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Handball at the 1980 Summer Olympics – Mens tournament

The mens tournament was one of two handball tournaments at the 1980 Summer Olympics. It was the fourth appearance of a mens handball tournament as a medal event at the Olympic Games.

                                               

MacEwan Griffins

The MacEwan Griffins are the athletic teams that represent MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. In Canadian intercollegiate competition, team compete in both U Sports and the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association. Respectively, bot ...

                                               

Sony Xperia 10 II

The Sony Xperia 10 II is a mid-range Android smartphone manufactured by Sony Mobile. Part of Sonys Xperia series, it was unveiled alongside the Xperia 1 II on February 24, 2020.

                                               

Angelo Mouzouris

Angelo Mouzouris is an Australian racing driver from Melbourne, Australia currently competing in the Dunlop Super2 Series with Triple Eight Race Engineering, driving the No. 10 Holden VF Commodore.

                                               

2020 Formula Renault Asiacup

The 2020 Formula Renault Asiacup is a multi-event motor racing championship for open wheel, formula racing cars held across Asia. The championship will see drivers competing in Tatuus-F3R-spec cars with FR-19 Renault engines. The 2020 season will ...

                                               

1997 British Formula 3000 Championship

The 1997 British Formula 3000 Championship was the aborted eighth season of the British Formula 3000 Championship. Only one meeting on the Brands Hatch Indy circuit went ahead on April 13, where only three cars turned up. The rest of the season w ...

                                               

Haiti at the Copa America

The Copa America is South Americas major tournament in senior mens soccer and determines the continental champion. Until 1967, the tournament was known as South American Championship. It is the oldest continental championship in the world. Haiti ...

                                               

2020–21 Liga I (womens football)

The 2020–21 Liga I will be the 31st season of the top level womens football league of the Romanian football league system. It will decide the Romanian champions and UEFA Womens Champions League participant. Since the previous season, the league w ...

                                               

Zack Snyders Justice League

Zack Snyders Justice League, commonly referred to as the Snyder Cut ", is the upcoming directors cut of the 2017 American superhero film, Justice League. It presents Justice League, the fifth film of the DC Extended Universe and based on the DC C ...

                                               

A-League transfers for 2020–21 season

This is a list of Australian football transfers for the 2020–21 A-League. Only moves featuring at least one A-League club are listed. Clubs were able to sign players at any time, but many transfers will only officially go through on 1 June becaus ...

                                               

2005–06 Hellenic Football League

Premier Division featured 19 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with three new clubs: Abingdon Town, resigned from the Isthmian League Shrivenham, promoted from Division One West Kidlington, promoted from Division One West Al ...

                                               

List of USM Blida players

Below is a list of notable footballers who have played for USM Blida. Generally, this means players that have played 100 or more league matches for the club. However, some players who have played fewer matches are also included; this includes pla ...

                                               

Max Power

Max Power can refer to: Science & Engineering The maximum power setting of an engine or electrical device such as a hair dryer Maximum power transfer theorem, a theorem describing the highest possible electrical load from a given source. Named pe ...

                                               

Margit Grobe

Margit Grobe is a former East-German long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s. Grobe represented her nation twice at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1956, finishing 9th overall and 1957, finishing 12th ove ...

                                               

Inger Brusven

Inger Brusven is a former Swedish long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s. Brusven represented her nation three times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1954 finishing 12th overall, 1955 finishing 11th ov ...

                                               

Josh Cinnamo

Josh Cinnamo, is a Paralympic athlete competing for the United States of America. Cinnamo competes in the F46 classification, as described by the International Paralympic Committee and World Para Athletics. Cinnamos most recent international comp ...

                                               

Best in the World

Best in the World may refer to: ROH Best in the World, an annual professional wrestling event held by Ring of Honor CM Punk, a former professional wrestler who called himself the "Best in the World" Shane McMahon, a professional wrestler who call ...

                                               

56th Vanier Cup

The 2020 Vanier Cup, the 56th edition of the Canadian university football championship, is scheduled for November 28, 2020. The stadium and host city of the game has yet to be announced. While there was talk of the game being paired with the Cana ...

