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Radovan Svetlik

Radovan Svetlik is a Czech former professional tennis player. Svetlik, who reached a best ranking of 230 in the world, qualified for his only ATP Tour main draw at the 1999 Prague Open. He had qualifying wins over Petr Pala, Radomir Vasek and Tuo ...

Captain Nemo (disambiguation)

Captain Nemo is a fictional character in two novels by Jules Verne. Captain Nemo may also refer to: Captain Nemo comics, an Original English-language manga series Captain Nemo, a novel by Jan Matzal Troska Captain Nemo album, a 1968 album by The ...

Grandstand (disambiguation)

ABC Radio Grandstand, an Australian radio sports show Grandstand TV programme, a 1958–2007 British television sports programme GrandStand NFL on NBC pregame show, 1975–1976

Victor Sendin

Victor Sendin-Huelves is a Spanish former professional tennis player. Sendin, who turned professional in 1995, reached a career best ranking of 242 in the world. During his career he featured in the qualifying draws for both the French Open and W ...

Handball at the 1976 Summer Olympics – Mens tournament

The mens tournament was one of two handball tournaments at the 1976 Summer Olympics. It was the third appearance of a mens handball tournament as a medal event at the Olympic Games, after 1936 and 1972.

So It Goes

"So It Goes", by The Verve from A Northern Soul 1995 "So It Goes", by The Menzingers from Chamberlain Waits 2010 "So It Goes", by Mac Miller from Swimming 2018 "So It Goes" song, by Nick Lowe 1976 "So It Goes", by Corey Hart from Young Man Runnin ...

Anthony Griffin

Anthony or Tony Griffin may refer to: Tony Griffin born 1981, hurler Anthony Griffin Royal Navy officer 1920–1996, Controller of the Royal Navy Anthony J. Griffin 1866–1935, U.S. Representative from New York Anthony Griffin rugby league born 1966 ...

1976–77 West Midlands (Regional) League

The 1976–77 West Midlands League season was the 77th in the history of the West Midlands League, an English association football competition for semi-professional and amateur teams based in the West Midlands county, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Wor ...

Donald Hunt (sportswriter)

Donald Hunt is an American sportswriter for the Philadelphia Tribune. He became the first African-American sportswriter to enter the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame.

Stanford Cardinal mens basketball statistical leaders

The Stanford Cardinal mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Stanford Cardinal mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, and steals. Within t ...

English Volleyball League

The English Mens Volleyball League is the major volleyball national competition for men in England, established in 1977. It is organised by the English Volleyball Association.

Marcio Pepe

Marcio Pepe was born on January 26, 1979 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He began his tennis career as a junior in Brazil where he won several tournaments. He later moved to the United States, where he attended and played tennis at La Jolla High School. Pe ...

James Washington (disambiguation)

James Washington is a former American football safety for the UCLA Bruins and in the NFL. James Washington may also refer to: James Augustus Washington 1831–1911, Confederate colonel during the American Civil War James W. Washington Jr. 1908–2000 ...

Kenisha Pratt

Kenisha LaCarol Pratt was an American songwriter and vocal producer, known for her songwriting credits on songs by artists such as Brandy, Toni Braxton, TLC, Yahzarah, Burhan G and Hadise, and her brother K-Young.

Polecat (disambiguation)

The Polecats, a fictional gang in the 1995 video game Full Throttle Polecat band, a country/bluegrass/rock band from Bellingham, Washington, USA The Polecats, a 1980s British neo-rockabilly band Norwest Polecats, a Rugby League club playing out o ...

1980 Campionati Internazionali di Sicilia

The 1980 Campionati Internazionali di Sicilia, also known as the Palermo Grand Prix or the Sicilian Open, was a mens tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts in Palermo, Italy that was part of the 1980 Volvo Grand Prix. It was the second e ...

Jean-Marc Piacentile

Jean-Marc Piacentile is a French former professional tennis player. Piacentile, a right-handed player, competed on the professional tour in the 1980s, reaching a best singles ranking of 195 in the world. His best performance on the Grand Prix cir ...

