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South Carolina Gamecocks mens basketball statistical leaders

The South Carolina Gamecocks mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the South Carolina Gamecocks mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, and st ...

Thames Valley Cavaliers

The Thames Valley Cavaliers are a semi-professional basketball club, based in the Uxbridge area of West London, England. The Cavaliers, formed in 2011, compete in National Basketball League Division 1 and play their home games at Uxbridge College.

Kristinn Palsson

Kristinn Palsson is an Icelandic basketball player who plays for Grindavik of the urvalsdeild karla and the Icelandic national team.

Einaras Tubutis

Einaras Tubutis is a Lithuanian professional basketball player for Rytas Vilnius of the Lithuanian Basketball League. Standing 2.07 m, he plays Power Forward position. He has competed with the Lithuanian junior national teams on multiple occasions.

Handsome Tigers

A real basketball entertainment program that surrounds former basketball legend Seo Jang-hoon, where celebrities who love basketball are recruited to form a basketball team. The team gets trained by Seo and then eventually participates in a tourn ...

2019–20 Mohammedan Sporting Club (Dhaka) Season

The 2019–20 season is Mohammedans competitive season. They have not been relegated since the competition started in 2007. This season also remarks their 11th consecutive seasons in top-flight since professional competition formed on 2007.

2019–20 Major Arena Soccer League season

The 2019–20 Major Arena Soccer League season is the twelfth season for the league. The league adopted a new format during the offseason, merging the 4 divisions into 2 conferences and eliminating the divisional format. On 12 March 2020, the leagu ...

2020 AFL Womens Rising Star

The 2020 NAB AFL Womens Rising Star award was presented to the player adjudged the best young player during the 2020 AFL Womens season. Isabel Huntington of the Western Bulldogs won the award with 33 votes.

1948–49 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball team

The 1948–49 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers mens basketball team represented Western Kentucky State College during the 1948-49 NCAA University Division Basketball season. The Hilltoppers were led by future Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame c ...

Tomas Jack-Kurdyla

Tomas Jack-Kurdyla is a professional Canadian football offensive guard. He was drafted fourth overall in the 2020 CFL Draft by the Edmonton Eskimos who currently own his playing rights in the Canadian Football League.

1890 Franklin & Marshall football team

The 1890 Franklin & Marshall football team was an American football team that represented Franklin & Marshall College during the 1890 college football season. The team compiled an 8–2 record. Its eight victories included games against Penn State ...

Fucker Shot Me

Fucker Shot Me is the seventh episode of the eighth season of the American television drama series Homeland, and the 91st episode overall. It premiered on Showtime on March 22, 2020.

Peggy Siegal

Peggy Siegal is an American entertainment publicist who works to advertise new film releases to an audience of media providers and critics. She owns the Peggy Siegal Company, based in Manhattan, which was described as one of the top 12 media mark ...

Ice Breaker (roller coaster)

Ice Breaker is an upcoming steel roller coaster located at SeaWorld Orlando in Orlando, Florida. Manufactured by Premier Rides, Ice Breaker will reach a maximum height of 90 feet with a maximum speed of 52 miles per hour and a total track length ...

The Gang Solves the Gas Crisis

The Gang Solves The Gas Crisis is the second episode in the fourth season of the FX sitcom Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia. The episode was written by Charlie Day, Sonny Lee, and Patrick Walsh, and directed by Matt Shakman. In the episode, Mac, ...

2014 Derby City Classic

The 2014 Derby City Classic was a professional pool tournament and the 16th Edition of the Derby City Classic. It took place from January 24 to February 1, 2014 in Horseshoe Southern Indiana in Elizabeth, Indiana. Competitions were held in the di ...

Queen of Mean (disambiguation)

Queen of Mean is the nickname of American businesswoman and real estate entrepreneur Leona Helmsley. Other people nicknamed Queen of Mean: Lisa Lampanelli born 1961, American comedian Anne Robinson born 1944, British presenter and game show host ...

1942–43 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball team

The 1942–43 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers mens basketball team represented Western Kentucky State Normal School and Teachers College during the 1942-43 NCAA basketball season. The team was led by future Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame co ...

