World Championships

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1974 World Ice Hockey Championships
... The 1974 Ice Hockey World Championships were the 41st Ice Hockey World Championships and the 52nd European Championships in ice hockey ... The Soviet Union won the world championships for the 13th time, and also won their 16th European title ... For the first time in ice hockey World Championship history, two players were suspended for doping ...
The Gray Goose
... At one point, the pair was ranked third in the world ... the Lexington course (slightly modified from the 1978 World Championships) as the only pair to make the time ... The finish at Rolex also won them a spot on the World Championship Team headed to Luhmuhlen, where they won the individual and team bronze at the ...
WTBA World Tenpin Bowling Championships - Previous & Future Championships
... From 2005 the men's and women's Championships have been held as separate events on alternating years ... In 2013, there will be a combined world championships, the first since 2003 ... WTBA has also announced that Abu Dhabi will host the men's world championships in 2014 and the women's world championships in 2015 ...
Magali Messmer - ITU and ETU Competitions From 1995 To 2010
... Competition Place Rank 1995-07-30 European Championships Stockholm 17 1995-11-12 World Championships Cancun 26 1996-06-10 World Cup Paris 8 1996-07-07 European ...
Jonathan Toews - International Play
... Ice hockey Winter Olympics Gold 2010 Vancouver World Championships Silver 2008 Halifax/Quebec City Gold 2007 Russia World Junior Championships Gold 2007 Sweden Gold 2006 ... He scored the game-winning goal in a 3-1 win over Canada Pacific in the championship game ... Team Canada's under-20 team at the 2006 World Junior Championships as the youngest player on the team ...

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