WOS

WOS may refer to: Wilson Ornithological Society World of Sport Wrestling, a UK wrestling promotion and television series Windows on Snapdragon, an official port of Windows 10 OS that runs on ARM based Qualcomm Snapdragon SoCs, currently SD835 and ...

Melvin Hoover

Hoover was a member of the Arizona State Sun Devils for four seasons. He was the teams leading kick returner as a freshman and as a sophomore and was named Arizona States most improved player as a junior.

Pacific Tigers mens basketball statistical leaders

The Pacific Tigers mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Pacific Tigers mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, and steals. Within those a ...

Billy Mims

After one year at the Texas–Permian Basin Falcons, Mims was appointed head coach of the Florida Tech Panthers in June 2005. In 2018, Mims became the all-time winningest coach in Florida Tech history.

Extended play (disambiguation)

Extended play is an audio recording longer than a single, but shorter than an album. Extended Play may also refer to: The EP mode on DVD video recorders; see DVD recorder Extended Play film, a 1982 short film An SLP videocassette recording mode; ...

Las Vegas Grand Prix

Las Vegas Grand Prix may refer to several auto races held in the Las Vegas Valley: IZOD IndyCar World Championships, an IndyCar and Champ Car race held at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Stardust Grand Prix, a Can-Am event held at Stardust International ...

Bhim Award

The Bhim Award is highest sports honor given by government of Haryana, India, for extra ordinary achievement. The Bhim Award is to recognize the achievement of those sportspersons who have brought honors to the Haryana State in their games and sp ...

Magdalena Tjernberg

Magdalena Tjernberg in Gothenburg, is a Swedish former paras athlete who competed in swimming. Her twin sister, Gabriella Tjernberg, was also a parasailing athlete. She won four gold and one silver medal in the Summer Paralympics which was held i ...

PacWest

PacWest can refer to: PacWest Racing, Bruce McCaws Champ Car racing team in operation from 1993 to 2002 Pacific West Conference, an intercollegiate college athletic conference affiliated with NCAA Division II The Western Collegiate Athletic Assoc ...

Anglican Church of the Annunciation

The Anglican Church of the Annunciation is a historic church in Broome, Western Australia. Also known as the Pro Cathedral of the Annunciation and The Little White Church, the wood and corrugated iron structure was opened in 1903, and has been co ...

Chidambaram (disambiguation)

Rajagopala Chidambaram, a nuclear physicist M. Ct. M. Chidambaram Chettyar, founder of the Indian Overseas Bank C. T. Chidambaram, an Indian politician P. Chidambaram, an Indian politician and former Finance Minister of India M. A. Chidambaram, a ...

Trevor Smith

Trevor Smith footballer, born 1936 1936–2003, Birmingham City and England footballer Trevor Smith equestrian born 1959, Irish Olympic equestrian Trevor Smith cricketer born 1977, English cricketer Trevor Smith ice hockey born 1985, Canadian ice h ...

Wild Thing

"Wild Thing", a 1990 live-action Super Mario Bros. Super Show! episode Wild Things: Foursome, a 2010 film in the Wild Things series Wild Things film series Wild Thing film, a 1987 film directed by Max Reid Wild Things film, a 1998 film starring M ...

Bruce Klosterman

Bruce Donald Klosterman is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League. He played college football at South Dakota State.

Now You See Me, Now You Dont

Now You See Me, Now You Dont may refer to: Now You See Me, Now You Dont album, a 1982 album by Cliff Richard and title-track of the album "Now You See Me, Now You Dont", a 2013 episode in the fourth season of Pretty Little Liars "Now You See Me N ...

Wounded

Wounded play, 2005 stage play collaboratively developed by The Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble "The Wounded" Star Trek: The Next Generation, 1991 episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation Wounded 1977 film, Canadian film Wounded 2013 film, Spanish f ...

Henman (surname)

Henman is an English surname. It is either an occupational surname for a fowl-keeper, the first component in this case being hen, or a nickname for a noble, courteous man, the first part then from Middle English hende.

