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UniSport

UniSport is the national body of university sports in Australia. They are responsible for the Australian team at the International University Sports Federation events.

                                               

Joelle Wedemeyer

Marie-Joelle Wedemeyer is a German footballer currently under contract at Bundesliga club Wolfsburg. Wedemeyer made her debut for U-17 national side in a 7-0 victory over Ukraine in Brussels on the 7th of April 2014. With the Germany U20 team, sh ...

                                               

Jackie Snyman

A product of Grey College in Bloemfontein, Snyman attended Stellenbosch University for a degree in physical education. He made his provincial debut for the Free State in 1972 and during September to November of 1972, Snyman toured with the Gazell ...

                                               

James Waite (footballer, born 1999)

Waite progressed through the youth ranks at Cardiff City and in February 2017 was rewarded with his first professional contract alongside teammates Connor Young and Cameron Coxe. In January 2019 he joined Hereford on a loan deal until the end of ...

                                               

Heikki Elomaa

Heikki Elomaa is a Finnish former sailor, who specialized in the two-person dinghy class. Together with his partner Niklas Lindgren, he was named one of the countrys top sailors in the double-handed dinghy for the 2008 Summer Olympics, finishing ...

                                               

2018–19 Paris Saint-Germain Feminine season

The 2018–19 season is Paris Saint-Germain Feminine s 48th season since its creation in 1971, and its 32nd season in the top-flight of womens football in France.

                                               

Masterton East

Masterton East is a suburb of Masterton, a town on New Zealands North Island. It is a low socio-economic area with social housing, with about 15% of Mastertons population. About 30% of the population are Māori, primarily belonging to Rangitāne an ...

                                               

Super Rugby Aotearoa

Super Rugby Aotearoa is a domestic club rugby union tournament organised by New Zealand Rugby. It is a 10-week, round robin tournament being played between the five New Zealand-based teams of Super Rugby. The competition supplants the 2020 Super ...

                                               

2020–21 Campeonato de Portugal

The 2020–21 Campeonato de Portugal is the eighth season of Portuguese footballs renovated third-tier league, since the merging of the Second and Third Divisions in 2013, and the sixth season under the current Campeonato de Portugal title. A total ...

                                               

2020–21 LigaPro

The 2020–21 LigaPro was the 31st season of Portuguese footballs second-tier league, and the second season under the current LigaPro title. A total of 18 teams compete in this division, including 2 reserve sides from Primeira Liga teams.

                                               

Holly Grove Christian School

Holly Grove Christian School is a Christian private school located in Westover, Somerset County, Maryland. The school was established in 1976 by Holly Grove Mennonite Church.

                                               

2020–21 Bolton Wanderers F.C. season

The 2020–21 season will be Bolton Wandererss first season in the fourth tier of English football since 1988, and only their second overall, following their relegation from EFL League One. It will cover the period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021.

                                               

2020–21 Aberdeen F.C. season

The 2020–21 Aberdeen F.C. season will be Aberdeens 107th season in the top flight of Scottish football and the eighth in the Scottish Premiership. Aberdeen will also compete in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup. Aberdeen will also compete in qu ...

                                               

Norman MacLachlan

Norman MacLachlan was an English first-class cricketer and educator. The son of Thomas MacLachlan, he was born at Darlington in October 1858. He was educated near Edinburgh at the Loretto School, before going up to Keble College, Oxford. He playe ...

                                               

Paul King

Paul King novelist 1931–2014, pseudonym of American writer Donald Moffitt Paul King Mungo Jerry born 1948, British singer and guitarist with pop group Mungo Jerry Paul King VJ born 1960, Irish-born English singer and VJ Paul King chief executive ...

                                               

Sochi (disambiguation)

Sochi is a city in Krasnodar Krai, Russia. Sochi may also refer to: Sochi International Airport, an airport in Sochi, Russia Sochi railway station, a railway station in Krasnodar Krai, Russia HC Sochi, an ice hockey team based in Sochi, Russia Po ...

