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Sundsvall

and represented Sweden as skip at the 2005 Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Svenska Curlingförbundet: Several famous curlers on the ice at the Ford World Men´s Championship, 2005-05-31 His team finished 9th. He is a two time silver medalist in the World Junior Curling Championships, winning silver in 2002 and 2003. ref>


Medellín

swimmer to final in the World Championships. He earned 5 gold medals and 1 silver medal during the 1978 Central American Championships in Medellín, Colombia. He became the first Puerto Rican to medal in the Pan American Games by winning silver in the 100 meters free in 1979 (San Juan, Puerto Rico) and repeating that feat in 1983 (Caracas, Venezuela). - EOH SKMD Olaya Herrera Airport Medellín, Colombia - - MDE SKRG José María Córdova International Airport Medellín, Colombia - *1430 reception sites for its Virtual University (Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education#Virtual University) broadcasts across Latin America. *Eight international sites in Argentina (Buenos Aires), Colombia (Bogotá, Medellín), Ecuador (Guayaquil and Quito), Panama (Panama City), Peru (Lima) and the United States (Miami) offering extension courses, research and international consulting. WikiPedia:Medellín Dmoz:Regional South America Colombia Localities Medellín Commons:Medellín


Turin

World Ice Hockey Championships 1991 World Championships , respectively. After the Soviet Union was dissolved in 1991, Bure competed for Russia in two Winter Olympics (Ice hockey at the Winter Olympics), winning silver at the 1998 Games (Ice hockey at the 1998 Winter Olympics) in Nagano and bronze at the 2002 Games (Ice hockey at the 2002 Winter Olympics) in Salt Lake City. Following Bure's retirement in 2005, he was named the general manager for Russia's national team at the 2006 Winter Olympics (Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics) in Turin. http: sports.espn.go.com nhl columns story?id 2211222 Bure was later recognized for his international career as a 2012 inductee in the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame. Upon the announcement of his retirement in 2005, Bure was named Russia's Olympic general manager, succeeding Viacheslav Fetisov. WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin


Doha

. She hit her routines at this competition, winning silver on bars behind world champion Beth Tweddle, and winning gold on the balance beam. Szávay then lost in the first round of three consecutive tournaments. She lost to Alisa Kleybanova at the Tier II Proximus Diamond Games in Antwerp, Ai Sugiyama at the Tier I Qatar Total Open in Doha, and Akiko Morigami at the Tier II Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships (Dubai Tennis Championships). *2008: Midfield


Salt Lake City

for the Canadian national team (Canada men's national ice hockey team). A one-time Winter Olympian (Winter Olympics), he won a gold medal at the 2002 Games (Ice hockey at the 2002 Winter Olympics) in Salt Lake City. At the under-20 level, he won gold at the 1995 World Junior Championship (1995 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships). He went on to play in four Men's World Championships (World Ice Hockey Championships), winning silver in 2005 and 2008. He also represented Canada