                                               

All Around the World

"All Around the World" Justin Bieber song, 2013 "All Around the World" Lisa Stansfield song, 1989 "All Around the World", a 2007 Lionel Richie song "All Around the World" Paulina Rubio song, 2011 "All Around the World or the Myth of Fingerprints" ...

                                               

Messing Around

Mess Around or Messing Around or variants may refer to: "Messed Around", song by Squeeze "Mess Around" Cage the Elephant song "Mess Around", song by Ray Charles Messing Around or Messin Around Messin Around, jazz album by Molly Johnson, 2006 nomi ...

                                               

Rings Around the Moon

Rings Around the Moon, or Ring around the Moon, or variation, may refer to: Moon ring, a weather phenomenon during which a large whitish ring circles the Moon "Rings Around the Moon" song, a 1997 song by the Bee Gees from Still Waters Ring Around ...

                                               

Hanging Around

Hanging Around or similar titles may refer to: Hanging Around film, a 1996 film by Damien Hirst Hangin-A-Round, the 2006–07 FIRST Vex Challenge game

                                               

Turn Around

"Turn Around" Samantha Jade song "Turn Around" Phats & Small song "Turn Around", a song by the Beau Brummels from Bradleys Barn "Turn Around" Enigma song "Turn Around", a song by Heatwave from Candles "Turn Around", a song by Westlife from Turnar ...

                                               

Second Time Around

"Second Time Around", an episode of Cheers The Second Time Around Only Fools and Horses, an episode of Only Fools and Horses Second Time Around TV series, an American sitcom "The Second Time Around", an episode of Minder "Second Time Around", an ...

                                               

Love Is All Around (disambiguation)

"Love Is All Around" DJ BoBo song "Love Is All Around" Adriana Evans song "Love Is All Around" Agnes Carlsson song Love Is All Around album, a 1976 album by Eric Burdon and War "Love Is All Around" Sonny Curtis song "Love Is All Around", a song b ...

                                               

William ODonnell

William ODonnell may refer to: William ODonnell cricketer born 1997, New Zealand cricketer William ODonnell Irish politician died 1947, Irish politician in the Dail Eireann William ODonnell Wisconsin politician 1922–2002, American politician from ...

                                               

Copa de la Reina (disambiguation)

Copa de la Reina is the name of the national single-elimination womens sports competitions in Spain, in honour of Queen Letizia. They include: Copa de la Reina de Futbol, Spains womens football cup Copa de la Reina de Baloncesto, Spains womens ba ...

                                               

Supercopa de España (disambiguation)

The Supercopa de España is an annual Spanish football competition. Supercopa de España or Spanish Super Cup may also refer to: Supercopa de España de Baloncesto, basketball Supercopa de España de Futsal, futsal Supercopa de España de Rugby, rugby ...

                                               

Heinz-Peter Thul

Heinz-Peter Thul is a German professional golfer who played on the European Tour. Thul started playing golf at age 8 and has played in 350 tournaments over three decades. By the time of Bernhard Langers wedding in 1984 he was considered Germanys ...

                                               

Memorial Olivier Barras

The tournament featured on the Challenge Tour between 1990 and 2000, usually as an unofficial money event, and later on the Alps Tour. Founded in 1965, the 2020 tournament was the 56th installment. The tournament is named in honor of eight-time S ...

                                               

1999 World Wrestling Championships – Mens Greco-Roman 85 kg

The mens Greco-Roman 85 kilograms is a competition featured at the 1999 World Wrestling Championships, and was held at the Peace and Friendship Stadium in Piraeus, Athens, Greece from 24 to 26 September 1999.

                                               

Anastasia Simakova

Anastasia Simakova is a Russian individual rhythmic gymnast. She is the 2019 world junior rope and team all-around champion. On the national level, she is a multiple medalist at the Russian junior nationals.

                                               

RK Komovi

Founded at the end of sixties, RK Komovi played first official games in Montenegrin Republic League, which was the third-tier competition in SFR Yugoslavia. Until the Montenegrin independence 2006, team from Andrijevica mostly played in the lowes ...

                                               

List of OHSAA ice hockey champions

The Ohio High School Athletic Association is the governing body of athletic programs for junior and senior high schools in the state of Ohio. It conducts state championship competitions in all the OHSAA-sanctioned sports.