                                               

Myerscough Basketball Academy

After 18 months of preparation, the academy was launched in 2013 by coach Neal Hopkins, attracting twenty four players in its first cohort. In its inaugural season the club would compete in the Elite Academy Basketball League and partnered with B ...

                                               

Ana Paula Borgo

Ana Paula Borgo 20 October 1993) is a Brazilian indoor volleyball player. She is a current member of the Brazil womens national volleyball team. She participated at the 2015 FIVB Volleyball Womens U23 World Championship. and 2019 FIVB Volleyball ...

                                               

Linnea Svensson

Linnea Johanna Svensson is a Swedish footballer who plays as a defender for Brondby IF in the Danish Elitedivisionen and the UEFA Womens Champions League. She has also played for the Swedish youth national teams, several times.

                                               

Kvinde 1. division

There are 16 teams competing the 1st Division, divided into two groups of eight teams. The are divided into an East group and a West group, every season. The teams is divided from which location in the country, they are from. The two highest rank ...

                                               

Rikke Dybdahl

Rikke Dybdahl is a Danish footballer who plays as a forward for FC Thy-Thisted Q and for the Denmark womens national under-23 football team.

                                               

Kyra Carusa

Kyra Carusa is an American-born Irish international footballer who plays as a defender for HB Koge in the Danish Kvinde 1. division and the Republic of Ireland national football team.

                                               

Gary Stevens

Gary Stevens may refer to: Gary Stevens jockey born 1963, American jockey Gary Stevens politician born 1941, Alaska State Senator Gary Stevens Australian rules footballer born 1972, former Sydney Swans player Gary Stevens footballer, born 1954 En ...

                                               

Anthony Hughes

Anthony Hughes may refer to: Anthony Hughes pianist 1928–2007, Irish pianist and university professor Anthony Hughes footballer born 1973, English professional footballer Anthony Hughes, Lord Hughes of Ombersley born 1948, British judge As Tony H ...

                                               

ARFC

ARFC may refer to: In association football soccer: Albert Rovers F.C. Arniston Rangers F.C. Adamstown Rosebuds FC Albion Rovers F.C. Ards Rangers F.C. Athersley Recreation F.C. Albion Rovers F.C. Newport In rugby union: Abercarn RFC Aberdare RFC ...

                                               

Jonathan Harvey (cricketer)

Jonathan Robert William Harvey is a former English first-class cricketer who played for Cambridge University from 1963 to 1965. Jonathan Harvey attended Marlborough College, where he captained the First XI, before going up to Christ’s College, Ca ...

                                               

Willie Miller (footballer, born 1895)

Born in Glasgow, Miller joined Hibernian from Junior team Cambuslang Rangers, where he likely took an active role in the clubs consecutive Glasgow Junior Football League wins in the 1914–15 and 1915–16 seasons before moving up to senior level. In ...

                                               

Will Ryan (basketball)

Ryan is a native of Platteville, Wisconsin. He began his college basketball career at Wisconsin–Platteville. He helped the team win two Division III championships in 1998 and 1999. Ryan transferred to Milwaukee and played his senior season under ...

                                               

Neilson Golden Bear

The Golden Bear was a high wing aircraft built around a welded steel tube structure which incorporated chrome-molybdenum alloys where stresses were high. The two spar wing was rectangular in plan and braced to the lower fuselage longerons with pa ...

                                               

Frederick Simpson

Frederick Simpson may refer to: Frederick Simpson boxer 1916–1975, British boxer who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics Fred Simpson politician 1886–1939, British Labour Party politician, MP for Ashton-under-Lyne 1935–1939 Freddy Simpson 1883–? ...

                                               

Saugus (disambiguation)

Saugus, California, a fictional city in the TV series 24

                                               

Stirrup (disambiguation)

A stirrup is a metal loop supporting the foot, fastened to a saddle on a riding animal. Stirrup may also refer to: the braces supporting the lithotomy position utilised in medical examinations such as a pelvic exam Baseball stirrups, a type of so ...

                                               

Alex Morales Motorsports

Alex Morales Motorsports was a racing team active in sprint cars and Indycars for several decades. The sprint car team won multiple championships between the 1950s and 1990s while their Indycar team was active from 1975 to 1989, winning three rac ...

