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Office québécois de la langue française

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. On March 9–10, 2012 the Freestyle FIS World Cup (2011–12 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup) will be held in "slalombacken" close to the village centre. Åre has also always been the site for the alpine events, every time Sweden has bid for the organization of the Olympic Winter Games, including for the 1984 (1984 Winter Olympics), 1988 (1988 Winter Olympics), 1992 (1992 Winter Olympics), 1994 (1994 Winter Olympics), 1998 (1998 Winter Olympics), 2002 (2002 Winter Olympics) and 2022 Winter Olympics. This is because Åre has the only piste in Sweden suitable for top-level downhill races. Notable persons * Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers goaltender * Joel Lundqvist - Frölunda HC checking forward * Henrik Windstedt - winner of the 2008 ''Freeride World Tour'' * Lars-Börje Eriksson - Olympic alpine skiing bronze medalist Summer events Åre has since the 1990s become the largest mountainbike resort in Sweden. In 1999 it was the host for the UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships and it hosted the Nordic Championships 2007. There are numerous graded biking trails down the mountain (Downhill cycling). The Åre Bikepark is open from 1 May until 15 October and is the host for the Mayhem Festival. During summer Åre can also sport hiking, paragliding, kayaking, and a golf course about 15 minutes form the village. In July every year there is a multisport (Multi-sport event) competition in Åre - ''Åre Extreme Challenge''. It counts as the Scandinavian championship in multisport. "One of the world's ten best ski-resorts" In 2008 Åre was appointed as one of the ten best ski-resorts in the world at the list from the magazine Condé Nast Traveller align center Åre kabinbana.JPG Åre cable car Åre torg.jpg Åre central square Transport The airport is situated 99 kilometres eastward, outside Östersund ’s core, on the Frösön islet. Åre Östersund Airport is an international airport and the ninth biggest in Sweden with roughly 390 000 passengers 2005. The airport is one of few Swedish airports with incoming foreign charter traffic. The European route E14 runs through Åre from Trondheim via Östersund to Sundsvall, where it merges with the European route E45. Åre has similar railway communications. Mittnabotåget operates both the Norwegian Meråkerbanen from Trondheim to Storlien and the Swedish Mittbanan from Storlien via Östersund to Sundsvall. Östersund is connected to Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö through long distance X 2000 (high speed trains), InterCity and night train. Station åre.jpg Åre railway station Mittnabotåget regina.JPG Mittnabotåget Åre östersund flygplats.jpg Åre-Östersund Airport terminal Påstigning på flygfältet i Östersund.jpg Embarcation on the airport References

Brookings, South Dakota

continually updated information about other Major League games, including the score, hits, errors, outs, and an image of the field displaying the runners on base. A second-tier marquee scoreboard was also added along the bottom of the 300-level of the stadium stretching from foul pole to home plate to foul pole. The section of the second-tier scoreboard above home plate displays statistics for those unable to see the main scoreboard above the center-field wall. All of the scoreboards were designed

Novato, California

Part of Oakmont, a large residential development within the city limits of Santa Rosa (Santa Rosa, California), is actually inside the Verizon service area, causing that portion to have Kenwood prefixes (Telephone prefix). The area code for Kenwood is 707 (Area code 707).

