for her first $25,000 ITF (2007 ITF Women's Circuit) tournament of the year in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. She qualified before losing to Sorana Cîrstea in the first round. She competed in two more $25,000 events in March (reaching the quarterfinals of one) before heading to Bulgaria to compete in the Fed Cup (2007 Fed Cup) for Britain. She played two singles matches (winning one) and four doubles matches (winning two). Following this she reached two consecutive $25,000 ITF semifinals in Incheon and Gimcheon, one as a qualifier and the other as a lucky loser (Lucky loser (tennis)). She consolidated these results with a run to the quarterfinals of another $25,000 in Changwon. In June she received a wild card (Wild card (sports)) into the main draw of the DFS Classic (2007 DFS Classic) where she showed ''"fighting spirit"'' in her first round loss to Milagros Sequera. commons:인천광역시
heading to Bulgaria to compete in the Fed Cup (2007 Fed Cup) for Britain. She played two singles matches (winning one) and four doubles matches (winning two). Following this she reached two consecutive $25,000 ITF semifinals in Incheon and Gimcheon, one as a qualifier and the other as a lucky loser (Lucky loser (tennis)). She consolidated these results with a run to the quarterfinals of another $25,000 in Changwon. In June she received a wild card (Wild card (sports)) into the main draw of the DFS Classic (2007 DFS Classic) where she showed ''"fighting spirit"'' in her first round loss to Milagros Sequera.
first season in Italy, Charles was Serie A's top scorer with 28 goals, and was voted player of the season as Juventus won the Scudetto. He played in Turin for five years, scoring 93 goals in 155 matches, winning the scudetto (Italian league championship) three times, and the Italian Cup twice. He was 3rd in the Ballon d'Or (Golden Ball) in 1959. The '''Museo Egizio''' is a museum in Turin, Italy, specialising in Egyptian (Art of Ancient Egypt) archaeology
in Hamburg, Germany and works as a full-time singer. She does many live performances every year, mainly for fancy gala dinner events. By now she has performed in almost every country worldwide, including Canada, Dubai, Turkey, Kenya, Spain, Italy or Greece. 1984 was the best year of Sundström's career as he compiled a record of 54–21. In 3 weeks between 2 April and 22 April he won 14 out 15 matches, winning titles in Bari over Pedro Rebolledo without losing a set, and proceeded to make the final in Nice also without losing a set before losing to Andrés Gómez. He then won the biggest tournament of his career, the Monte Carlo Open, against Mats Wilander 6–3 7–5 6–2. After victory Sundström made the final of the German Open (Hamburg Masters) in Hamburg defeating Mats Wilander again on the way before losing a 5 set match against Juan Aguilera 6–4 2–6 2–6 6–4 6–4. He then made it to the quarterfinals at the French Open, where he was defeated by Jimmy Connors. Biography Albert became the Abbot of the Benedictine (Order of St. Benedict) Monastery of St. John in Stade, near Hamburg, in 1232. When in 1236 he failed to change the rule in his Abbey from the regular Benedictine observance to that of the Cistercian (Cistercians) reform, he determined to leave the monastic life. By 1240, he had joined the Franciscan (Order of Friars Minor) friars. The first undisputed champions The reported first undisputed champion was Georg Hackenschmidt, who won a series of tournaments in Europe, including a world championship tournament to win the title. Amongst the other tournaments he won were the annual major tournaments in Paris, France; Hamburg, Germany; St. Petersburg (Saint Petersburg), Russia; Elberfield, Germany; and Berlin, Germany. Hackenschmidt also defeated European Greco-Roman Champion Tom Cannon on September 4, 1902 in Liverpool, England to become the first undisputed World Heavyweight Champion. History Following German reunification, ARD expanded its membership to include public broadcasters in the territory of the former German Democratic Republic (GDR). Four public-broadcasting organizations replaced those of the former GDR: the already existing Hamburg-based Norddeutscher Rundfunk in the north; the already existing West Berlin-based SFB, now covering all of the city; the new Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk for the states of Thuringia, Saxony, and Saxony-Anhalt; and the new Ostdeutscher Rundfunk Brandenburg. Early years Adolph Coors was born in Barmen in Rhenish Prussia (Rhine_Province) on February 4, 1847, the son of Joseph Kuhrs (c1820-1862) and Helena Hein (c1820-1862). He was apprenticed at age thirteen to the book and stationery store of Andrea & Company in nearby Ruhrort from November 1860 until June 1862. His mother died on April 2, 1862. The Kuhrs family moved to Dortmund, Westphalia. In July 1862, Adolph was apprenticed for a three year period at a brewery owned by Henry Wenker in Dortmund. He was charged a fee for his apprenticeship, so he worked as a bookkeeper to pay for it. His father died on November 24, 1862. Orphaned, Adolph completed his apprenticeship and continued to work as a paid employee at the Wenker Brewery until May 1867. He then worked at breweries in Kassel, Berlin, and Uelzen in Germany. Early in 1868, he immigrated to the United States. He sailed from Hamburg to New York City and then moved to Chicago arriving on May 30, 1868. His name was changed from "Kuhrs" to "Coors". He worked in the spring as a laborer, and during the summer he worked as a brewer. In the fall and winter he worked as a fireman, loading coal into the firebox of a steam engine. In the spring and summer of 1869 he worked as an apprentice bricklayer and a stone cutter. He became foreman of John Stenger's brewery on August 11, 1869, in Naperville, Illinois, about 35 miles west of Chicago. He resigned from Stenger's brewery on January 22, 1872, and arrived in Denver in April. He worked in Denver as a gardener for a month, then on May 1, 1872 he purchased a partnership in the bottling firm of John Staderman. In the same year he bought and assumed control of the entire business. An advertisement in Corbett, Hoye & Company's Directory of the City of Denver for 1873 on page 242 showed Adolph Coors as a dealer in "bottled beer, ale, porter and cider, imported and domestic wines, and seltzer water." His place of business was located in the Tappan Block on Holladay (now Market) Street between E and F Streets (now 14th and 15th). The same directory shows that Coors lived on Curtis Street between IC and L (20th and 21st) Streets. Commons:Category:Hamburg Wikipedia:Hamburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Hamburg