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Semih Sayginer (born 12 November 1964, Adapazari, Turkey) nicknamed Mr. Magic or the Turkish Prince, is a four-time world champion Turkish professional carom billiards player.Moving into the international arena, he won 9th place in the 1991 German Open and the 1991 Istanbul Efes Pilsen Grand Prix. Then in the 1992 Berlin World Championship, he took 8th place after beating Belgian world three-cushion billiards champion Raymond Ceulemans by 3-0.He took 3rd place in the 1993 World Billiards Championship in Berlin, and won the 1994 World Cup (Three-cushion Division). He has played in the Holland Billiards League since 1994.Sayginer was the winner of the 1998 World Billiards Championship (Three-cushion Division) held in Kemer, Antalya, Turkey by beating Cerwin Walentijn from Netherlands. In 2003, he won the championship in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, beating European champion Dick Jaspers of the Netherlands, and regained his title. He won the 2003 World Billiards Team Championship held in Monchengladbach, Germany along with his teammate Tayfun Tasdemir defeating the Greek team in the finals.On February 7, 2004 he was named "Best Billiard Player in the World for 2003" in Antwerp, Belgium. He is recorded in world billiards literature for his 42-shot technique. As of July 2006, he ranks 8th in the world players list of Union Mondiale de Billiard.Sayginer shares the world record for the highest run in three-cushion billiards of 31 with Columbian Hugo Patino who now resides in Queens in New York City.
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The hymn of the worlds best team. European champions.
19 Jun 2006
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Olympiakos European champion in the final 4 of Rome 1997. And the champions in 1999.
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The official cinema commercial (advertising) of the canoe park Markkleeberg. The main roles (characters) are played by Frank Henze and David Schröder (two times European champion’s canoe slalom (team decision))
20 Sep 2007
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European champions for 2007 in team division
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Christian Uflacker's achievements are listed below. WWW.UFLACKERACADEMY.COM offers some of the best Jiu-jitsu training in the chicagoland area. 1st Place: 1994 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1996 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1996 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1997 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1998 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1998 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1999 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1999 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2000 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2000 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 3rd Place: 2000 World Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2001 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2002 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2002 World Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2003 South American Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2004 Challenge Champion Tournament (Florianopolis, Brazil) 2nd Place: 2005 Brazilian National Teams Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2006 European Champion Tournament (Lisbon, Portugal) 2nd Place: 2006 NAGA Open Weight Tournament (Chicago, IL, USA) 3rd Place: 2007 Pan American Tournament (Los Angeles, CA, USA) 1st Place: 2007 American Nationals Tournament (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
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Christian Uflacker is a world renown BJJ black belt, and he demonstrates the proper technique for applying the Rear Naked Choke in this instructional video. We are proud to have Christian Uflacker and Marcos Estrada wear our HURT CLOTHING shirts. Competitions and Awards 1st Place: 1994 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1996 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1996 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1997 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1998 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1998 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1999 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1999 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2000 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2000 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 3rd Place: 2000 World Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2001 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2002 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2002 World Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2003 South American Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2004 Challenge Champion Tournament (Florianopolis, Brazil) 2nd Place: 2005 Brazilian National Teams Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2006 European Champion Tournament (Lisbon, Portugal) 2nd Place: 2006 NAGA Open Weight Tournament (Chicago, IL, USA) 3rd Place: 2007 Pan American Tournament (Los Angeles, CA, USA) 1st Place: 2007 American Nationals Tournament (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
