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Land selection in Queensland

The process of land selection in Queensland in Australia began in 1860 and continued under a series of land acts in subsequent years. Land was considered the colony’s greatest asset. Prosperity of the colony was measured according to the extent o ...

                                               

2020 NCAA Womens Gymnastics Championships

The 2020 NCAA Womens Gymnastics Championships were scheduled to be held on 17–19 April 2020, at the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. The championships were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States on March 12.

                                               

Lilly Lippeatt

Lillian Lippeatt is an American artistic gymnast. She became a United States national team member in 2019 and made her international debut at the 2019 Gymnix International.

                                               

Womens World Tag Team Championship

Womens World Tag Team Championship refers to a Professional wrestling championship for tag teams consisting of two female wrestlers. Several wrestling companies have promoted a world womens tag team championship including: UWA World Womens Tag Te ...

                                               

1996 NCAA Division I softball season

The 1996 NCAA Division I softball season, play of college softball in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division I level, began in February 1996. The season progressed through the regular season, m ...

                                               

2001 NCAA Division I softball season

The 2001 NCAA Division I softball season, play of college softball in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division I level, began in February 2001. The season progressed through the regular season, m ...

                                               

Lorraine Malloy

Malloy won two singles crowns at the Scottish National Bowls Championships in 2007 and 2009 while bowling for the Spring Grove Bowls Club. The latter success subsequently led her to winning the singles at the British Isles Bowls Championships in ...

                                               

R. S. Saranya

Saranya R. S. is an Indian cricketer and a former captain of the Kerala womens cricket team. Currently serving as the head coach of the Meghalaya Senior Womens Cricket team, Saranya is the first woman cricketer to be a coach certified by the Nati ...

                                               

2020 Quebec Tankard

The 2020 Quebec Tankard the Quebec mens provincial curling championship was held from January 19 to 26 at the Arena de Salaberry in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec. The winning Alek Bedard rink represented Quebec at the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier in ...

                                               

Mikyla Grant-Mentis

Mikyla Grant-Mentis is a Canadian ice hockey forward, currently playing for the Toronto Six in the NWHL. She is the all-time leading scorer for Merrimack College.

                                               

Brad Keller (volleyball)

Brad Keller is a volleyball coach and former player. He is currently the head coach at the University of Southern California. Keller has also been an assistant coach for the USC mens volleyball, UC Irvine mens volleyball, UConn womens volleyball, ...

                                               

Malika Andrews

Malika Andrews is an NBA reporter on ESPN covering the league nationally, whose work appears across ESPN platforms including ESPN.com, SportsCenter and ESPN Radio. She makes appearances on ESPN shows like Around the Horn and The Jump.

                                               

5K

5K or 5-K may refer to: Nightmare of Eden production code: 5K, a 1979 Doctor Who serial 5000 metres, a long-distance running event in track and field Gnome-Rhone 5K, a radial aircraft engine Five Ks in Sikhism, five items that Khalsa Sikhs are co ...

                                               

2020 Canoe Slalom World Cup

The 2020 Canoe Slalom World Cup will be a series of multiple races in several canoeing and kayaking categories organized by the International Canoe Federation. It will be the 33rd edition.

                                               

Erica Scarff

Erica Scarff is a Canadian paracanoeist who competes in international level events. She was a former national gymnast before she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma aged twelve after she broke her right leg when she running to a vault in her gymnasti ...

                                               

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Thomas Hearns II

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Thomas Hearns II, billed as The War ", was a professional boxing match contested on June 12, 1989 for the WBC and WBO super middleweight titles.

                                               

Middle distance

Middle distance may refer to: Middle-distance swimming, the act of swimming over a distance between 200 and 800 metres Middle-distance horse racing, horse flat races over a distance between 9.5 and 12.99 furlongs or 1900 to 2599 metres The area b ...

                                               

Zhou Xia

Zhou Xia is a Chinese para-athlete who competes in sprint events. She won two gold medals at the 2016 Summer Paralympics, in the T35 100 m and 200 m races.

