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Klippies Kritzinger

As a schoolboy Kritzinger represented the Free State at the 1967 Craven Week tournament. He made his provincial debut for Natal in 1971 and also played provincial rugby for Transvaal, the Free State, Northern Free State and Western Transvaal. Kri ...

2023 Rugby World Cup qualifying

The qualification process for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France began during the pool stages of the 2019 tournament in Japan, during which the top three teams from each of the four pools were awarded automatic qualification for the 2023 event. A ...

Neuchatel Hockey Academy

Neuchatel Hockey Academy is a Swiss ice hockey club. They have played in the SWHL A, the top flight of womens hockey in Switzerland, since 2011. They are the only Romand club in the SWHL A.

Johnson Stadium

Johnson Stadium may refer to Charlie W. Johnson Stadium, Columbia, South Carolina, primarily used for American football, and the home field of Benedict College Johnson Hagood Stadium, football stadium in Charleston, South Carolina, the home field ...

Vilhelm Forsbrand

Forsbrand grew up playing golf at the 9-hole course at small Uddeholm Golf Club in Varmland, Sweden. By age 6 he competed in the unofficial National Youth Championship, Colgate Cup, at the 10-years age category and in 1980 he won the same competi ...

Cody Law

Cody Law is an American amateur mixed martial artist and graduated collegiate wrestler currently competing in the lightweight division. As a folkstyle wrestler, he is an NCAA Division II champion and two-time DII All-American out of University of ...

Prestige International Aranmare Akita

The Prestige International Aranmare Akita are a womens basketball team based in Akita, Akita that will play in the Womens Japan Basketball League.Aranmare also has a volleyball team in Sakata, Shonai, and a handball team in Imizu, Toyama.

Emma Cabrera-Bello

Emma Cabrera-Bello is a Spanish professional golfer. She played on the Ladies European Tour and was runner-up at the Open de España Femenino.

Blue Crab 11

The Blue Crab 11, also called the Gloucester 11, is an American utility dinghy that can be rowed, used as a motorboat or as a sailing dinghy. It was designed by Harry R. Sindle and first built in 1971. The design is named for the family of crusta ...

Richard Mann

Richard Mann may refer to: Rick Mann voice actor in WeiS Kreuz Richie Mann born 1954, Canadian politician Richard Mann biologist, see Larry Sandler Memorial Award Richard Mann diplomat, see List of Ambassadors of New Zealand Rick Mann musician in ...

Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow

Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a fullback and wing for the North Queensland Cowboys in the National Rugby League.

Icelandic Womens Basketball League Cup

The Icelandic Womens Basketball League Cup is basketball competition between clubs in Iceland run by the Icelandic Basketball Association.

3x3 basketball at the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

3x3 basketball was featured in the Asian Indoor Games and the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games official programme in 2009, and since 2017. The inaugural staging of 3x3 basketball was seen in 2007, as a demonstration sport. The programme includ ...

Elm Park (disambiguation)

Elm Park tube station, on the District Line Elm Park in the London Borough of Havering Elm Park, a notorious housing estate located close to the University of Limerick in Castletroy, County Limerick, Ireland Elm Park School in Winterbourne, Glouc ...

Zoubir Zouraghi Stadium

Dean of the Algiers League, FC Blida was founded in 1904 ten years after the first Oran clubs. The club took advantage of this precedence to dominate Algerian football in the 1920s, winning 5 Algiers Leagues and two AFN championships. In 1924, th ...

Yeasin Arafat (footballer)

Yeasin Arafat is a Bangladeshi footballer who plays as a left back. He currently plays for Saif SC and Bangladesh national under-23 team. He also captains Bangladesh national under-19 team. He is known in his country for offensive mentality & skills.

Jovo Lukic

Jovo Lukic is a Bosnian professional footballer who plays as a centre-forward for Bosnian Premier League club Borac Banja Luka and the Bosnia and Herzegovina U21 national team. He started his professional career at Sloga Doboj, before joining Kru ...

Miltiades (disambiguation)

Miltiades the Younger was tyrant of the Thracian Chersonese and the Athenian commanding general in the Battle of Marathon. Miltiades may also refer to:

Wendy Pineda

Wendy Omara Pineda Valdez is a Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a forward. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

Daniela Mendez

Daniela Martin Mendez Vasconcelos is a Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a defender. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

Gladys Suriano

Gladys Jeannette Suriano Palacios is a Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a midfielder. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

Andino (surname)

Andino is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Kolohe Andino born 1994, American surfer Mariela Andino born 1992, Dominican team handball player Roberto Andino born 1956, Puerto Rican boxer Lauren Andino born 1986, American artist, ...

Clinch

Clinch may refer to: Clinch & Co Brewery, an English brewery founded in 1811 Clinch County, Georgia, USA Clinch & Co Brewery Isle of Man Clinching metalworking Clinch fighting or the clinch, a grappling position in boxing or wrestling, a stand-up ...

Kobi (given name)

Kobi is a given name. Notable people with the name include: Kobi Oz born 1969, lead singer of the Israeli group Teapacks Kobi Refua born 1974, Israeli footballer Kobi Kuhn born 1943, Swiss footballer Kobi Baladev born 1965, Israeli footballer Kob ...

Kim Ju-gong

Kim Ju-gong is a South Korean football forward, who plays for Gwangju FC in the K League 1, South Koreas top-tier professional football league.

Kamila Zaripova

Kamila Zaripova is an Uzbekistani footballer who plays as a midfielder for Womens Championship club AGMK and the Uzbekistan womens national team.