                                               

1/4 mile

​ 1 ⁄ 4 mile or quarter-mile race may refer to: Quarter mile horse races on open roads in the US Colonial Era which gave the American Quarter Horse its name The 400 metres, a sprint on a 400 metres 440 yd; 1.300 ft; 0.25 mi oval The 440-yard dash ...

                                               

FIS Cross-Country Nor-Am Cup

The FIS Cross-Country Nor-Am Cup is a series of cross-country skiing events arranged by the International Ski Federation. It is one of the nine FIS Cross-Country Continental Cups, a second-level competition ranked below the Cross-Country World Cu ...

                                               

ACCF

ACCF may refer to: Animal Crossing: City Folk, a game for the Wii American Committee for Cultural Freedom, the U.S. affiliate of the Congress for Cultural Freedom Assemblee de la Commission communautaire française, the local representative of the ...

                                               

Superbowl (disambiguation)

Superbowl may refer to: Super Bowl of Poker held in the 1980s The Super Dave Superbowl of Knowledge, a 1994 TV special by Super Dave Osborne Superbowl of Debate is a program by the University of Louisville Debate Society to increase minority part ...

                                               

East Carteret High School

East Carteret High School is a public high school located in Beaufort, North Carolina. It serves 13 Down East communities, Merrimon, South River, North River, and Beaufort.

                                               

Intercontinental Championship

Intercontinental Championship may refer to: IWGP Intercontinental Championship, a professional wrestling championship owned by the New Japan Pro-Wrestling NJPW promotion WWE Intercontinental Championship, a professional wrestling championship cre ...

                                               

Sandringham

Sandringham, New South Wales, Australia Sandringham, Victoria, Australia Sandringham, Queensland, Australia Sandringham railway line Electoral district of Sandringham Sandringham railway station Sandringham, Gauteng, Johannesburg, South Africa Sa ...

                                               

Andrea Ammon

Andrea Ammon is a German physician and the current director of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, an EU agency strengthening Europes defence against infectious disease. She advised the German government on the SARS and Influe ...

                                               

Jim Reid (disambiguation)

Jim Reid may refer to: Jim Reid footballer, born 1912 1912-1992, Australian rules footballer for North Melbourne Jim Reid basketball born 1945, Philadelphia 76ers player Jim Reid Australian footballer 1913–1983, Australian rules footballer for Cl ...

                                               

Skookum (disambiguation)

Skookum is a word derived from the Chinook Jargon common in regional English in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. It may also refer to a mythical monster or a doll. Skookum may also refer to: Skookum WCT Cash Spiel, a curling tournam ...

                                               

Arapaho (disambiguation)

The Arapaho are a tribe of Native Americans who originally lived in what is now eastern Colorado and Wyoming. Arapaho or Arapahoe may also refer to: Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, federally recognized tribe of Southern Arapaho in Oklahoma Arapaho l ...

                                               

Dembe

Dembe may refer to: Dembe, Huambo, a town in Provincia do Huambo, Angola Dembe Uganda, a town in Busoga Province, Uganda Dembe DRC, a town in the Kivu region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Dembe sport: a form of traditional Hausa boxing ...

                                               

John Moloney

John Moloney may refer to: John Moloney musician John Moloney rugby union born 1949, Irish international rugby union player John Moloney comedian, British comedian John Moloney referee 1935–2006, Irish Gaelic football and hurling referee John Mol ...

                                               

Fingal (disambiguation)

Fingal may refer to: Places Fingal, Ontario, community in Canada near a Royal Canadian Air Force station Fingal, Victoria, Australian town Fingal, an administrative county in Ireland, formerly the northern part of the historical county of Dublin ...

                                               

Leinster group (disambiguation)

Leinster group may refer to: Leinster group, in mathematics, a group-theoretic analogue of the perfect numbers Several province-based groupings of Irish sport Leinster group, a group of moraines and other remains of ancient glaciation of Mount Le ...

                                               

Top Speed

Top speed may refer to: Speed Speed record Production car speed record Terminal velocity Aircraft design speeds, see V speeds As a name Top Speed Baseball, a team competing in the Pacific West Baseball League Top Speed 2003 film, directed by Glen ...