Honda Sport ATCs

Honda Sport ATCs, produced until 1987, were built specifically for performance in mind, designed for use in racing, for aggressive trail riding. The machines lack luggage racks and other utilitarian features, commonplace on most other ATCs or ATV ...

Tilting at windmills (disambiguation)

Tilting at windmills is an English idiom which means "attacking imaginary enemies", originating from Cervantes novel Don Quixote and from the romantic, ill-thought-out actions of the storys hero of the same name. Tilting at windmills may also ref ...

COVID-19 pandemic in Soccsksargen

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have spread to the Soccsksargen of the Philippines on March 17, 2020, when the first case of coronavirus disease 2019 was confirmed. The patient was confirmed in Cotabato City and was officially recorded as ...

COVID-19 pandemic in Caraga

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have spread to the Caraga region of the Philippines on April 6, 2020, when the first case of coronavirus disease 2019 was confirmed involving a resident of Butuan. The region was the last of the Philippines ...

COVID-19 pandemic in Eastern Visayas

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have spread to the Eastern Visayas, Philippines on March 23, 2020, when the first case of coronavirus disease 2019 was confirmed in Catarman, Northern Samar.

All or Nothing

All-or-nothing mechanism, in horology, a part of a repeater All-or-nothing transform, in cryptography, an encryption mode that allows the data to be understood only if all of it is known All or nothing option, in finance, a binary option, where t ...

Harold Wood (disambiguation)

Harold Wood is a suburban development in the London Borough of Havering. Harold Wood may also refer to: Landmarks in Harold Wood: Harold Wood railway station, a railway station at Harold Wood in the London Borough of Havering in east London Harol ...

1989–90 Murray State Racers mens basketball team

The 1989–90 Murray State Racers mens basketball team represented Murray State University during the 1989–90 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The Racers, led by head coach Steve Newton, played their home games at Racer Arena in Murray, Kent ...

Sitdown

Sitdown, Sit Down or sit-down may refer to the following: Sitdown, a type of powerbomb, a professional wrestling throw A meeting, terminology frequently used in mafia media, such as The Godfather franchise Sit-down hydrofoil, a water sport in whi ...

1991–92 Pepperdine Waves mens basketball team

The 1991–92 Pepperdine Waves mens basketball team represented Pepperdine University in the 1991–92 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The team was led by head coach Tom Asbury. The Waves played their home games at the Firestone Fieldhouse an ...

Rafael Souza

Rafael Souza or Rafael Sousa may refer to: Rafa Sousa born 1988, Portuguese footballer Rafael de Souza futsal in 2014 AFC Futsal Club Championship Rafael de Souza basketball born 1988, basketball player in Brazil national basketball team Rafael A ...

Sukkur (disambiguation)

Sukkur Taluka, a tehsil of Sukkur district Sukkur District, a district of Sindfh, Pakistan Sukkur Division, an administrative unit of Sindh, Pakistan Sukkur Barrage, a barrage in Pakistan

Chris Newman

Chris Newman may refer to: Chris Newman guitarist born 1952, British guitarist and songwriter Chris Newman sound engineer born 1940, Academy Award winning sound mixer and director Chris Newman field hockey born 1990, British field hockey player C ...

Steve Cook (disambiguation)

Steve Cook is an English footballer. Steve Cook, Steven Cook or Steve Cooke may also refer to: Steve Cook bowler born 1957, American ten-pin bowler Steve Cooke born 1970, American baseball player Steven A. Cook, American foreign policy writer Ste ...

Sam Bassetti

Samuel "Sam" Bassetti is an American cyclist, who currently rides for UCI Continental team Elevate–Webiplex Pro Cycling.

1991 British Formula 3000 Championship

The 1991 British Formula 3000 Championship was the third season of the British Formula 3000 Championship. The series was won posthumously by Paul Warwick, driving for Mansell Madgwick Motorsport. He was tragically killed in an accident at Oulton ...