Azzedine Dkidak

Azzedine Dkidak is a Moroccan-Dutch footballer who plays as a left-back for FC Den Bosch. Born in the Netherlands, Dkidak represents Morocco internationally.

Myint Aye (footballer)

Myint Aye is a Burmese footballer who plays as a defender. She has been a member of the Myanmar womens national team.

May Khin Ya Min

May Khin Ya Min is a Burmese footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. She has been a member of the Myanmar womens national team.

Brustad

Brustad is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Georg Brustad 1892–1932, Norwegian gymnast Eline Gleditsch Brustad born 1994, Norwegian racing cyclist Arne Brustad 1912–1987, Norwegian footballer Bjarne Brustad 1895–1978, Norwegian ...

Christina de los Reyes

De los Reyes played for the UP Lady Booters of the University of the Philippines Diliman. The team participates in the UAAP and the PFF Womens League. She helped UP reach the UAAP finals twice. UP lost to Far Eastern University in the UAAP Season ...

Suliman Sofyani

Sofyani began his career at youth Al-Shabab. left Al-Shabab and signed with Al-Kawkab on July 3, 2013. left Al-Kawkab and signed with Al-Mujazzal on May 30, 2014. left Al-Mujazzal and signed with Al-Faisaly on June 8, 2015. left Al-Faisaly and si ...

2020 AIFF Futsal Club Championship

The 2020 AIFF Futsal Club Championship is the 1st edition of the AIFF Futsal Club Championship, an annual international futsal club tournament in India organised by the All India Football Federation. It will be held at Shillong and will be organi ...

Lincoln City F.C. Women

Lincoln City Women FC is an English womens football club affiliated with Lincoln City FC. The club play in the FA Womens National League Division One Midlands.

Madalin

Madalin is a Romanian male given name that may refer to: Madalin Stancu born 1992, Romanian footballer Madalin Martin born 1992, Romanian footballer Madalin Voicu born 1952, Romanian musician and politician Madalin Staicu born 1990, Romanian foot ...

Maying

Maying may refer to: Maying, celebration of May Day, as in "Now Is the Month of Maying" Ma Ying, also known as WIND, an elite Chinese Canadian Marathon runners group based in Great Vancouver Area, British Columbia, Canada. Founder is Mr. Wen, Tian.

Soren Stærmose

Millennium, 2010 The Girl in the Spiders Web, 2018 The Man on the Balcony, executive, 1993 Murder at the Savoy, 1993 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, 2011 Capricciosa, 2003 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, 2009 The Fire Engine That Disappeared, e ...

Raymond Kipkoech

Raymond Kipkoech is a Kenyan marathon runner who won the 2002 Berlin Marathon. He also won the 2004 Venice Marathon, the 2005 Xiamen International Marathon, and the 2011 Jerusalem Marathon.

Aleksandr Vasilyev

Aleksandr Vasilyev may refer to: Aleksandr Borisovich Vasilyev born 1990, Russian footballer with FC Mordovia Saransk Aleksandr Nikolayevich Vasilyev footballer, born 1980, Russian footballer with FC Luch-Energiya Vladivostok Aleksandr Vasilyev r ...

Lycian

Lycian may refer to: Lycians, people who lived in Lycia; Lycian Way, a hiking trail in southwestern Turkey; the Milyan language, formerly known as Lycian B or, sometimes, Lycian 2 ; Lycian Apollo, a type of ancient Greek statuary; extinct languag ...

Mariam Mamdouh Farid

Mariam Mamdouh Farid is a Qatari athlete. She represented her country at the 17th World Athletics Championship held in Doha in 2019, where she ran in the Womens 400 metres hurdles. She came last in her heat with a time of 1m 09.49s, her personal ...

NCAA Track and Field Championship

NCAA Track and Field Championship may refer to: In the United States: NCAA Mens Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships NCAA Mens Outdoor Track and Field Championship NCAA Mens Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships NCAA Mens ...

Bessie Starkman

Bessie Starkman was a Polish-born organized crime figure in Ontario, Canada, in the early 20th century. Starkman and her common-law husband Rocco Perri, one of the most prominent Prohibition-era crime figures in Canada, began a business in bootle ...

Dail Soccer Field

The Dail Soccer Field is the on-campus soccer stadium at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. The 3.000-seat stadium was built in 2008. The current tenants are the NC State Wolfpack mens & womens soccer teams. The opening o ...

WAFL

West Australian Football League, an Australian rules football league in Western Australia Womens American Football League, a womens American football league Wellington Australian Football League, an Australian rules football competition in Wellin ...

Football in New South Wales

There are numerous codes of football in New South Wales, Australia: The code most commonly referred to as football in New South Wales is rugby league, other codes are also known as football on a national and international basis. For Australian ru ...

1983–84 Hellenic Football League

The Premier Division featured 14 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with three new clubs: Rayners Lane, promoted from Division One Avon Bradford Supermarine, promoted from Division One

1985–86 Hellenic Football League

The Premier Division featured 16 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with two new clubs, promoted from Division One: Yate Town Pegasus Juniors

1984–85 Hellenic Football League

The Premier Division featured 14 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with four new clubs: Morris Motors, promoted from Division One Sharpness, joined from the Gloucestershire County League Hounslow, relegated from the Southern ...

1986–87 Hellenic Football League

The Premier Division featured 16 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with two new clubs, promoted from Division One: Viking Sports Penhill