Biggs is the name of several places:

  • Biggs, California
  • Biggs Junction, Oregon
  • Biggs Army Airfield, Texas
  • Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware

For people named Biggs, see Biggs (surname)

Biggs may also refer to:

  • bigg's, a hypermarket chain in Ohio and Kentucky
  • Biggs Darklighter, a character in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  • Biggs, a recurring character in the Final Fantasy series of role-playing games
  • Biggs Furniture of Richmond, Virginia
  • Ronald Biggs, Great Train Robbery who escaped to Rio de Janeiro
  • Michael Biggs, musician, son of trainrobber Ronald Biggs

Other articles related to "biggs":

Selwyn Biggs - Cricket Career
... Biggs played for several Welsh cricket clubs, mainly for Glamorgan but turned out for Cardiff and South Wales ... On 22 June 1894, Biggs was part of the Glamorgan team to face the touring South African cricket team at the Cardiff Arms Park ... Biggs played alongside fellow rugby internationals Billy Bancroft and Ralph Sweet-Escott ...
Selwyn Biggs - Rugby Career
... Biggs followed his brother Norman when he joined Cardiff Rugby Club, the team he would represent throughout his international career ... Biggs was partnered in the half-back role with Llanelli's Ben Davies, himself a new cap and the first of six partners he would be paired with over his nine match career ... The selectors kept faith with Biggs for the next game of the Championship, away to Scotland, but switched Davies for the more experienced Fred Parfitt ...
Saïan Supa Crew - Music Videos
... 2001 "Soldat" directed by J.G Biggs 2003 "J'ai dit" directed by J.G Biggs 2005 "La patte" (feat ... directed by J.G Biggs ...
Selwyn Biggs
... Selwyn Hanam Biggs (June 1872 – 12 January 1943) was a Welsh international rugby union fly-half who played club rugby for Cardiff and county rugby for Glamorgan ... Both Biggs and his brother Norman played international rugby for Wales, though they never played in the same match for Wales together ... Biggs was described at the time as a 'certain tackler' and a 'fast, good dodger' ...