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Christian Uflacker is a world renown BJJ black belt, and he demonstrates the proper technique for applying the Armbar in this instructional video. We are proud to have Christian Uflacker and Marcos Estrada wear our HURT CLOTHING shirts. Competitions and Awards 1st Place: 1994 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1996 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1996 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1997 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1998 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1998 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1999 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1999 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2000 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2000 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 3rd Place: 2000 World Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2001 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2002 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2002 World Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2003 South American Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2004 Challenge Champion Tournament (Florianopolis, Brazil) 2nd Place: 2005 Brazilian National Teams Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2006 European Champion Tournament (Lisbon, Portugal) 2nd Place: 2006 NAGA Open Weight Tournament (Chicago, IL, USA) 3rd Place: 2007 Pan American Tournament (Los Angeles, CA, USA) 1st Place: 2007 American Nationals Tournament (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
21 May 2008
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Christian Uflacker is a world renown BJJ black belt, and he demonstrates the proper technique for applying the Guillotine Choke in this instructional video. Competitions and Awards 1st Place: 1994 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1996 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1996 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1997 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1998 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1998 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1999 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 1999 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2000 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2000 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 3rd Place: 2000 World Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2001 State Champion Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2002 Brazilian National Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2002 World Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2003 South American Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2004 Challenge Champion Tournament (Florianopolis, Brazil) 2nd Place: 2005 Brazilian National Teams Tournament (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1st Place: 2006 European Champion Tournament (Lisbon, Portugal) 2nd Place: 2006 NAGA Open Weight Tournament (Chicago, IL, USA) 3rd Place: 2007 Pan American Tournament (Los Angeles, CA, USA) 1st Place: 2007 American Nationals Tournament (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
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First ever LIVE ad-vent successfully broadcast on British TV Channel 4 has staged the first ever LIVE TV commercial with an ambitious sky diving jump. The daring feat saw 18 expert sky divers successfully spell out Honda’s name in the skies above Madrid. The sky divers had just 3 minutes 10 seconds to successfully make their jump at 8:10pm on Thursday night during the commercial break. The success of the 14,000 feet jump was helped by the team’s combined wealth of sky diving experience. European Champion Phil Curtis led the way with four world champions and nine national sky diving champions on board.
30 May 2008
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US B-Ball team and the world should come join discosean21(AKA)Billy Blank and this workout video,Two more until they start to count. "I think we're in pretty good shape defensively," forward Carmelo Anthony said. "Offensively we're tuning some things up. We've got two more games before the real deal starts." Bryant harassed longtime U.S. nemesis Sarunas Jasikevicius into a miserable night and helped the Americans roll to a 120-84 victory over Lithuania on Friday night. Jasikevicius was unstoppable in a win over the United States four years ago. So Bryant, who has made it a point to defend the opponent's best perimeter threat since joining the team last summer, blanketed him in the same manner as he did Phoenix guard Leandro Barbosa of Brazil in the Olympic qualifying tournament. "Kobe's our best defender, hands down," forward Carlos Boozer said. "And Kobe takes on the challenge of guarding their best perimeter player regardless of who it is, regardless if he's a point guard, 2, 3, 4, whatever it is." Wade scored 19 points, Dwight Howard had 17, and LeBron James 15 for the Americans, who raced to a big early lead, then pulled away again after Lithuania got within single digits early in the second half. Bryant finished with 13 points, nine during the big U.S. first quarter. Wade scored 20 points last week against Canada in his first action since March, when the Miami Heat shut him down so he could rest his surgically repaired knee. He punctuated his 7-of-9 night by going high to catch an alley-oop pass from Chris Paul and double-pump before throwing down the dunk. "He's back," Anthony said. "That's all I can say. He's back." The Americans, who shot 64 percent, swept two games here and leave Saturday for Shanghai, where they will play European champion Russia and Australia. They are averaging 118 points in exhibition play. Jasikevicius hit seven 3-pointers and scored 28 points in Lithuania's 94-90 victory over the United States during pool play four years ago, and apparently celebrated too much for one American's liking. So Bryant wasn't going to let that happen again. "He had a great game against us a few years ago, the U.S.A, and was real