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1996 Southwest Conference baseball season

                                               

1996 Trans America Athletic Conference baseball season

                                               

Basketball at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Mens team rosters

The following players represented Angola: Victor de Carvalho. (Виктор де Карвальо) Angelo Victoriano. (Анджело Викториано) David Dias. (Давид Диаш) Justino Victoriano. (Жустину Викториано) Benjamim João Romano. (Жоау Benjamim Романо) Jose Carlos ...

                                               

Basketball at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Womens team rosters

The following players represented Australia: Robyn Maher. (Робин Махер) Fiona Robinson-Hannan. (Фиона Робинсон-Ханнан) Rachael Sporn. (Рэчел Спорни) Trisha Fallon. (Триша Фэллон) Michele Timms. (Мишель Тиммс) Allison Cook-Tranquilli. (Эллисон Кук ...

                                               

1996 Summer Olympics basketball convenience templates

                                               

1996 Basketball Olympic squad templates

                                               

Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Mens time trial

These are the official results of the mens individual time trial at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. There were a total number of 40 participants, with two non-starters and one non-finisher, in this inaugural Olympic event over 52 ki ...

                                               

Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Mens individual road race

These are the official results of the mens individual road race at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, held on July 31, 1996. There were 184 participants in the race over 221.85 km, with 116 cyclists finishing.

                                               

UEFA Euro 1996 squad navigational boxes

                                               

1997 Pennzoil 200

The 1997 Pennzoil 200 was the ninth round of the 1996–1997 Indy Racing League. The race was held on August 17, 1997 at the 1.058 mi New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire.

                                               

1997 Phoenix 200

The 1997 Phoenix 200 was the fourth round of the 1996–1997 Indy Racing League. The race was held on March 23, 1997, at the 1.000 mi Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Arizona, and was won by the unheralded Jim Guthrie, who raced unsponsor ...

                                               

1997 Samsonite 200

The 1997 Samsonite 200 was the seventh round of the 1996–1997 Indy Racing League. The race was held on June 29, 1997, at the 1.000 mi Pikes Peak International Raceway in Fountain, Colorado.

                                               

1997 True Value 500

The 1997 True Value 500 was the sixth round of the 1996–1997 Indy Racing League season. The race was held on June 7, 1997, at the 1.500 mi Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas, and it marked the first American open-wheel superspeedway night ...

                                               

1997 VisionAire 500

The 1997 VisionAire 500 was the eighth round of the 1996–1997 Indy Racing League. The race was held on July 26, 1997, at the 1.500 mi Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.

                                               

Penske PC-25

The Penske PC-25 was a CART racing car that competed in the 1996 IndyCar season with Marlboro Team Penske and Hogan Penske Racing. It was designed by Nigel Bennett.

                                               

Williams FW18

The Williams-Renault FW18 is a Formula One car designed by Patrick Head and Adrian Newey for the Williams F1 team for the 1996 Formula One season. Powered by a 3.0 litre Renault V10 engine, the FW18 drew heavily on the 1995 Williams car, the FW17 ...

                                               

1996 MotoGP race reports

                                               

1996 British Speedway Championship

The 1996 British Speedway Championship was the 1996 edition of the British Speedway Championship. The Final took place on 28 April at Brandon in Coventry, England. The Championship was won by Joe Screen, who won the A Final ahead of Chris Louis, ...

                                               

1996 Speedway Grand Prix

The 1996 Speedway Grand Prix season was the second season in the Speedway Grand Prix era and was used to determine the Speedway World Champion. Grand Prix series was won by Billy Hamill, it was his first and only World Champion title.

                                               

1996 Speedway World Team Cup

The final of the 1996 Speedway World Team Cup, the annual international speedway world championship tournament, took place on 15 September at the Diedenbergen stadium in Germany. The winners were the Poland team.

                                               

1996 Speedway Grand Prix

                                               

Ice hockey at the 1996 Asian Winter Games

                                               

1996 Bradford Bulls season

The 1996 Bradford Bulls season was the 90th in the clubs history. Coached by Brian Smith and captained by Robbie Paul the newly branded Bradford Bulls competed in Super League I. The Bulls finished the regular season in 3rd place and made the sem ...

                                               

1996 Castleford Tigers season

The 1996 Castleford Tigers season was the clubs 1st year in the Super League. The club finished in 9th place. Castleford also competed in the Challenge Cup, but were knocked out in the Fourth Round by St. Helens.

                                               

1996 Halifax Blue Sox season

The 1996 Halifax Blue Sox season was the clubs first season in the Super League. Coached by Steve Simms, the Halifax Blue Sox competed in Super League I and finished in 6th place. The club also reached the quarter final of the Challenge Cup.

                                               

1996 Leeds RLFC season

The 1996 Leeds RLFC season was the clubs the first season in the newly formed Super League. Coached by Dean Bell, the club competed in Super League I and finished in 10th place. The club also competed in the 1996 Challenge Cup, and were knocked o ...

                                               

1996 London Broncos season

The 1996 London Broncos season was the clubs first season in the Super League. Coached by Tony Currie, the Broncos competed in Super League I and finished in 4th place. The club also reached the fourth round of the Challenge Cup.