Masters W90 marathon world record progression

Masters W90 marathon world record progression is the progression of world record improvements of the marathon W90 division of Masters athletics. Records must be set in properly conducted, official competitions under the standing IAAF rules unless ...

P80

P80, P.80 or P-80 may refer to: Nikon Coolpix P80, digital camera Portland TRACON, whose FAA identifier is P80 P80, a State Regional Road in Latvia P80, subunit of the protein Katanin P80, a variant of the Glock 17 used by the Austrian military a ...

Exos

Exos may refer to: EXOS, an athletics company In medicine, exos is short for the exosome complex Lotus Exos, see Lotus Cars In video games, exos means powered exoskeletons

Viking One

Viking One, Viking 1, Viking I, or variant, may refer to: Vickers Viking I, the name of the first production aircraft of the WW1 amphibious plane Vickers Viking Viking 1 1975-1982 NASA space probe to Mars Vikings episode 1 "Rites of Passage", see ...

Joel Roosebrouck

After a rookie period at Bias, he joined Villeneuve-sur-Lot, where he played for a great part of his career before ending it playing for Trentels. His spell at Villeneuve was marked by a French Championship title in 1980. His club performances ma ...

Salad bowl (disambiguation)

A salad bowl is a serving dish for salad. It can also refer to: A bowl of salad Salad Bowl strike, a series of strikes, mass pickets, boycotts and secondary boycotts in 1970, led by Cesar Chavez and United Farm Workers, that led to the largest fa ...

Metallic B.O.

Metallic B.O. is a compilation album by American band the Long Ryders, released in 1989. It was assembled after the Long Ryders disbanded in 1987 by their fan club as an authorized C90 audio cassette release. It contains previously unreleased liv ...

Uganda at the 2003 All-Africa Games

Uganda competed in the 2003 All-Africa Games which took place at the National Stadium in the city of Abuja, Nigeria. Uganda sent a substantial delegation and entered thirty three events, some, like the women’s 100 and 200 metres, with more than o ...

2000 New York City Marathon

The 2000 New York City Marathon was the 31st running of the annual marathon race in New York City, United States, which took place on Sunday, November 5. The mens elite race was won by Moroccos Abdelkader El Mouaziz in a time of 2:10:09 hours whi ...

DAMAC

DAMAC Properties, a property development company Damac F.C., a Saudi Arabian professional sports club based in Khamis Mushait city DAMAC Maison Hotels & Resorts, the hospitality division of DAMAC Properties

Mackey

Mackey, Indiana, United States, a town Mackey, a community in the municipality and incorporated township of Head, Clara and Maria, Ontario, Canada Mackey, Iowa, an unincorporated community Mackey Rock, Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica

Zalgiris

Zalgiris is a translation of the German word Grunwald and can refer to: Zalgiris Stadium Klaipeda, a multi-purpose stadium in Klaipeda FK Zalgiris Vilnius, a soccer team from Vilnius, Lithuania FK Zalgiris Kaunas, a soccer team from Kaunas, Lithu ...

Pabellon

Pabellon or Pabellon may refer to: Places: Pabellon Island, the southernmost of two islands in the Melchior Islands, Palmer Archipelago Pabellon de Arteaga, city in the Mexican state of Aguascalientes Pabellon de Arteaga municipality, municipalit ...

Fitzy

Fitzy may refer to: Fitzpatrick Stadium, a 6.000 seat multi-purpose outdoor stadium in Portland, Maine Daniel Fitzgerald Neighbours, fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours Simon Fitzgerald Home and Away, fictional character ...

Hodges

Hodges House Carrollton, Illinois Hodges House Bismarck, Arkansas Hodges House Taunton, Massachusetts

Stratton

Stratton Centreville, Maryland Stratton, Vermont Stratton, Maine Stratton Mountain Vermont, a ski area in Vermont Stratton Mountain Resort Stratton, Nebraska Stratton, California, original name of Cuyamaca, California, was also the former name of ...