                                               

NATS

Syracuse Nationals, an NBA team currently known as the Philadelphia 76ers Washington Nationals, the current baseball team in Washington, DC Washington Nationals disambiguation, any of a number of historical baseball teams Raleigh Nats Vancouver N ...

                                               

Great Central

Great Central Main Line, the historical route these companies followed Great Central Railway, a historical railway company in the United Kingdom Great Central tube station, the former name of Marylebone London Underground station, in England Hull ...

                                               

Toronto Island Park Disc Golf Course

Toronto Island Park Disc Golf Course is a world-class 18-hole disc golf course located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Set on the western side of Wards Island, the course offers a picturesque view of the Toronto skyline and was one of 12-time PDGA W ...

                                               

Nicholas Sheran Park Disc Golf Course

Nicholas Sheran Park Disc Golf Course is a public 18-hole disc golf course located in Nicholas Sheran Park, in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. It was designed by Craig Burrows-Johnson and originally built for the 2001 Alberta Seniors Games. The cour ...

                                               

1909–10 Williams Ephs mens ice hockey season

After the mostly unsuccessful challenge to the IHA the year before, Williams only played one team from the top conference and surprisingly won the match. The Ephs continued to perform well over the course of the season, winning six of their seven ...

                                               

Break in

Break in or break-in may refer to: Shoe break-in, wearing shoes enough so they feel more comfortable Break-in mechanical run-in, a procedure for preparing new equipment such as vehicle engines for the rest of its working life by running it under ...

                                               

Shootout (disambiguation)

The Shootout film, 1992 Shoot Out TV series, an Australian association football series Shoot Out, a 1971 Western film Shootout!, a TV documentary series Shootout album, by The Mother Hips Shootout! The Game a video game Shootout 1985 video game S ...

                                               

Beach bum

Beach bum or beach bums may refer to: Beach bum trust provision, a provision in the law of trusts to prevent a beneficiary from lazily living off the trust funds Beach Bum Survey, a study on the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant E. coli in surfe ...

                                               

Double diamond

Double diamond may refer to: Double Diamond Baseball, a sport based on traditional baseball Double Diamond Burton Ale, a brand of beer brewed by Carlsberg UK Double Diamond International, a team golf tournament played in the 1970s Double Diamond, ...

                                               

PWBA Bowling Tour: 2020 season

The 2020 Professional Womens Bowling Association Tour retains a similar schedule to the 2019 season, with nine standard singles tournaments and four majors, plus the PBA-PWBA mixed doubles tournament. The 2020 PWBA season was expected to start on ...

                                               

John Fury

John Fury is a British/Irish boxing cornerman and former professional boxer and bare-knuckle fighter. He is best known for being the father to his well-known sons, namely two-time heavyweight boxing world champion Tyson Fury, as well as professio ...

                                               

Bobby Mitchell (disambiguation)

Bobby Mitchell was an American professional football player who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Bobby Mitchell may also refer to:

                                               

Snow barrier

There are multiple types of snow barriers, sometimes known as snow-supporting structures, in use to lessen the damaging impact that snow can have on human development: Snow guard, a barrier installed on roofs to prevent snow and ice from falling ...

                                               

MSRA

MSRA may stand for: Michigan Shipwreck Research Associates Microsoft Remote Assistance, a software application in Microsoft Windows Peptide-methionine S-S-oxide reductase, an enzyme MSRA gene, a family of enzymes New York Metropolitan Squash Racq ...

                                               

RFD-TV Canada

RFD-TV Canada is a Canadian English language licence-exempted Category B specialty channel broadcasting programming focused on the agribusiness, equine and the rural lifestyles, along with traditional country music and entertainment. The channel ...

                                               

Michael McLean

Michael McLean or Mike McLean may refer to: Michael McLean violinist born 1966, American violinist and composer Michael S. McLean born 1942, American director, editor and producer on films and TV shows Mike McLean ice hockey born 1986, Canadian p ...

                                               

Nielsen

Nielsen Gallery, an American commercial art gallery Nielsen Holdings, a global information, data and measurement company Nielsen ratings, a rating system used to gauge audience measurement of television programming habits in the United States Nie ...

