National Qualifying Competition

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Kazakhstan At The 2000 Summer Olympics - Canoeing - Flatwater - Men's Competition
... Men's Kayak Singles 500 m Sergey Sergin Qualifying Heat — 0147.253 (→ did not advance) Men's Kayak Singles 1,000 m Sergey Sergin Qualifying Heat — 0342.645 Semifinal — 0347.633 ...
National Vocabulary Championship - National Qualifying Competition
... school (listed under Citywide Championship) or who did not wish to take the in-school qualifying exam could compete in the National Qualifying Competition by following the below steps 1) The NVC offered an online ... and study modules were available at Or 2) Top-scoring students on the online national qualifying exam had an opportunity to advance to the regional exams, which took place at designated The Princeton ... Forty-two top scorers from the National Qualifying Competition joined the eight citywide champions at the national finals ...
2006 Allsvenskan - League Table
... C) 19 ... +22 50 2007–08 UEFA Champions League First qualifying round 2 AIK 23 ... +23 49 UEFA Cup 2007-08 First qualifying round 3 Hammarby IF 31 ... +9 2007 ... UEFA ...
2005 Allsvenskan - League Table
26 26 ... +34 53 2006–07 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round 2 IFK Göteborg 22 ... +16 49 2006–07 UEFA Cup First qualifying round 3 Kalmar FF 26 11 ...
2003 Masters (snooker) - Qualifying
... The 2002 Masters Qualifying Event was held between 21 and 31 November 2002 at Pontin's in Prestatyn, Wales ...

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