Wolf Creek

Wolf Creek Timiskaming District, a stream in Ontario Wolf Creek Research Basin, Yukon River Basin, northwestern Canada

Palmar

Palmar aponeurosis, deep fascia connecting and within the muscles of the palm Palmar branch of the median nerve, a branch of the median nerve that arises at the lower part of the forearm. Palmar carpal branch of radial artery, a small blood vesse ...

Chernomorets (disambiguation)

FC Chernomorets Novorossiysk, a Russian football club BC Chernomorets, a Bulgarian basketball club PFC Chernomorets Burgas Sofia, a Bulgarian football club FC Chernomorets Byala, a Bulgarian football club FC Chernomorets Burgas, a Bulgarian footb ...

Parkside

Parkside, Cambridge, one of the streets that bounds Parkers Piece Parkside, Hunslet, a former rugby league stadium in Hunslet, Leeds Parkside, Shotts, a football ground in Shotts Parkside, County Durham, a community Parkside, Barrow-in-Furness, a ...

Evander Holyfield vs. Ossie Ocasio

In Evander Holyfields previous fight, he had defeated Rickey Parkey by third round technical knockout to add the IBF cruiserweight title to the WBA version he had captured the previous year. On the undercard of the fight former WBA cruiserweight ...

Faiyum (disambiguation)

Faiyum or Fayoum or Fayyum may refer to: Faiyum Governorate, one of the governorates of Egypt. Faiyum Oasis, in the Faiyum region in Egypt. Faiyum University FU, Egyptian public university in Faiyum Faiyum, a city in the Faiyum Oasis in Middle Eg ...

Caulfield

Caulfield, Victoria, suburb in Melbourne, Australia Castlecaulfield, a village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland Electoral district of Caulfield, a state electoral district in Victoria, Australia Caulfield, Missouri, a community in Missouri Cast ...

Soldier Field (disambiguation)

Soldier Field is a multi-purpose stadium in Chicago which opened in 1924. Soldier Field, Soldiers Field, or Soldiers Field may also refer to: Joseph J. ODonnell Field, formerly known as Soldiers Field, Harvard Universitys home baseball venue in B ...

Unilever Gloucester

Unilever Gloucester is a large food manufacturing site in the north-east of Gloucester, that produces all of the makes of Unilever ice cream for the UK.

Arga-Tas

The Arga-Tas is a mountain range in far North-eastern Russia. Administratively it is part of the Sakha Republic, Russian Federation. The range extends along the southwestern part of the Upper Kolyma District. The village of Utaya, administrative ...

Adolfo Suarez Stadium

The Adolfo Suarez Stadium is a football stadium located in the city of Avila, Spain. Owned by the Ayuntamiento de Avila, Real Avila CF plays its home fixtures at the stadium. It has a capacity of 6.000.

Nuova Valascia

The Nuova Valascia is an ice hockey arena under construction in Ambrì, Ticino, Switzerland. It is located only a few feet away from the former Valascia. The opening is planned for August 2021. The arena will serve as the home for HC Ambrì-Piotta ...

Gungoren (disambiguation)

Gungoren, a district of Istanbul Province, Turkey Gungoren, Arhavi, a village in Arhavi disytict of Artvin Province, Turkey Gungoren, Anamur, a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey former Teniste Gungoren, Midyat, a village in Mi ...

North Harbour

North Harbour or North Harbor may refer to: North Harbour, Sydney, an inlet off Port Jackson extending into Manly Cove North Harbour, Nova Scotia, a small community in Nova Scotia, Canada North Harbour Stadium, a sports stadium in Auckland, New Z ...

Woodbine

Woodbine may refer to: USCGC Woodbine WLB-289, a buoy tender of the United States Coast Guard Woodbine plant, a common name for several plants Woodbine cigarette, a cigarette brand

Futurity Stakes

Futurity Stakes are a type of horse race and may specifically refer to: Futurity Stakes MRC, a horse race held at Caulfield Racecourse in Australia by the Melbourne Racing Club Los Alamitos Futurity, a horse race held at Los Alamitos Racetrack in ...