brash about it," Bryant said. "So it's my responsibility to bring it to him. "This is what I do," Bryant added. "I knew prior to it and they reminded me of it. So, sic the Doberman on him." Jasikevicius was just 2-of-8 from the field for nine points, with three turnovers. Rimantas Kaukenas led Lithuania with 17 points. The United States needed a quarter to warm up in its first two games, but was sharp right from the start this time. Howard had three consecutive baskets, James dunked twice, and the Americans were already up by double digits barely 2 1/2 minutes into the game. Minutes later, Bryant had two jumpers and a 3-pointer in a quick spurt that made it 24-5. Howard had 10 points, and Bryant added nine in the first 10 minutes, with the Americans opening a 31-15 lead. "We wanted to just set the tone defensively," Anthony said. "I think it started with Dwight early in the game. He got it going on the defensive end, which led over to the offensive end. Once he holds it down in the middle like that, we feed off of that." Lithuania kept the deficit in the teens from there, then opened the second half with a flurry of 3-pointers to make it a game. Jasikevicius had a rare open look and hit the final one to cut the U.S. lead to 61-52 with 7:10 remaining in the third quarter, but the Americans immediately blew it open again. Anthony, Howard and James combined for the next 12 U.S. points, everything coming from inside, to make it 73-55, and Lithuania was never close again. Every U.S. player scored. The United States rebounded from its loss in 2004 to beat Lithuania for the bronze medal. Jasikevicius also nearly led Lithuania to a stunning victory four years earlier in Sydney, missing a 3-pointer in the closing seconds of a semifinal game as the Americans held on for an 85-83 win. Bryant never gave him a chance to get going this time. The former Indiana and Golden State point guard found little room to dribble or shoot when Bryant was near him. He missed both shots and had a turnover in the first quarter and was still frustrated long after Bryant had checked out for good, screaming at the referee after throwing up an air ball on a 3 with about 4 1/2 minutes left. "Kobe locked him up. He got a couple of open shots throughout the course of the game, but when Kobe was on him, I don't think he scored," Boozer said. "I think he was actually a little tentative to shoot the ball when Kobe was on him." Lithuania plays Turkey here Saturday and opens the Olympics against defending gold medalist Argentina on Aug. 10. Updated August 1, 2008
23 Mar 2009
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http://www.NikeWomen.com – Despite growing up in a family of sports enthusiasts, Nicola had no designs on becoming a professional athlete. Yet as she found herself wanting to push her physical limits, she fell in love with the triathlon. To Nicola, the harder the race, the bigger the rush. This mentality has served her well as she has succeeded in becoming Junior European Champion, Junior World Champion, 3rd in the Elite European Championship, and is now ranked 6th in the world. If the physical exhaustion of being a professional triathlete ever starts to feel too easy, she has a second career as a law student to fall back on. More at http://www.nikewomen.com
23 Dec 2008
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http://englishpremierleaguegoalsoverview.blogspot.com/2008/10/champions-league-group-h-zenit-st.html Football Club Zenit meets Real Madrid at home. The 9 times European Champions won by a minimal margin.
9 Feb 2009
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DONCHO KOLEV DENEV was born in the village of Chadurlii (now Sennik), near Sevlievo, on 27 December 1892, At 13, DAN KOLOFF went to Hungary, where he worked as an apprentice gardener, emigrating to America at the age of 17. In America, he got successive jobs as stevedore, miner, railway worker and metallurgist. He defeated the first professional wrestler in 1914, and went on to become a professional himself 11 years later. In his wrestling career, KOLOFF triumphed in five continents, including Australia, New Zealand, Asia. On 6 April 1936, he beat Henri Deglan in Paris, becoming European champion in free-style wrestling – a title KOLOFF kept right until he died in his native village on 26 March 1940. DAN KOLOFF lost just three of his 1,500-plus matches. DAN KOLOFF kept his Bulgarian citizenship as a Bulgaria wrestler. He is universally remembered as a giant both in spirit and physical might.
10 Nov 2008
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http://www.AllFootballTV.com Watch More Football Goals & Highlights on this Website. Spain 5-0 Belgium Goals & Highlight 05.09.09 Spain continued their seemingly unstoppable march towards next year's World Cup finals after thrashing Belgium in La Coruna to record their seventh win out of seven in Group Five. Although Spain are still not yet assured of a place in South Africa after second-placed Bosnia-Herzegovina beat Armenia 2-0 earlier in the evening, it seems only a matter of time before the European champions seal their spot as they are six points clear with three games to go. Valencia duo David Villa and David Silva both netted braces in the win, while Gerard Pique added the other. Villa also missed a first-half penalty when the game was goaless.
6 Sep 2009
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European Junior Championships Indoorcycling 2009 Carla Hochdorfer Henriette Hochdorfer Artistic Cycling Juniores Women Pair, European Champions 2009, 2008, Hallenrad-Europameisterschaften der Junioren am 22.+23. Mai 2009 in Heerlen, Niederlande Carla und Henriette Hochdorfer, 2er Kunstrad Juniorinnen, Europameister 2009, 2008. Video (c) Uwe Kränzle
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