Championship Tournament Final

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Quebec Scotties Tournament Of Hearts
... The Quebec Scotties Tournament of Hearts (French Championnat Provincial des Cœurs Scotties) is the Quebec provincial women's curling tournament ... The winning team represents Quebec at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts ...
List Of K-1 Events - List of K-1 Events - 2008 Events
... Network Prague 2008 Prague, Czech O2 Arena 2008-12-06 K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 Final Yokohama, Japan Yokohama Arena 17,823 2008-11-22 K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 in Riga Riga ...
2005 World Snooker Championship - Tournament Summary
... Eventual winner Shaun Murphy was 150–1 to win at the start of the tournament and became the first qualifier to win the tournament since Terry Griffiths in 1979 ... Mark Williams made the 6th 147 maximum break at the World Championships against Robert Milkins ... Steve Davis made his first quarter-final since 1996 ...
Villarreal CF - Notable Players
... very few Villarreal players have played at international tournaments ... contributed three players to Spain's team, which won the tournament ... The only other Villarreal player in the tournament was Nihat Kahveci, a striker for Turkey, who reached the semi-finals ...
2003 National Invitation Tournament
... The 2003 National Invitation Tournament was the 2003 edition of the annual NCAA college basketball competition ... John's tournament victory was later vacated due to use of an ineligible player ... Marcus Hatten's tournament Most Valuable Player award was also vacated ...

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