                                               

1996 Oldham Bears season

The 1996 Oldham Bears season was the clubs first season in the Super League. Coached by Andy Goodway, the Oldham Bears competed in Super League I and finished in 8th place. The club also reached the fourth round of the Challenge Cup.

                                               

1996 St Helens RLFC season

The 1996 St Helens RLFC season was the 101st season in the clubs rugby league history and the first season in the Super League. Coached by Shaun McRae, the Saints competed in Super League I and finished in 1st place, and also went on to win the 1 ...

                                               

1996 Warrington Wolves season

The 1996 Warrington Wolves season was the 102nd season in the clubs rugby league history and the first season in the Super League. Coached by John Dorahy, the Warrington Wolves competed in Super League I and finished in 5th place. The club also r ...

                                               

1996 Wigan RLFC season

The 1996 Wigan season was the 101st season in the clubs rugby league history and the first season in the newly formed Super League. Coached by Graeme West and captained by Shaun Edwards, Wigan competed in Super League I and finished in 2nd place, ...

                                               

Central Queensland Capras players

                                               

Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles players

                                               

1996 Northern Transvaal Currie Cup season

In 1996 the Northern Transvaal changed their name to the Blue Bulls. In the 1996 season the Blue Bulls recorded a 147-8 victory over SWD Eagles that remains the highest score in Currie Cup history.

                                               

1996 Super 12 season by team

                                               

1973–74 Winnipeg Jets season

Note: GP= Games played, G= Goals, A= Assists, PTS = Points, PIM = Points Note: GP= games min = minutes, since W= Wins, l= losses, T = ties, so = shadowtm, GAA = goals against

                                               

1974–75 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1974–75 Winnipeg Jets season was the Jets third season of operation in the World Hockey Association. The club finished third in the Canadian Division and missed the playoffs.

                                               

1975–76 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1975–76 Winnipeg Jets season was the Jets fourth season of operation in the World Hockey Association. After qualifying first in the Canadian Division, the Jets then proceeded to win three rounds of the playoffs to win their first Avco Cup, sw ...

                                               

1976–77 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1976–77 Winnipeg Jets season was the Jets fifth season of operation in the World Hockey Association. The Jets, the defending WHA champions, made it to the Avco Cup final before losing to the Quebec Nordiques.

                                               

1977–78 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1977–78 Winnipeg Jets season was the Jets sixth season of operation in the World Hockey Association. The Jets, finalists in 1977, qualified first for the playoffs and the championship against the New England Whalers in the Final. It was the J ...

                                               

1978–79 Winnipeg Jets season

Hillman was fired 61 games into the season. Three days later, Tom McVie took over and coached the remaining 19 games and guided the team to a 3rd-place finish in the league, which due to the leagues dwindling fortunes meant that the top five team ...

                                               

1979–80 Winnipeg Jets season

After spending seven seasons in the World Hockey Association, in which the team won three Avco Cup championships, the Winnipeg Jets joined the National Hockey League, as did the Edmonton Oilers, Hartford Whalers and Quebec Nordiques, as the WHA d ...

                                               

1980–81 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1980–81 Winnipeg Jets season was the Winnipeg Jets second season in the National Hockey League. In the 1980-81 season they finished fifth in the NHLs Smythe Division. The team scored 246 goals and conceded 400 goals. The Jets won 9 games, los ...

                                               

1981–82 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1981–82 Winnipeg Jets season was the teams third season in the National Hockey League and tenth season overall. The clubs on-ice performance vastly improved compared to the previous season when the Jets won only nine games. The Jets finished ...

                                               

1982–83 Winnipeg Jets season

After a very successful 1981-82 season, in which the club made the playoffs for the first time since joining the NHL in 1979, the Jets had a quiet off-season. With the Colorado Rockies moving to East Rutherford, New Jersey and becoming the New Je ...

                                               

1983–84 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1983–84 Winnipeg Jets season was the 12th season of the Winnipeg Jets, their fifth season in the National Hockey League. The Jets placed fourth in the Smythe to qualify for the playoffs. The Jets lost to the Edmonton Oilers in the first round.

                                               

1984–85 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1984–85 Winnipeg Jets season was the 13th season of the Winnipeg Jets, sixth season in the National Hockey League. The Jets set an NHL record for most 30-goal scorers in a season and placed second in the Smythe Division to qualify for the pla ...

                                               

1985–86 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1985–86 Winnipeg Jets season was the 14th season of the Winnipeg Jets, their seventh season in the National Hockey League. General Manager John Ferguson replaced coach Barry Long late in the season and guided the club on an interim basis to a ...

                                               

1986–87 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1986–87 Winnipeg Jets season was the 15th season of the Winnipeg Jets, their eighth in the National Hockey League. The Jets placed third in the Smythe Division to qualify for the playoffs. The Jets defeated the Calgary Flames in the first rou ...

                                               

1987–88 Winnipeg Jets season

The 1987–88 Winnipeg Jets season was the 16th season of the Winnipeg Jets, their ninth season in the National Hockey League. The Jets placed third in the Smythe to qualify for the playoffs. The Jets lost to the Edmonton Oilers in the first round.

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