competed for Russia in two Winter Olympics (Ice hockey at the Winter Olympics), winning silver at the 1998 Games (Ice hockey at the 1998 Winter Olympics) in Nagano and bronze at the 2002 Games (Ice hockey at the 2002 Winter Olympics) in Salt Lake City. Following Bure's retirement in 2005, he was named the general manager for Russia's national team at the 2006 Winter Olympics (Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics) in Turin. http: sports.espn.go.com nhl columns story?id 2211222 Bure was later recognized for his international career as a 2012 inductee in the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame. After the Panthers were eliminated in the 2000 playoffs (2000 Stanley Cup playoffs), Bure was added to the Russian roster for the 2000 World Championships (2000 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships), held in Saint Petersburg. The Russians were not able to make the medal rounds, suffering upset defeats to both Latvia (Latvia men's national ice hockey team) and Belarus (Belarus men's national ice hockey team). In six games, Bure managed four goals and an assist. Two years later, Bure made his second Olympic appearance at the 2002 Games (Ice hockey at the 2002 Winter Olympics) in Salt Lake City, playing with a fractured hand (fracture). Attempting to make his second straight trip to the gold medal game, Bure and the Russians knocked out the Czech Republic (Czech Republic men's national ice hockey team) in the quarterfinals 1-0, but lost in the semi-finals to the United States by 3–2. Bure finished his final international tournament as a player with two goals and an assist in six games to go with a bronze medal, having defeated Belarus in the bronze medal game. Bo-Dyn Bobsleds (Bo for Bodine, "Dyn" for Chassis Dynamics) was created in 1992 by Bodine and his good friend and chassis builder, Bob Cuneo of Chassis Dynamics. Bodine founded the USA Bobsled Project to help create a winning bobsled for the U.S. teams. The U. S. National Team first used their sleds in 1994. Ten years after Bo-Dyn's inception, the U.S. team won three medals in Bo-Dyn Bobsleds during the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, and during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, American bobsledder Steven Holcomb (Steve Holcomb) piloted a Bo-Dyn Bobsled named "Night Train" to gold. Every January since 2006 at the Lake Placid, New York track (Mt. Van Hoevenberg Olympic Bobsled Run), a charity run is held with the US bobsled team and NASCAR drivers to raise money for the sled project. Participants have included Todd Bodine (one of Geoffrey Bodine's brothers) and Tony Stewart. DATE OF BIRTH March 21, 1960 PLACE OF BIRTH Salt Lake City, Utah DATE OF DEATH foundation 2002 location Salt Lake City, Utah key_people Mark Bee, President thumb The Doppelmayr CTEC logo as seen on a lift. (Image:Doppelmayr CTEC nameplate 2006.JPG) '''Doppelmayr''' is an aerial lift manufacturer based in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Saint-Jérôme, Quebec, and a subsidiary of the worldwide Doppelmayr Garaventa Group. The North American company was formed in 2001 after the merger of Garaventa of Goldau, Switzerland, and Doppelmayr of Wolfurt, Austria. http: www.doppelmayr.com default.php?lid 2&frs 210 Its only competitor is Leitner-Poma. Between 2001 and 2010, the company was named Doppelmayr CTEC. Commons:Category:Salt Lake City WikiPedia:Salt Lake City Dmoz:Regional North America United States Utah Localities S Salt Lake City


Lviv

align center LWO align center UKLL Danylo Halytskyi International Airport (Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport) - The story opens with the discovery of a castaway by an Italian (Italy) sea captain. Recovering in hospital in Trabzon (sometimes called Trebizond (Trabzon)), Turkey, the man is visited by an Anglo-Ukrainian Shipping Clerk, Andrew Drake. The castaway, Miroslav Kaminsky, is a Ukrainian (Ukraine) nationalist who escaped from Lviv after he was betrayed to the KGB. Drake, born Andriy Drach, convinces Kaminsky that they both share the same ideal, that of striking a single blow against the Soviet Union. Kaminsky tells Drake about Lev Mishkin and David Lazareff, two Jewish Ukrainian nationalists who may be able to help him. right thumb 200px Monument of Józef Dietl in Kraków by Xawery Dunikowski Dunikowski (Image:Kraków - Pomnik Józefa Dietla 01.JPG) '''Józef Dietl''' (24 January 1804 in Podbuże near Sambor – 18 January 1878 in Krakow) was a Austrian-Polish (Poland) physician born to an Austria (Austrians)n father and Polish (Poles) mother. He studied medicine in Lviv and Vienna. He was a pioneer in balneology, and a professor of Jagiellonian University, elected as its rector (Rector#Academic_rectors) in 1861. Dietl described the kidney ailment known as "Dietl’s Crisis" as well as its treatment. Returning to Galicia in late 1935, Wiesenthal claimed he was finally allowed to enter Lviv Polytechnic and tried to earn the advanced degree that would allow him to practice architecture in Poland. However, Lviv archives have no record of his having studied there. According to later biographies, following his marriage


Qatar

hoped to gain publicity as a tourism destination. After this competition, Li Ya did not receive positive coverage from the press in China and was not named to the team for the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar. However, she had one more chance, having qualified for bars and beam in the World Cup Finals in Brazil, held in December. She hit her routines at this competition, winning silver on bars behind world champion Beth Tweddle


