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|The javelin throw is an athletics (track and field) throwing event where the object to be thrown is the javelin, a spear-like object made of metal, fibreglass and, in some cases, carbon fiber. Because of its potential danger, it is not always included in track and field meets. ||09/05/2006||405|
|Racers hit the Bicycle Moto-Cross track at BMX Park, complete with picnic area, playground, softball field and sand vollyball court. The three circles are adult softball fields.|
Author's Note: Under category "Auto Racing", on the assumption that the moto-cross track is an auto race track.
|The Currie Cup is an annual domestic competition for provincial rugby union teams in South Africa, contested from June through to October. The current Currie Cup format sees the competition split into two divisions||03/03/2008||472|
|The Air New Zealand Cup is New Zealand's professional domestic rugby union competition. |
It was founded in 2006 with 14 teams, after the NPC was split into two separate competitions, the Air New Zealand Cup for Pro teams and the Heartland Championship for amateur sides.
Four new teams were added to the competition - Hawke's Bay, Counties Manukau, Manawatu and the...
|Home of the FC Zurich (Soccer) and the "Golden League"-Track and Field - Meeting "Weltklasse ZŁrich"||09/03/2005||396|
|A map overlay of the Abel Tasman Coast Track, located in Abel Tasman National Park on South Islandís northern shores, is one of the DOC Great Walks. The Coast Track extends for 51km and is classified as a walking track: all streams are bridged but there are tidal crossings, which can only be crossed within a few hours either side of low tide. The track takes an average of three to five days to ...||11/28/2005||679|
|The Pura Cup (formerly known as the Sheffield Shield) is the domestic first class cricket competition in Australia. It is widely regarded as the best domestic first class competition in the world. |
Six state teams compete in the Pura Cup - New South Wales Blues, Queensland Bulls, Southern Redbacks, Tasmanian Tigers, Victorian Bushrangers & the Western Warriors.
|The AA Rewards Heartland Championship, is an amateur domestic rugby union competition in New Zealand. |
It was founded in 2006 as one of two successor competitions to the country's former domestic competition, the National Provincial Championship (NPC).
The country's 27 provincial teams were split into two separate competitions.
Thirteen of the orig...
|The African Cup of Nations is the main international football competition for CAF nations. It has been held every two years since 1968, and before that was held at irregular intervals.|
In the first African Cup of Nations in 1957, there were only three participating nations: Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia. Since then the field has grown to include almost every African nation, thus maki...
|Sree Kanteerava Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Bengaluru, Karnataka state, India. It is Bangalore's main sports stadium and several national level teams hold their training sessions here. The stadium has a capacity to hold 40,000 spectators. Most of the football matches are held here. It also includes 2 outdoor basketball courts and one indoor court where several international matches ha...||05/26/2011||349|
|In the Gottlieb Daimler Stadium the World Athletics Final took place in the days september 22nd and 23rd. 2007.|
|The cooling tower of the REW Energy AG is to be seen 20 kilometers far from all directions.|
From April to August 1994 the 130 meters high and nearly 100 meters broad cooling tower with a surface of 26,0000 square meters received a new painting.
The front is now no longer grey, but blue with an orange map of the world on it. The draft comes from the artist Christoph Rihs, which ha...