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ⓘ 2002 in go

  • Let Go may refer to: Let Go band an American rock band Let Go Avril Lavigne album 2002 Let Go Bonnie Pink album 2000 Let Go Brother Phelps album
  • A Go Go is the fourth album of J - ska band Potshot. The album was released in the United States by Asian Man Records in 2002 Potshot Go 2: 23 Not Alone
  • a Beautiful Reel. B z Live - Gym 2002 Green Go Fight Win is the fifth live VHS DVD released by Japanese rock duo B z. It features live footage of the Green
  • I - GO was a Chicago - based car sharing organization owned by Enterprise Holdings. I - GO was established in 2002 by the Center for Neighborhood Technology
  • Entertainment in Europe in 2002 Go Go Golf offers three 18 hole courses across various landscapes - the desert, mountains and woods. IGN: Go Go Golf IGN
  • A Japanese census on Go players performed in 2002 estimates that over 24 million people worldwide play Go most of whom live in Asia. Most of the players
  • all time, and 273 in a 2012 revised list. Going to a Go - Go was reissued on CD in 2002 coupled with the Miracles Away We a Go - Go Robinson wrote or
  • Go - go boots are a low - heeled style of women s fashion boot first introduced in the mid - 1960s. The original go - go boots, as defined by Andre Courreges in
  • OK Go is an American rock band originally from Chicago, Illinois, now based in Los Angeles, California. The band is composed of Damian Kulash lead vocals
  • title track from the album above Days Go By Not by Choice song 2002 Days Go By High Contrast song As Days Go By song used as the main theme for
                                     

26th Kisei

Key: Green – Winner of group, earns a spot in the challenger final. Red – Eliminated from automatic berth, must qualify through preliminary stages. Blue – Earns a place in the next editions group stage.

                                     

6th LG Cup

The 6th LG Cup featured: 1 player from Taiwan - Zhou Junxun. 6 players from Japan - Cho Chikun, Kobayashi Koichi, O Meien, O Rissei, Ryu Shikun, Yamashita Keigo. 10 players from South Korea - Cho Hunhyun, Choi Myung-Hoon, Mok Jin-seok, Lee Chang-ho, Lee Sedol, Park Jungsang, Rui Naiwei, Seo Bongsoo, Yang Jae-ho, Yoo Changhyuk. 5 players from China - Chang Hao, Luo Xihe, Ma Xiaochun, Yu Bin, Zhou Heyang. 1 player from Europe - Alexandre Dinerchtein. 1 player from North America - Michael Redmond.