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2002 Speedway World Cup Event 3

The 2002 Speedway World Cup Event 3 was the third race of the 2002 Speedway World Cup season. It took place on August 6, 2002 in the Arlington Stadium in Eastbourne, Great Britain.

Park Drive (cricket)

Park Drive is a cricket ground in Hartlepool, England. Although the ground used to host two or three Durham 1st XI matches each season between 1992 and 1997, the ground has not been used since for county matches. The ground has hosted 8 first-cla ...

Sport in Leeds

Leeds has a strong sporting heritage, with the Yorkshire County Cricket Club, Leeds Rhinos and Yorkshire Carnegie playing at Headingley Stadium, and Leeds United A.F.C. playing at Elland Road. The Headquarters of the Rugby Football League is base ...

Football in Leeds

The city of Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom, has several Football Clubs within its boundaries. Due to the popularity of rugby league almost all association football clubs in the city have the suffix "A.F.C." instead of the more prevalent "F ...

Silentnight Tournament

The Silentnight Tournament was a golf tournament on the British PGA circuit played in June 1965 at Moortown Golf Club, Leeds. Total prize money was £5.000. Tommy Horton led after the first day with a 68. Horton took 76 on a windy second day and d ...

Sport in Leicester

Sport in Leicester, United Kingdom includes a variety of professional and amateur sports. Professional and semi professional sports teams include: Leicester Tigers rugby union, Leicester City football, Leicester Riders basketball, Leicester Warri ...

Leicester City W.F.C.

Leicester City Women Football Club is the official English womens football club affiliated with Leicester City F.C. The club is distinct from Leicester City Ladies Football Club who are a stand-alone grassroots club. Leicester City Women won prom ...

Leicester Hunters

Speedway had operated before the war at both Leicester Stadium and the Leicester Super track. Speedway was proposed to return to Leicester in 1948 at Leicester Stadium, led by A. D. Sanderson with Roy Dook and later Bob Peett managing the team, b ...

Leicester Lion Cubs

Leicester Lion Cubs are a speedway team that was formed in November 2018 to partake and race in the National League at the Beaumont Park Sports Complex in Leicester. This team is the second and junior Leicester speedway team racing at this venue. ...

OWLS AC Leicester

The Owls Athletics Club Leicester is one of four leading athletics clubs in Leicestershire, UK. It has gained many regional and national accolades with some individual athletes representing England and Great Britain at junior and senior level. Pr ...

Boxing in Liverpool

Boxing in Liverpool, United Kingdom includes approximately 22 amateur boxing clubs which have produced notable boxers such as John Conteh, Andy Holligan, Tony Bellew, David Price, and Callum Smith. Boxers from Liverpool were a significant element ...

Liverpool Feds W.F.C.

Liverpool Feds Womens Football Club is an English womens association football club based in Liverpool, Merseyside. The first team currently plays in the FA Womens National League Division One North and during the 2019–20 season the reserve team p ...

Sport in London

In London, a diverse array of athletics stretching from football to tennis have further granted its city the spotlight throughout the world. London has hosted the Olympic Games in 1908, 1948, and most recently in 2012, making it the most frequent ...

Manchester Mystics

The Manchester Mystics is a womens basketball team from Manchester, England, who compete in the Womens British Basketball League. The team play their home games at the National Basketball Performance Centre and are the sister team of the Manchest ...

Manchester Sport and Leisure Trust

Manchester Sport and Leisure Trust is a non-profit organisation which manages sport and leisure venues in the City of Manchester, United Kingdom. MSLT was founded in 1997 and is a company limited by guarantee with charitable status with a turnove ...

Sport in Nottingham

Nottingham is home to several high-profile sports clubs. These include two notable Football League clubs in the shape of Nottingham Forest which, along with Liverpool, is one of only two clubs in England to have won consecutive European Cups and ...

Sport in Plymouth

Sport in Plymouth, Devon, England, dates back to the 19th century with its first club, Plymouth United F.C., being founded in 1886. It is the largest city in England never to have had a football team in the first tier of English football. It is h ...

Plymouth Gladiators

The Plymouth Gladiators are a speedway team in the British National League. The club was reformed after a gap of thirty-six years in 2006 by former St Austell Gulls rider Mike Bowden but folded again in 2016. The club was reformed for 2017 in the ...

Sport in Reading, Berkshire

Reading is the home of Reading Football Club, an association football club nicknamed The Royals, formed in 1871. Formerly based at Elm Park, the club plays at the 24.161 capacity Madejski Stadium, named after chairman Sir John Madejski. After win ...

Figwort Family

The Scrophulariaceae are a family of flowering plants, commonly known as the figwort family. The plants are annual and perennial herbs, as well as one genus of shrubs. Flowers have bilateral or rarely radial symmetry. The Scrophulariaceae have a ...

Sport in Sheffield

Sheffield has a long history of involvement in sport. Although cricket was the first organised sport, it has gradually been supplanted by football. Both the main two local football teams grew out of cricket teams. Sheffield can claim many firsts ...

Sheffield & Hallamshire Minor Cup

The Sheffield & Hallamshire Minor Cup was a county cup competition organised by the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Football Association from 1882 to 1896.

Sheffield & Hallamshire County Cup

The Sheffield & Hallamshire County Cup was a county cup competition involving the professional sides within the Sheffield and Hallamshire County Football Association. It ran from 1920/21 to the mid-1990s, with several gaps between tournaments. El ...

Sheffield International Venues

SIV is a facilities management company based in Sheffield, England that operates a number of sporting and entertainment facilities in that city. It is a fully owned subsidiary of the not-for-profit Sheffield City Trust, and serves as its operatio ...

2002 Speedway World Cup Event 1

The 2002 Speedway World Cup Event 1 was the first race of the 2002 Speedway World Cup season. It took place on August 4, 2002 in the Sheffield Sports Stadium in Sheffield, Great Britain.

Wharncliffe Charity Cup

The Wharncliffe Charity Cup was an invitational cup competition organised by the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Football Association from 1878 to 1984. The competition took its name from the Earl of Wharncliffe, who sponsored the event, and was h ...

Flowering banana

Musa ornata, the flowering banana, is one of more than 50 species of banana in the genus Musa of the family Musaceae. Most of these species are large tropical evergreen perennials, mainly from lowland areas with high temperature and humidity. Mus ...

Grand Central Stockport

Grand Central Stockport is a retail, entertainment and leisure complex in Stockport, Greater Manchester. It is adjacent to Stockport railway station and the complex first opened in 1991. Since then it has included various leisure facilities such ...

Stoke Potters

In the late 1940s, early 1950s and the early 1960s, the club was based in Sun Street in Hanley, and were originally known as the Hanley Potters who attracted crowds of over 12.000. But they became the Stoke Potters when the five towns merged to b ...

Wolverhampton Wolves

Wolverhampton Wolves are a British speedway team based in Wolverhampton, England. They are sponsored by Parrys International Travel, and signed a deal with owner Dave Parry for the 2008 season onwards. The team is managed by Peter Adams and the p ...

Aberdeen International Football Festival

The Aberdeen International Football Festival is an international association football festival in Aberdeen, Scotland. The festival was launched in 1981. Over the years, the festival has become something of an institution in the citys calendar, br ...

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