De Wilde

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Robert De Wilde - Racing Career Milestones - Career Factory and Major Bike Shop Sponsors - Professional/Elite Men
... Division)/Chevy January 1994-October 2001 Giant Bicycles Late December 2001- De Wilde's public debut on the new Giant team was the 2001 NBL Christmas Classic national on December 27, 2001 ... De Wilde says in his blog he left Staats the Tuesday before the NBL Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania nationals ... De Wilde is under contract with Redline Bicycles (now owned by the Accell Group, a Dutch company) through 2008 and will race the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China sponsored by Redline ...
France At The 1924 Winter Olympics - Speed Skating
... Men Event Athlete Race Time Rank 500 m Georges de Wilde 54.8 21 André Gegout 53.2 20 Albert Hassler 50.6 18 Léon Quaglia 48.4 1500 ... m Georges de Wilde 255.0 18 André Gegout 254.4 16 Léon Quaglia 237.0 5000 ... m ... Points Score rank Points Score rank Georges de Wilde 20 62.20 28. 131.24 39. 196.84 13 DNF André Gegout 14 53.20 23. 114.72 31. 172.85 36. 236.02 9 ...
Autumn De Wilde - Biography - Career
... De Wilde has photographed CD covers for Miranda Cosgrove, Elliott Smith, Jenny Lewis with the Watson Twins, The Raconteurs, The White Stripes, Fiona Apple, Beck, Built to Spill, Wilco ... De Wilde's live concert documentary work includes The Flaming Lips, Spoon, and the Arcade Fire ... De Wilde's photos have appeared on the cover of Spin magazine and in the pages of Rolling Stone, Filter Nylon, Los Angeles Times, Entertainment Weekly, and The New York Times ...
Etienne De Wilde
... Etienne De Wilde (born 23 March 1958 in Wetteren, East Flanders) is a Belgian former professional road bicycle racer ... De Wilde won races on the road and on the track ...
Christiaan De Wilde - Source
... Christiaan De Wilde Innogenetics appoints Christiaan De Wilde as Chief Financial Officer Innogenetics names Christiaan De Wilde as CFO from Sept 1 Persondata Name De Wilde, Christiaan Alternative names ...

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