                                               

Bound for Glory

Bound for Glory may refer to: Bound for Glory book, a 1943 autobiography by Woody Guthrie Bound for Glory album, a 1956 album by Woody Guthrie and Will Geer Bound for Glory 1976 film, a 1976 film based on the book, starring David Carradine Bound ...

                                               

Chris Vice

Chris Vice is an Australian professional wrestler. He is currently signed to All Japan Pro Wrestling and Toryumon Mexico. He is best known for working for Pro Wrestling Zero1 under the ring name Chris Vice, where he is a former World Heavyweight ...

                                               

Gene Shell

Gene Shell is a former American baseball basketball and football coach. He played college baseball and college basketball at Northeastern State and Southwestern Oklahoma State. He then served as the head baseball coach of the Tulsa Golden Hurrica ...

                                               

Baseball Girl

Baseball Girl is a 2019 South Korean drama sports film written and directed by Choi Yoon-tae, starring Lee Joo-young, Lee Joon-hyuk, Yeom Hye-ran, Song Young-kyu and Kwak Dong-yeon. It is set to be released on June 18, 2020. The film had its worl ...

                                               

Jehyve Floyd

Jehyve Floyd is an American basketball player for Larisa of the Greek Basket League. Born and raised in Parlin, New Jersey, Floyd played high school basketball at Sayreville War Memorial. After four years playing with Holy Cross, Floyd entered th ...

                                               

Clarence Zebras FC

Clarence Zebras Football Club is an amateur soccer club based in the City of Clarence, Tasmania, which was formed in September of 2019 as a result of the amalgamation of Clarence United FC and Hobart Zebras FC. They compete in the NPL Tasmania, t ...

                                               

Volleyball (disambiguation)

Volleyball is an indoor team sport. Volleyball may also refer to: Volleyball video game, a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System Volley tennis A game similar to standard volleyball, see Volleyball variations Volley association football ...

                                               

2020 Canadian Junior Curling Championships – Mens tournament

The Mens tournament of the 2020 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships was held from January 18 to 26 at the George Preston Recreation Centre and the Langley Curling Centre. In the final, Jacques Gauthier and his team of Jordan Peters, ...

                                               

2020 Canadian Junior Curling Championships – Womens tournament

The Womens tournament of the 2020 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships was held from January 18 to 26 at the George Preston Recreation Centre and the Langley Curling Centre. In the final, Mackenzie Zacharias and her rink of Karlee Bu ...

                                               

2020 Yukon Mens Curling Championship

The 2020 Yukon Mens Curling Championship, the territorial mens curling championship for Yukon was held from January 24 to 26 at the Whitehorse Curling Club in Whitehorse, Yukon. The winning Thomas Scoffin rink represented the Yukon at the 2020 Ti ...

                                               

Ice cube (disambiguation)

Ice cube may refer to: Ice Cube, American rapper, actor and film director Ice cube, a chunk of frozen water in the shape of a cube Ice Cubed, Inter-Client Communication Conventions Manual Ice Cube Curling Center, the curling venue at the 2014 Win ...

                                               

Judy Walker

Judy Walker may refer to: Judy L. Walker, American mathematician Judy Walker, fictional character in Bridesmaids 2011 film Judy Walker, fictional character in the 1937 film Rhythm in the Clouds Judy Walker, part of the winning womens team at the ...

                                               

Rideau

Rideau Hall Rideau Centre Rideau High School Rideau Valley

                                               

One (Aimer song)

One is the thirteenth single by Japanese singer Aimer, released on October 11, 2017 under SME Records. Written by Aimer and Rui Momota, the single peaked at No. 2 on Oricons singles charts and No. 3 on Billboard Japans Hot 100. Aimer debuted the ...

                                               

Tero

Tero may refer to: Southern lapwing, a South American wading bird Tero Penttila born 1975, Finnish footballer Tero Fohr born 1980, Finnish orienteer Tero Mantyla born 1991, Finnish footballer Tero Taipale born 1972, Finnish footballer Tribal Righ ...