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KK Spartak Subotica

KK Spartak Subotica (Cyrillic: КК Спартак Суботица) is a professional basketball club from Subotica, Serbia. The club currently participates in the KLS.==External links==Category:Basketball teams established in 1945 read more

BC Spartak Primorye

BC Spartak Primorye (Russian: БК "Спартак-Приморье") is a Russian professional basketball club that is based in Vladivostok, Russia. It currently plays in the Russian Super League. read more

BC Spartak Saint Petersburg

BC Spartak Saint Petersburg («Спартак» Санкт-Петербург) is a Russian professional basketball team that based in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The club has been established on September 8, 1935 and was disbanded on July 31, 2014, due to financial problems, but later was reestablished.==The road to the European Cup victories==1972–73 FIBA European Cup Winner's Cup1974–75 FIBA European Cup Winner's Cup==External links==Category:Basketball teams established in 1935Category:Basketball... read more

Water Polo Club Spartak Volgograd

Water Polo Club Spartak Volgograd (in Russian: ''Клуб водного поло Спартак Волгоград/Klub Vodnogo Polo Spartak Volgograd'') or simply Spartak Volgograd is a water polo club, based in the city of Volgograd, Russia.== History ==The multi-parent club has a very recent history, having been founded in 1994. The water polo department was born, however, only in 1996, composed of students of the State University of Volgograd Pedagogical and faculty of physical education. Nevertheless,... read more

ŽFK Spartak Subotica

ŽFK Spartak Subotica (Serbian Cyrillic: ЖФК Спартак Суботица) is women's football team from Subotica, Serbia. The team has won six national championships, including five in a row from 2011 to 2015. It also has appeared in the UEFA Women's Champions League.==History==In May 1970 employees of the railway company Željezničar established a women's football club of the same name in Subotica, which became a member of the sports association Jovan Mikic Spartak. ŽFK Željezničar won... read more

Kseniia Levkovska

Kseniia Levkovska at the U23 World Championship triathlon in Budapest, 2010.Kseniia Levkovska, Ukrainian Ксенія Левковська (patronymic: Юріївна), born 13 October 1989 in Kharkiv (Ukrainian: Харків), is a professional Ukrainian triathlete and reserve member of the National Team.Levkovska is decorated with the title ''Master of Sports'' and placed fifth at the Ukrainian (Elite) Championships of the year 2010.At the Ukrainian Summer Games in Yelistratova's hometown Zhytomir... read more

Georgi Dermendzhiev

Georgi Nikolov Dermendziev (; born 4 January 1955) is a Bulgarian former footballer and the current manager of Ludogorets Razgrad.==Coaching career==After leading Spartak Plovdiv as a head coach for one season, История на Спартак he became an assistant at Litex Lovech under Ferario Spasov. He remained in this role for several years, followed by short spells at Botev Plovdiv and Sliven.===Ludogorets Razgrad===On 31 July 2014, he replaced Stoycho Stoev following his sacking from Ludogorets... read more

FC Spartak Plovdiv

FC Spartak Plovdiv (ФК Спартак Пловдив) are a Bulgarian football club based in Plovdiv, who play in the South-Eastern V Group, the third level of Bulgarian football. Spartak currently plays its home matches at the 3,000-seat Todor Diev Stadium in the Kichuk Parizh district of Plovdiv. The stadium is named after the club's all-time greatest player Todor Diev.== History ==Spartak was founded on 15 November 1947, after being evolved from three earlier Plovdiv clubs - Levski, Septemvri... read more

Otkrytiye Arena

Otkrytiye Arena () is a multi-purpose stadium in Moscow, Russia. The venue is used mostly for football matches, hosting the home matches of Spartak Moscow and occasionally the Russian national team. It will be called Spartak Stadium during the 2018 FIFA World Cup.. FIFA. The stadium is designed with a capacity of 45,360 people.==History==The groundbreaking ceremony was held on 2 July 2007, but after that the conctruction process was delayed multiple times for different reasons. The completion of... read more

Wikipedia:WikiProject Spam/LinkReports/srpskistadioni.in.rs

Reporting statistics of link srpskistadioni.in.rs; 0 records.Below a full report on all use of the link srpskistadioni.in.rs.This list is intended to see how the external link gets used, it does not imply that involved accounts are having a conflict of interest in adding the link, or that the involved accounts are spamming the link.# 2010-03-06 23:15:36 (UTC): User (talk - contribs; 16) to FK Proleter Novi Sad ( - ) - Link: www.srpskistadioni.in.rs/prvaliga/fkproleter-novisad.* Links... read more

PFC Spartak Varna

PFC Spartak Varna () was a Bulgaria n professional football club based in professional footballVarna .Spartak was officially founded on 28 August 1918, under the name SC Sokol (Bg: Cокол, Eng: Falcon). Since its establishment, the football section of the sports club has won the championship once and has been a runner-up for the professional footballVarnaBulgarian Cup competition twice. Spartak Varna is also the first Bulgarian football club that has participated in the professional footballVarnaBulgarian... read more

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Reporting statistics of link nl.; 1 records.Below a full report on all use of this link.This list is intended to see how the external link gets used, it does not imply that involved accounts are having a conflict of interest in adding the link, or that the involved accounts are spamming the link.# 2007-12-20 06:00:10: User de:Joschi (talk - contribs) to :de:Physikalische Grundlagen der Nuklearmedizin (). Links: en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Radiation_Oncology/Physics homepage.mac.com/kieranmaher/ait/ www.nndc.bnl.gov/... read more


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