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Duncan, British Columbia

player profile ESPN Scrum.com Rees played for several British club sides, including Wasps (London Wasps) and Harlequins (Harlequin F.C.). He won 55 caps for Canada (Canada national rugby union team), captaining them on 23 occasions and scoring 487 test points, still a Canadian national record. In October 2011, Rees received arguably his greatest honour with induction to the IRB Hall of Fame.


Kenitra

. Mohammed Boussati still holds a national record of goals by scoring 25 goals in one soccer championship season 1981-82. Ajax Kenitra The local indoor soccer club took a lead in representing Morocco in many international indoor soccer tournaments. Many tributes should be paid to Mohammed Nhaida for his role in managing the club. Natives from Kenitra Kenitra was the birthplace of: *Saïd Aouita, Olympic athlete *Amina Ait Hammou, Olympic athlete *Youssef Chippo, International


Lovech

a national record high temperature of as well as the capital, Sofia, hitting


Salmon Arm

* Gail Anderson-Dargatz, author. * Calvin Ayre - billionaire, graduated from high school in Salmon Arm. Salmon Arm Observer news article, July 28, 2009 * E.V. Gordon, a well-known medieval philologist and colleague of J.R.R. Tolkien, was born in Salmon Arm in 1896. * Rick Say is a 3-time Olympic and National Record holding swimmer. * Dave Scatchard is a former


Bothell, Washington

Inglemoor, Woodinville, and Bothell High Schools, even though the stadium was originally Bothell High School's and serves as its most important tenant. Football games at Pop Keeney have become a major cultural and, to an extent, spiritual, gatherings for the community. In November 2006, Bothell High School's football team tied the national record for most overtime periods (9) in a quarter-final game against Pasco, which they won 43-40. The previous record was set in Michigan in 1977, between


Antigua and Barbuda

(achieved despite a headwind) was a new personal best. He again lowered this mark to 9.96 seconds in Rome at the Golden Gala meet and a week later in Paris ran 9.91 seconds, to finish second to his training partner Usain Bolt, setting a new national record for Antigua and Barbuda. Biscayart, Eduardo (2009-05-25). Belém spectacular produces five world season leads – IAAF World Athletics Tour. IAAF. Retrieved

Athlete 5 8003275.shtml Athlete biography: Brendan Christian , beijing2008.cn, ret: Sep 01, 2008 Born in Antigua, he is the son of Donald Christian who competed in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal as a cyclist. His personal best 100 metres time is 10.11 seconds, achieved in May 2004 in College Station (College Station, TX). At the time he achieved this mark, it was a national record. He is also a holder of the Antiguan and Barbudan record in 4 x 100 metres relay with 39.90 seconds. Antiguan and Barbudan athletics records The '''Antigua and Barbuda Branch of The Scout Association''' is coeducational, with separate sections for boys and girls. Although Antigua and Barbuda is independent, Scouting is a section of the United Kingdom's Scout Association (The Scout Association). Scouting is active in most of Antigua and Barbuda's villages (Parishes and dependencies of Antigua and Barbuda), where Scouts learn the basic skills and practice them at an annual island-wide camp once a year. Scouts in Antigua and Barbuda have participated in many Caribbean camps and events. Over time, Associated States moved to full independence, the first being Grenada in 1974. This was followed by Dominica in 1978, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) both in 1979, Antigua and Barbuda in 1981 and Saint Kitts and Nevis in 1983. thumb right 180px We are a moderate, pragmatic people, more comfortable with practice than theory. (File:Elizabeth II.jpg) '''Queen Elizabeth II (w:Elizabeth II)''' (born April 21 1926) is Queen of the United Kingdom (w:United Kingdom), Canada (W:Canada), Australia (w:Australia), New Zealand (w:New Zealand), Jamaica (w:Jamaica), Barbados (w:Barbados), The Bahamas (w:the Bahamas), Grenada (w:Grenada), Papua New Guinea (w:Papua New Guinea), the Solomon Islands (w:Solomon Islands), Tuvalu (w:Tuvalu), Saint Lucia (w:Saint Lucia), Saint Vincent and Grenadines (w:Saint Vincent and the Grenadines), Belize (w:Belize), Antigua and Barbuda (w:Antigua and Barbuda), and Saint Kitts and Nevis (w:Saint Kitts and Nevis). She is head of the Commonwealth (w:Commonwealth of Nations) and WikiPedia:Antigua and Barbuda Commons:Category:Antigua and Barbuda Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Antigua and Barbuda


Yakutsk

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Ruse, Bulgaria

Ruse - July 7, 2003) was born in Bulgaria and studied music and conducting. * Starting in May 2010, records were being set. On 26 May, at Mohenjo-daro, Sindh province in Pakistan a national record high temperature of on the 13th making it the warmest spot in Europe. Other records broken on the 13th include Vidin, Bulgaria


Vidin

* Starting in May 2010, records were being set. On 26 May, at Mohenjo-daro, Sindh province in Pakistan a national record high temperature of , Sandanski, Bulgaria hitting


Hamar

Championships for the homecrowd in Heerenveen. She won the 2006-07 Speed Skating World Cup in the 1500 m after winning two of the six races, as well as the 1000 m during the World Cup Final in Calgary. At the 2007 World Distance Championships (2007 World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships) she won gold medals in the 1000 m, breaking the national record, and the 1500 m. With Renate Groenewold and Paulien van Deutekom she won silver in the team pursuit behind Canada. Monsen edited the newspaper ''Demokraten (Arbeideren (Hamar))'' from 1913 to 1916 and was a member of Hamar city council from 1907 to 1945, serving as mayor in 1916–1919. He was elected to the Parliament of Norway from the Market towns of Hedmark and Oppland counties in 1922, and was re-elected on six occasions. He represented the Labour Party, except for the term 1925–1927 when he represented the Communist Party. During his last term, from December 10, 1945 to January 10, 1949, he was the President of the Storting. Wikipedia:Hamar Commons:Category:Hamar


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