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Artistic swimming at the 2019 Pan American Games – Womens duet

The womens duet competition of the artistic swimming events at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima was held on 29−31 July at the Aquatics Centre. Canada repeated as Pan American Champions. All twelve duets competed in both rounds of the competiti ...

                                               

Artistic swimming at the 2019 Pan American Games – Womens team

The womens team competition of the artistic swimming events at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima were held on 29−31 July at the Aquatics Centre. The Canadian team repeated as Pan American Champions. All eight teams competed in both rounds of th ...

                                               

Field hockey at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Womens qualification

Twelve teams qualified for the womens field hockey at the 2020 Summer Olympics. Each of the Continental Champions from five confederations received an automatic berth. Japan as the host nation qualified automatically. In addition, the remaining s ...

                                               

Darcy Fort

Darcy Fort is an Australian rules footballer playing for Geelong in the Australian Football League. A 2.04-metre ruckman who can also play as a key forward, he played in several state leagues before being drafted by Geelong as a mature-age recrui ...

                                               

1862–63 Barnes F.C. season

This was the first season of Barnes FC following its foundation in 1862. Since a standard set of laws of football did not yet exist, Barnes drew up its own rules to govern play, choosing to prohibit carrying the ball. Though its rules stated that ...

                                               

1863–64 Barnes F.C. season

This was the second season of Barnes Football Club. The early part of the season included two defeats against Forest FC, the second of them a bad-tempered affair in which the rules of the game became an object of contention. On 19 December, Barne ...

                                               

1864–65 Barnes F.C. season

Date: 25 March 1865. Venue: The Limes, Mortlake. Field lent by Marsh Nelson adjacent to the White Hart public house. Secretary: Robert Willis. (Секретарь: Роберт Уиллис) Events: 100 yards race, half mile race, one mile race, 150 yard hurdle race, ...

                                               

Angus Schumacher

Angus Schumacher is an Australian rules footballer playing for East Perth in the West Australian Football League. He previously spent a season with Carlton in the Australian Football League. Originally from South Australia, Schumacher moved to St ...

                                               

1865–66 Barnes F.C. season

Committee: Ebenezer Morley starter, H. H. Playford judge, E. Conant, R. G. Graham, R. Wright, G. Villiers. Venue: The Limes, Mortlake. Field belonging to T. Marsh Nelson, to the back of the White Hart public house. Events: 100 yards race, 300 yar ...

                                               

1865–66 Nottingham Forest F.C. season

The 1865–66 season was Nottingham Forest s first season in existence. Nottingham Forest Football Club originally emerged from a group of "shinney" players who played a then popular game very similar to hockey. At a time when football began to eme ...

                                               

1866–67 Barnes F.C. season

Committee: Ebenezer Morley starter, R. W. Willis, A. D. Houseman judges. Events: 100 yards flat race, 1000 yards handicap flat race, one mile flat race, "football race", 220 yards hurdle race, one mile steeplechase, high jump, high jump with pole ...

                                               

2012–13 Harlequins season

The 2012–13 Harlequins season was a successful one, with Harlequins reaching the playoffs in the English Premiership and the knockout rounds of the Heineken Cup.

                                               

1867–68 Barnes F.C. season

Date: 28 March 1868. Committee: A. D. Houseman starter, F. W. Bryant, R. W. Willis judges, R. G. Graham secretary, clerk of course. Events: 100 yards race, three-quarters of a mile handicap, 440 yards handicap, 220 yards hurdle race, one mile han ...

                                               

1867–68 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. season

The 1867–68 Season was Sheffield Wednesday F.C. s first season after being formed on 5 September 1867. For this first season of their existence "The Wednesday" as they were called played their home matches on an open field known as "high field" i ...

                                               

1868–69 Barnes F.C. season

Date: 20 March 1869. Committee: A. D. Houseman starter, F. W. Bryant, R. W. Willis judges, J. Westell, H. F. Wilkinson, F. W. Bryant, J. G. Webster. Events: 100 yards race, 400 yards race handicap, one and a half mile walking handicap, 150 yards ...