                                               

Fred Jonas

Fred Jonas is a former American football coach. He served as head football coach at Texas A&I University - now known as Texas A&M University–Kingsville - from 1977 to 1978, compiling a record of 14–6–1. Jonas was an assistant at Texas A&a ...

                                               

Nesta Obermer

Nesta Obermer OBE, was a British philanthropist, playwright and artist. Born in Norfolk, she began writing as a child when illness forced her to be confined for a lengthy period. Travelling often, as a diplomats daughter she began writing article ...

                                               

National Emergencies Trust

The National Emergencies Trust is a UK domestic charity launched in 2019 to collaborate with other UK charities during times of disaster. Launched on 7 November 2019, it serves as an equivalent organisation to the Disasters Emergency Committee in ...

                                               

George McCallum

George McCallum is a Scottish former footballer who played for Third Lanark as a centre half. In his short career, which only began at senior level after he undertook his National Service, he showed sufficient promise to be selected for a trial m ...

                                               

Buxton Racecourse

Buxton Racecourse was a horse racing track in the 19th century on Fairfield Common near Buxton in Derbyshire, England. In 1804 an earlier racecourse field was recorded at Heathfield Nook, on the other side of Buxton town. Fairfield Common was est ...

                                               

Nadia, Butterfly

Nadia, Butterfly is a Canadian drama film, directed by Pascal Plante and slated for upcoming release. The film stars Katerine Savard as Nadia, an Olympic swimmer struggling to redefine her life after retiring from the sport. Its cast also include ...

                                               

Winnie Baldwin

Winnie Baldwin was born in Kentucky on April 7, 1894. In 1913, Baldwin was described as having "a sort of Howard Chandler Christy girl plus vaudeville sprightliness, the delightful American type we fall for every time." Baldwin and her first husb ...

                                               

Yutmila Galindo

Yutmila Galindo Rodriguez is a Cuban retired footballer who played as a defender. She has been a member of the Cuba womens national team.

                                               

Northwestern European Americans

Northwestern European Americans are Americans of Northwestern European ancestry. Northwestern European American people can usually trace back full or partial heritage to: Britain, Ireland, Northern Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, the Netherland ...

                                               

Ranfis Encarnacion

Ranfis Javier Encarnacion is a Dominican professional boxer who held the WBA Fedebol featherweight title in 2019. As of May 2020, he is ranked as the worlds seventh-best active featherweight by the IBF.

                                               

Mali at the 2003 All-Africa Games

Mali competed in the 2003 All-Africa Games held at the National Stadium in the city of Abuja, Nigeria. The country’s team won six medals and came joint twenty-third in the medal table. The country competed in the first women’s football tournament ...

                                               

Buzzsaw (disambiguation)

Buzzsaw is a common alternative name for a circular saw. Buzzsaw can also refer to: A YouTube show hosted by Sean Stone. BuzzSaw, a former gold-based active rock channel of Sirius Satellite Radio One of the "stalkers" from the movie The Running M ...

                                               

Gary Pick

Gary Mark Pick is an English former professional footballer who played in the Football League for Cambridge United and Hereford United.

                                               

Payton Smith

The eldest of four boys, Payton Smith was born in Beaumont, Texas and raised in Houma, Louisiana. He cites growing up so close to New Orleans and its music scene and his mothers love of 90s country music as key influences on his songwriting style ...

                                               

Yoo Hye-ri

Yoo Hye-ri is a South Korean actress and model. She is known for her roles in dramas such as Golden Pouch, Sweet Home, Sweet Honey and Youre Only Mine.

                                               

Oral Roberts Golden Eagles mens basketball statistical leaders

The Oral Roberts Golden Eagles mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, an ...

                                               

Joe Coleman

Joe Coleman may refer to: Joseph E. Coleman 1922–2000, American politician Joe Coleman baseball, born 1922 1922–1997, American Major League Baseball pitcher Joe Coleman painter born 1955, American painter and illustrator Joe Coleman game designer ...