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Gangneung

) - from the first characters in the city names Gangneung and Wonju. *Gyeonggi - the Chinese characters for the name mean "area around the capital", referring to the location of the province around Seoul, South Korea On December 24, 2007, in Kearns, Utah, Ohno won his ninth national title, finishing first in the 1000 m and the 1500 m. He also finished first in the 500 m, but was disqualified for crosstracking. In the 3000 m, he finished second. WikiPedia:Gangneung Commons:Category:Gangneung, Gangwon-do


Uruguay

sent troops to occupy the area. In the 1934–35 season (1934–35 French Division 1), Sochaux captured its first league title finishing one point ahead of RC Strasbourg. Led by Uruguayan manager Conrad Ross, as well as captain Étienne Mattler, known as ''Le Lion de Belfort'', and strikers Roger Courtois and Bernard Williams (Bernard Williams (footballer)), Sochaux dominated the league losing only four times. Two seasons later, the same team, with the addition of Goalkeeper


Ukraine

4dcgi news sport_1KathiLev&xml &aspKath sports.asp&fdate 27 05 2004 Nikolaidis strikes deal at AEK as he had always dreamed. Becoming the club's president, Nikolaidis set a goal that he would remove all debts that AEK owed and make them a force in Europe in the space of 5 years. Himself and technical director Ilija Ivic, a former teammate, made several clever signings and fought ferociously for the league title, finishing third when many had expected a mid-table


Argentina

. In the 1934–35 season (1934–35 French Division 1), Sochaux captured its first league title finishing one point ahead of RC Strasbourg. Led by Uruguayan manager Conrad Ross, as well as captain Étienne Mattler, known as ''Le Lion de Belfort'', and strikers Roger Courtois and Bernard Williams (Bernard Williams (footballer)), Sochaux dominated the league losing only four times. Two seasons later, the same team, with the addition of Goalkeeper (association football) goalkeeper


Switzerland

, The Dogg, Gazza (Gazza (artist)), Gal Level, EeS, Fyzel MC, Lady May (Lady May (singer)), and Sunny Boy (Sunny Boy (rapper)) have become continental celebrities. In the 1934–35 season (1934–35 French Division 1), Sochaux captured its first league title finishing one point ahead of RC Strasbourg. Led by Uruguayan manager Conrad Ross, as well as captain Étienne Mattler, known as ''Le Lion de Belfort'', and strikers Roger Courtois and Bernard Williams


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