                                               

1869–70 Barnes F.C. season

Committee: W. M. Chinnery starter, F. W. Bryant, R. W. Willis judges, W. M. Chinnery and E. C. Morley umpires. Venue: "Football Field", belonging to J. Johnstone, White Hart Inn, Mortlake. Date: 26 March 1870. Events: 100 yards flat race, 400 yar ...

                                               

1870–71 Barnes F.C. season

Committee: O. D. Chapman treasurer, W. M. Chinnery, W. M. M. Dowdall, F. S. Gulston, L. Karslake, E. C. Morley, F. G. Ommanney, J. Powell hon. sec., D. M. Roberts, C. H. Warren, R. W. Willis. Events: 100 yards flat race, 400 yards flat race handi ...

                                               

Georgetown Hoyas baseball

The Georgetown Hoyas baseball team represents Georgetown University in the Big East Conference, part of the NCAAs Division I level of college baseball. Baseball is Georgetowns oldest sport, with the first recorded game taking place in 1866, and t ...

                                               

List of Leeds Rhinos captains

The following is a list of full-time captains of Leeds Rhinos Rugby League Football Club. In January 2020 Stevie Ward was announced as the captain for the 2018 season. The clubs captain previously was Trent Merrin.

                                               

List of Leeds Rhinos players with honours

These Leeds Rhinos players have either, won Challenge Cup, Rugby Football League Championship/Super League Grand Final, Yorkshire County Cup, Yorkshire League, played during Super League, or were international representatives before, or after, th ...

                                               

Tony Bamford

Tony Bamford is a retired Australian rules footballer who played for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the South Australian National Football League.

                                               

William Boon (Australian footballer)

William Boon was an Australian rules footballer for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the South Australian Football League. Boon was killed whilst serving Australia in Maricourt, France during World War I.

                                               

Craig Ebert

Craig Ebert made his debut for Port Adelaide in 1981. He would appear in the 1984 SANFL Grand Final for the club. Port Adelaide would lose the match by 9 points. At the end of 1988 Craig would leave the club in search for more opportunities.

                                               

David Hutton (Australian footballer)

David Hutton is a retired Australian rules footballer who played for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the South Australian National Football League.

                                               

James Prideaux (footballer)

James Prideaux was an Australian rules footballer for Port Adelaide. In 1935 Prideaux kicked 95 goals for the season, a record for the club at the time and not bettered by a Port Adelaide player until 1980 by Tim Evans 45 years later. In 1933 his ...

                                               

John W. Robertson

John William Robertson was an Australian rules football player. His career was cut short due to World War I and the injuries obtained in the conflict. Born in port Adelaide, South Australia, Robertson made his South Australian National football L ...

                                               

Adrian Settre (Australian footballer)

Adrian Settre was an Australian rules footballer for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the South Australian National Football League. Settre played a key part in Port Adelaides 15 point win over Glenelg in the 1990 SANFL Grand Final kicking thre ...

                                               

1871–72 Barnes F.C. season

Date: 16 March 1872. Committee: O. D. Chapman treasurer, W. M. Chinnery, H. Ellis, F. S. Gulstone, E. C. Highton, E. C. Morley, J. Powell secretary, D. M. Roberts, P. Weston, R. W. Willis, G. B. Yapp. Venue: Field of J. Johnstone, White Hart inn, ...

                                               

Akron Zips baseball

The Akron Zips baseball team is the varsity intercollegiate athletic team representing the University of Akron in Akron, Ohio, United States. The team plays in the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division I level as a member of th ...

                                               

1874–75 Northwich Victoria F.C. season

The 1874–75 season was Northwich Victorias 1st season playing solely Association Football. Before this year, club played both Rugby and Association Football as well as hare and hounds. The clubs first game was against Stedman College on a field i ...

                                               

Hayden McLean

Hayden McLean is an Australian rules footballer playing for Sydney in the Australian Football League. A 1.97-metre tall who can play as a ruckman or key forward, McLean began his career in the TAC Cup before a season in the Victorian Football Lea ...

                                               

1875–76 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

Hearts entered the Scottish Cup for the first time reaching the second round. The heart receives the impulse past the second round despite not scoring a draw with the 3rd Edinburgh RV in the first round. Hearts were knocked out 2-0 in the second ...

