Kristof

Kristof may refer to:

People with the given name Kristof:

  • Kristof Beyens (born 1983), Belgian sprint athlete
  • Kristof Imschoot (born 1890), Belgian footballer
  • Kristof Maes (born 1988), Belgian goalkeeper
  • Kristof Ongenaet (21st century), Belgian basketball player
  • Kristof Snelders (born 1982), Belgian professional football player
  • Kristof Vizvary (born 1983), professional handball player
  • Kristof Vliegen (born 1982), Belgian tennis player

People with the surname Kristof:

  • Agota Kristof (1935–2011), Hungarian-born Swiss writer
  • Emory Kristof (born 1942), American photographer
  • Nicholas D. Kristof (born 1959), American journalist

Other articles related to "kristof":

Nicholas D. Kristof - Win A Trip With Nick Kristof Contest
2006, The New York Times launched the Win a Trip with Nick Kristof contest, offering a college student the opportunity to win a reporting trip to Africa ... From among 3,800 students who submitted entries, Kristof chose Casey Parks of Jackson, Mississippi ... In September 2006, Kristof and Parks traveled to Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, and the Central African Republic and reported on AIDS, poverty, and maternal mortality ...
Big Brother (Belgium) - Season 4
... Kristof won 50,000 Euro Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 7 Week 9 Week 11 FINAL Week 12 Kristof Nominated In Hidden House Mathousca, Peggy Douglas, Mathousca John, Vanessa No Nominations ...
Agota Kristof - Works
... Kristof's first steps as a writer were in the realm of poetry and theater (John et Joe, Un rat qui passe), aspects of her writing that did not have as great an impact as her trilogy ... In 1986 Kristof’s first novel, The Notebook appeared ... Kristof also wrote a book called L'analphabète (in English The Illiterate) and published in 2004 ...
Emory Kristof
... Emory Kristof (born November 19, 1942 ) is an American photographer ... Kristof has participated in multiple undersea expeditions with Canadian explorers Joseph MacInnis and Phil Nuytten, including the exploration of the Breadalbane, the world's ...