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Quartz Mountains

The Quartz Mountains are an extension of the Wichita Mountains in the far southwestern part of the state of Oklahoma. According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the range was originally formed about 550 million years ago as a ...

                                               

Ragged Mountain (Connecticut)

Ragged Mountain, est. 761 feet, is a traprock mountain ridge located 3 miles west of New Britain, Connecticut in the town of Southington and Berlin, Connecticut. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound ...

                                               

Rocktown (Georgia)

Rocktown, Georgia is the colloquial name for an outcropping of sandstone boulders on the Appalachian Plateau in northwest Georgia. It comprises of several acres of large sandstone boulders; the average size is 30 to 40 feet high. Every boulder ha ...

                                               

West Hartford Reservoir

The West Hartford Reservoir recreation area is located on the western edge of West Hartford, Connecticut and 2.5 miles northeast of Farmington, Connecticut. There are six large reservoirs along the eastern part of the park and a paved cycling tra ...

                                               

Edith Kanakaole Multi-Purpose Stadium

                                               

Granlibakken

Granlibakken is a conference center and lodge that operates year-round one mile southwest of Tahoe City, California. The resort has 190 rooms and 16.000 square feet of meeting space, and occupies a historic location on Lake Tahoe’s northwest shor ...

                                               

Howelsen Hill Ski Area

Howelsen Hill Ski Area is a small ski area located on Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. It is not a typical alpine ski area, as it includes a series of ski jumps, the largest with hill size at 127 metres.

                                               

Joppenbergh Mountain

Joppenbergh Mountain is a nearly 500-foot mountain in Rosendale Village, a hamlet in the town of Rosendale, in Ulster County, New York. The mountain is composed of a carbonate bedrock overlain by glacially deposited material. It was named after R ...

                                               

McSorley Hill

McSorley Hill was a ski jumping hill located in Red Wing, Minnesota, United States, opened in 1887 and was in use until the late 1920s. Owned by the Aurora Ski Club, it had a K-point at 30 m. Two world records in ski jumping were set at McSorley ...

                                               

Nansen Ski Jump

Nansen Ski Jump, also known as The Big Nansen and The Sleeping Giant, is a ski jump located along Route 16 in Milan, New Hampshire. Built in 1936, it was the largest ski jump of its time. It is now within the Nansen Ski Jump State Historic Site, ...

                                               

Snowflake Ski Jump

The Snowflake Ski Jump is a ski jumping hill north of Westby, Wisconsin, United States, in Timber Coulee. It is host to a ski jumping tournament that has taken place annually since 1961. The hill, the seventh-largest in North America, is categori ...

                                               

Highlands Natural Pool

The Highlands Natural Pool is in Ringwood, New Jersey, United States. This swimming pool is located in the Wyanokie Highlands adjacent to the Norvin Green State Forest. The pool is a stream-fed non-chemically-treated swimming pond with stone reta ...

                                               

Rock Lake Pool

Rock Lake Pool was an outdoor swimming pool located in South Charleston, West Virginia operating from 1942 to 1985. Being 550 feet long, it was billed as "the largest and most beautiful pool in the East." The pool was built in an old rock quarry ...

                                               

Venetian Pool

Venetian Pool is a historic U.S. public swimming pool located in Coral Gables, Florida. Completed in 1924, it was designed by Phineas Paist with Denman Fink.

                                               

American Eagles track and field

                                               

College cross country teams in the United States

                                               

College field hockey teams in the United States

                                               

College beach volleyball coaches in the United States

                                               

NCAA Bowling Championship

The NCAA Bowling Championship is a sanctioned womens championship in college athletics. Unlike many NCAA sports, only one championship is held each season with teams from Division I, Division II, and Division III competing together. Sixteen teams ...

                                               

College cross country coaches in the United States

                                               

Coastal Collegiate Sports Association

The Coastal Collegiate Sports Association is an NCAA Division I college athletic conference. Established in 2008, the Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association CCSA was originally developed by four regional Division I conferences - the Atlantic Sun ...

                                               

Wyoming Cowboys and Cowgirls swimming coaches

                                               

College track and field coaches in the United States

                                               

Purdue Boilermakers track and field

                                               

American college track and field templates

                                               

Keith Carey

Keith Emrey Carey was an American professional basketball player. He played for the Flint Dow A.C.s in the National Basketball League during the 1947–48 season and averaged 3.0 points per game. In college, Carey lettered in football, basketball, ...

                                               

William Coady

William F. Coady was an American basketball official, coach, and player. Coady played guard for the East Boston Catholic Literature Associations basketball team, which traveled the eastern United States playing clubs such as the Buffalo Germans a ...

                                               

James Crowley (basketball coach)

James Crowley was the coach of the Boston College Eagles mens basketball team from the 1905 until basketball was dropped in 1907. He had an 8-21 record in his two seasons as BC basketball coach. His.276 winning percentage in the lowest winning pe ...

                                               

George Hotchkiss

George Henry Hotchkiss was an American professional basketball coach for the Oshkosh All-Stars in the United States National Basketball League. He was the NBL Coach of the Year in 1940–41. During Hotchkiss tenure, the All-Stars transitioned from ...

                                               

Sam Lifschultz

Samuel E. Lifschultz was an American professional basketball coach for the Chicago Bruins, leading the franchises first season in the United States National Basketball League. He coached for just the 1939–40 season in which the team finished with ...

                                               

Peter Salzberg

After a playing both basketball and golf at Columbia, Salzberg worked for the Associated Press for two years before being hired as the Columbia freshman basketball team coach by Jack Rohan in 1967. Salzberg would also serve as the universitys gol ...

                                               

United States mens national basketball team navigational boxes

                                               

United States mens national basketball team templates

                                               

United States womens national basketball team templates

                                               

Baltimore Stallions

                                               

International field hockey competitions hosted by Puerto Rico

                                               

United States field hockey Olympics team navigational boxes

                                               

Reserve soccer teams in the United States

                                               

United States national soccer team navigational boxes

                                               

Olympic synchronized swimmers of the United States

                                               

Uruguay Basketball Olympics squad navigational boxes

                                               

Uruguay Olympic football team

Uruguay Olympic football team represents Uruguay in international football competitions in Olympic Games. The selection is limited to players under the age of 23, except three overage players. The team is controlled by the Asociacion Uruguaya de ...

                                               

Uruguay national under-17 football team

The Uruguay national U-17 football team is the representative of Uruguay within all FIFA sponsored tournaments that pertain to that age level. Uruguay has participated in 6 of 17 FIFA U-17 World Cup events.

                                               

Uruguay national under-20 football team

Uruguay national under-20 football team represents Uruguay in international football competitions such as FIFA U-20 World Cup and the South American Youth Football Championship.

                                               

Uruguay at the FIFA World Cup

This is a record of Uruguays results at the FIFA World Cup. Uruguay have won four FIFA-organized World Football Championships. They won the first World Championship organized by FIFA under the Olympic Committee umbrella with true representation f ...

                                               

Uruguay at the FIFA Confederations Cup

                                               

Uruguay national football team matches

                                               

Uruguay Olympic football team

                                               

Uruguay at the FIFA World Cup

                                               

Uruguay national football team navigational boxes

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