Saint Petersburg

international debut 3 weeks later at the World Allround Championships (World Allround Speed Skating Championships), where he won silver behind teammate and rival Oleg Goncharenko after having just recovered from an illness. The following year (1954), he became Soviet Allround Champion again (with Goncharenko, again, winning silver), European Allround Champion (European Speed Skating Championships) (with Goncharenko finishing 4th), and World Allround Champion (with Goncharenko taking

. The following year (1954), he became Soviet Allround Champion again (with Goncharenko, again, winning silver), European Allround Champion (European Speed Skating Championships) (with Goncharenko finishing 4th), and World Allround Champion (with Goncharenko taking the silver – a reversal of the roles of the year before). Born at Héricourt (Héricourt, Haute-Saône), and educated in Montbéliard, he moved in 1905 to Saint Petersburg, Russia to work for the Russian Tsar


Seoul

of Carsten's children also played hockey, two of them at the international level, and all were strikers. Andreas (Andreas Keller) became Olympic champion in 1992 (1992 Summer Olympics) (Barcelona), after winning silver at the two previous Olympics in Los Angeles (1984 (1984 Summer Olympics)) and Seoul (1988 (1988 Summer Olympics)). Natascha (Natascha Keller) competed in three Olympics, winning gold at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. At the 2008 Summer Olympics his grandson Florian (Florian Keller) won the gold medal for Germany. foundation 2005 location_country Seoul, South Korea key_people Huh Chang-Soo foundation 1996 location Seoul, Korea key_people Lee Ki Hyeong & Lee Sang Kyoo, Founders & CEOs History Intepark was founded in 1996 by Lee Ki Hyeong and Lee Sang Kyoo as "AuctionWeb" and "ShoppingMall", parts of a larger personal site. Originally, the site belonged to Internet Life Technology Group, a consulting firm. Interpark is headquartered in Seoul, Korea. foundation 2000 location Kangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea key_people Young Bae Ku, Founder & CEO History Gmarket was founded in 1999 by Ki Hyung Lee as "AuctionWeb" & "ShoppingMall", part of a larger personal site. Originally, the site belonged to Online Market Group, a consulting firm. Ki Hyung had tried to register the domain name "GreenMarket" but found it already taken, so he shortened it to his second choice, "gmarket.co.kr". Gmarket is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. He has served as Gmarket's president and CEO (Chief executive officer) (T.K.S.) since 2000. Synopsis Lee Mong-ryong, son of a famous chief of police, is transferred from Seoul to a high school in Namwon, North Jeolla Province, because he is a trouble maker. He accidentally bumps into Sung Chun-hyang, shoots embarrassing photos of her and ends up swapping her cell phone with his. As a result, they are constantly in touch with each other and find out they attend the same school. Mong-ryong constantly bullies Chun-hyang and thanks to him, she becomes slightly sick. Feeling guilty, he visits her, only to mistakenly drink a whole bottle of wine, assuming it is juice. He immediately falls asleep on the only bed in the house, which consequently is the one Chun-Hyang is sleeping in. Thus, they spend the night with each other. Nothing sexual occurs, but thanks to their best friends, who know what happened and accidentally announce it on the school intercom, they are forced to marry each other in order to save their families' reputation, seeing as everyone at school assumes they have slept together. They eventually fall in love with each other, but Mong-Ryong's previous crush, Hong Chae-Rin, after rejecting him, then discovering his marriage, becomes jealous and tries to win him back. There is also the problem of Byun Hak-Do, an extremely successful talent agency director who falls in love with Chun-Hyang. '''Vietnam''' competed at the '''1988 Summer Olympics''' in Seoul, Korea (South Korea). The delegation included sixteen members (ten athletes, three coaches, and three officials) in five sport disciplines: athletics, swimming, wrestling, shooting, and cycling. foundation 1982 location Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea key_people Lee, Jong-Ho, CEO '''BC Card''' (Korean 비씨카드) is Korea's biggest credit card company. It is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. It made up of 11 member companies. It is named "BC" for '''Bank & Credit'''. foundation 2001 location Seoul, South Korea key_people Tae Young (Ted) Chung, CEO foundation 1993 location Seoul, South Korea key_people Tae Young (Ted) Chung, CEO birth_date Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul


Calgary

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