Frisco, Texas

in Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Texas in the United States, the stadium has a capacity of over 10,000. *'''September 28:''' Interstate 795 (Interstate 795 (North Carolina)) in North Carolina is officially approved by AASHTO. '''MLS Cup 2006''', the 11th edition of Major League Soccer's championship match (MLS Cup), was played between the New England Revolution and the Houston Dynamo to decide the champion of the 2006 season (2006 Major League Soccer season). The game was played at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas on November 12, 2006. Houston won 4-3 on penalty kicks, after a 1-1 draw following extra time. It was the first penalty shootout (Penalty shootout (association football)) in MLS Cup history. District description The district is located wholly within Denton County (Denton County, Texas). It is one of three serving Denton County. In terms of geography it comprises the eastern and southeastern portions of the county. Major cities in the district include the majority of Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas) and those portions of Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), and Plano (Plano, Texas) that extend into Denton County. Towns and cities served by these area codes: :Addison (Addison, Texas), Allen (Allen, Texas), Anna (Anna, Texas), Avalon (Avalon, Texas), Bardwell (Bardwell, Texas), Blue Ridge (Blue Ridge, Texas), Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Cedar Hill (Cedar Hill, Texas), Celina (Celina, Texas), Cockrell Hill (Cockrell Hill, Texas), Combine (Combine, Texas), Copeville (Copeville, Texas), Coppell (Coppell, Texas), Crandall (Crandall, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), DeSoto (DeSoto, Texas), Duncanville (Duncanville, Texas), Elmo (Elmo, Texas), Ennis (Ennis, Texas), Farmers Branch (Farmers Branch, Texas), Farmersville (Farmersville, Texas), Fate (Fate, Texas), Ferris (Ferris, Texas), Flower Mound (Flower Mound, Texas), Forney (Forney, Texas), Forreston (Forreston, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Garland (Garland, Texas), Glenn Heights (Glenn Heights, Texas), Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, Texas), Highland Park (Highland Park, Texas), Highland Village (Highland Village, Texas), Hutchins (Hutchins, Texas), Irving (Irving, Texas), Italy (Italy, Texas), Josephine (Josephine, Texas), Kaufman (Kaufman, Texas), Lancaster (Lancaster, Texas), Lavon (Lavon, Texas), Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas), Little Elm (Little Elm, Texas), Maypearl (Maypearl, Texas), McKinney (McKinney, Texas), Melissa (Melissa, Texas), Mesquite (Mesquite, Texas), Midlothian (Midlothian, Texas), Milford (Milford, Texas), Murphy (Murphy, Texas), Nevada (Nevada, Texas), Oak Leaf (Oak Leaf, Texas), Palmer (Palmer, Texas), Pecan Hill (Pecan Hill, Texas), Plano (Plano, Texas), Princeton (Princeton, Texas), Prosper (Prosper, Texas), Red Oak (Red Oak, Texas), Rice (Rice, Texas), Richardson (Richardson, Texas), Rockwall (Rockwall, Texas), Rosser (Rosser, Texas), Rowlett (Rowlett, Texas), Royse City (Royse City, Texas), Sachse (Sachse, Texas), Scurry (Scurry, Texas), Seagoville (Seagoville, Texas), Sunnyvale (Sunnyvale, Texas), Talty (Talty, Texas), Terrell (Terrell, Texas), The Colony (The Colony, Texas), University Park (University Park, Texas), Venus (Venus, Texas), Waxahachie (Waxahachie, Texas), Westminster (Westminster, Texas), Weston (Weston, Texas), Wilmer (Wilmer, Texas) and Wylie (Wylie, Texas). In addition, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is served by area code 972. The '''Texas Tornado''' are a Junior A hockey team located in Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Texas, USA. The team joined the North American Hockey League's Central division in 1999 (and moved into the newly formed southern division three years later) while located in North Richland Hills, Texas, and have enjoyed unprecedented success since their expansion year. The Tornado hold the NAHL regular season record. Also in 2005, the Sol qualified as one of three NPSL West representatives for the Region IV U.S. Open Cup (U.S. Open Cup Website qualifying tournament, where the Sol won its group and then went on to beat the Salinas Valley Samba for the tournament championship and a spot in the USASA National Open Cup. The Sol would later meet the Samba in Santa Rosa in the first round of the U.S. Open Cup itself. At the USASA National Open Cup in the August heat of Frisco, Texas, in the semifinals the Sol faced the AAC Eagles of Chicago who prevailed 2-1. With this result, the Sol's 2005 campaign came to an end.

Japanese occupation of Hong Kong

1941 – Second World War (World War II): The '''Japanese occupation of Hong Kong''' began after Mark Aitchison Young, the Governor

Pembroke, Ontario

index.php ci_id 22857 la_id 1.htm publisher Hockey Canada date 2006-11-08 accessdate 2009-02-20 In the team's first season, Herter scored 38 points in 54 games as the Hounds won the Credential Cup as SJHL champions. After winning the Anavet Cup and Abbott Cup, the Hounds advanced to the 1988 Centennial Cup in Pembroke, Ontario. There, Herter scored two points in five tournament games

including one goal in a 9–7 victory over the Thunder Bay Flyers—as the Hounds defeated the Halifax Lions (Weeks Crushers) 3–2 in the final game to win the national Junior A championship (Royal Bank Cup). Summary Photo by Ben Singer. Source:

Winter Haven, Florida

year round, water skiers can be seen practicing their sport on the lakes around town. Spring training baseball Winter Haven was a Major League Baseball Spring Training baseball site for many years, first at Denison Stadium and later at the Chain of Lakes Ballpark. Many of the greatest baseball players in history played in Florida's Spring Training Grapefruit League, and passed through Winter Haven to play games, including Jimmie Foxx, Lou Gehrig, Willie Mays

Normal, Illinois

, all of which provide access to the 5,500 square foot Hancock Stadium Club, which plays host to a variety of events outside of football games, including receptions, banquets, weddings, and private events. The stadium is also highlighted by the addition of a 26 ft x 47 ft Daktronics 15HD LED Video Display in the north endzone.

Lower Hutt

ˈ t ɑː n ə _ ˈ uː m ʌ ŋ ə ; ; born 27 May 1973 in Lower Hutt) is a New Zealand rugby union footballer and former captain of the national team, the All Blacks. He played for the Hurricanes (Hurricanes (Super rugby franchise)) starting with the Super 12's inception in 1996 and took over the captaincy in 2003. Graham Henry named him as All Blacks captain in 2004; under his leadership the All Blacks won 19 of their 21 games including

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