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The Izmit Open 2010 in Turkey featured 2 top-notch competitions last week from, September 16 - 19 In addition to the World Trophy with 100.000 $ prize money, wakeboarders and wakeskaters had the chance to fight for the title of European Champion 2010.<br /> In the European Championships Mike Ketellaper (NL) secured the victory before Dominik Guehrs (GER) and Steffen Vollert (GER).<br /> In the World Trophy finals Nick Davies proved once more that he is one of the best and took the title before newly crowned European Champion Mike Ketellaper (NL) and Dominik Guehrs (GER).<br /> Have a look at the course of th<br><br />
10 Apr 2012
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The World Trophy 2010 in Izmit ended with some surprising results in the Open categories. A reason for this could be the new Rixen cableway which was just finished last month. All riders were extremely pleased with the brand-new cable which appeal lies mostly in its above average height and enormous pull. This makes it possible for the riders to put even more intensity into their tricks. Thus some riders were keen to experiment and willing to take some risks on the water.<br /> This time luck was on Nick Davies' side. The British rider, who is one of the world's best, takes away the 10.000 $ cash prize for the first place and surpasses European Champion Mike Ketellapper (NL) on place 2.<br><br />
10 Apr 2012
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Nam the Man was invited to judge at the French National Championships in Royan in France in November of 2008
14 Sep 2009
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14 Apr 2010
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Substitute Fernando Llorente headed in an added-time winner as Spain were made to sweat for their 3-2 win against Saudi Arabia in Innsbruck. The friendly game at the Tivoli Stadium in Innsbruck, Tirol Austria was very well attended by fans of both the EURO 08 Champions Spain and the Saudi Arabian national team. The FIFA World Cup 2010 warm up victory should give Spain a boost of confidence heading to South Africa.
24 Jun 2010
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Like in past years everything was possible for this European Championship final with some of the world's best wakeboarders. 5 Riders had justified chances to get the title. After 2 exciting and exhausting runs Mike Ketellaper (NL) definitely showed that he still has his board under control and takes the number 1 spot for this year's European Championships. 2nd place after losing the handle on his last trick is titleholder Dominik Guehrs (GER) and Steffen Vollert (GER) took the third place after risking everything in his second run.<br><br />
10 Apr 2012
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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.
20 Apr 2006
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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.
2 Aug 2006
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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
21 Oct 2007
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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)
12 Jul 2010
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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)
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 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)
30 Aug 2009
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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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