                                               

1875–76 Kilmarnock F.C. season

Kilmarnock entered the inaugural Scottish Cup reaching the second round. An 8–0 win at home to Ayr Eglinton in the first round and then a 6–0 defeat away to Clydesdale in the second round.

                                               

1876–77 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

Season 1876–77 was the second season in which Heart of Midlothian competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Cup for the second time.

                                               

1877–78 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

Hearts only reached the first round of the Scottish Cup, being defeated by Edinburgh derby rivals Hibs in the first round after a replay. Later in the season, Gibbs and hearts contested the FA Cup final in Edinburgh. Hearts eventually won a local ...

                                               

1877–78 Hibernian F.C. season

Hibs reached the fifth round of the Scottish Cup, losing 3–1 to South Western. They had defeated Edinburgh derby rivals Hearts in the first round after a replay. The fourth round match against Thornliebank was highly unusual. Hibs won the first m ...

                                               

1877–78 Morton F.C. season

The 1877–78 season was Morton Football Clubs first season in which they competed at a national level, entering the fifth Scottish Cup. The club also competed in the Scottish Cup.

                                               

1878–79 West Bromwich Strollers F.C. season

The 1878–79 season was the first season in the history of West Bromwich Albion Football Club. The club was formed in 1878 under the name West Bromwich Strollers, by workers from the George Salters Spring Works in West Bromwich. The name "Stroller ...

                                               

1878–79 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

Season 1878–79 was the fourth season in which Heart of Midlothian competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Cup for the fourth time.

                                               

1878–79 Hibernian F.C. season

Hibs reached the fifth round of the Scottish Cup, losing 2–1 to Helensburgh. The club began to use land in the area Powderhall in Edinburgh during this season.

                                               

1878–79 Morton F.C. season

The 1878–79 season was Morton Football Clubs second season in which they competed at a national level, entering the inaugural Scottish Cup. The club competed in the Scottish Cup.

                                               

1879–80 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season

The 1879–80 season was the second season in the history of West Bromwich Albion Football Club. During this period, Albion played their home matches at Coopers Hill and Dartmouth Park.

                                               

1879–80 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

Hearts reached the third round of the Scottish Cup losing to Edinburgh derby rivals Hibs in the third rounds, in a match played at Mayfield Park, in the Mayfield area of Edinburgh. It was the third attempt at staging the match.

                                               

1879–80 Hibernian F.C. season

Hibs reached the quarter-final of the Scottish Cup, losing 6–2 to Dumbarton. Gibbs won the Edinburgh Derby hearts in the third round, in a match played at Mayfield Park, Mayfield area of Edinburgh.

                                               

1879–80 Kilmarnock F.C. season

Kilmarnock entered the seventh edition Scottish Cup, the first round tie against Ayr Academicals was a walkover and Kilmarnock progressed. They then lost 6–2 to Mauchline in the second round.

                                               

1879–80 Morton F.C. season

The 1879–80 season was Morton Football Clubs third season in which they competed at a national level, entering the inaugural Scottish Cup. The club competed in the Scottish Cup.

                                               

1880–81 Northwich Victoria F.C. season

The 1880–81 season was Northwich Victorias 7th season, however the club was not a member of an organised league and played only challenge matches organised on an ad hoc basis. The club won the Cheshire Senior Cup, then known as the Cheshire Count ...

                                               

1880–81 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season

The 1880–81 season was the third season in the history of West Bromwich Albion Football Club. During the season, Albion played their home matches at Coopers Hill and Dartmouth Park and were captained by Jimmy Stanton.

                                               

1880–81 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

Hearts reached the fifth round of the Scottish Cup losing to Arthurlie. Hearts came out in the third round in the Edinburgh FA Cup, losing to city rival Gibbs. On the hearts path, scoring their biggest victory over the well-known anchor of a vict ...

                                               

1880–81 Hibernian F.C. season

Hibs reached the third round of the Scottish Cup, losing 5–3 to Edinburgh derby rivals Hearts. The match was played in the Powderhall area of Edinburgh.

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