The Classification of Territorial Units for Statistics, is a geocode standard for referencing the administrative divisions of countries for statistical purposes. The standard was developed by the European Union. There are three levels of NUTS defined, with two levels of local administrative units below. Depending on their size, not all countries have every level of division. One of the most extreme cases is Luxembourg. Below are the first-level NUTS regions of the European Union. Below are the first-level NUTS regions of former member states of the European Union. Local government Regional policy of the European Union Region Europa – Eurostat – Regions Overview maps of the NUTS and Statistical Regions of Europe – Overview map of EU Countries – NUTS level 1 The 104 NUTS-1 EU Regions of 2016 to present
Fazliddin Gaibnazarov is an Uzbek professional boxer fighting at lightweight. As an amateur, in 2015 he earned silver medals at the world and Asian championships, in 2016 won a gold medal at the Rio Olympics. In the round of 32, Gaibnazarov defeated Yhyacinthe Mewoli Abdon 11–6, he beat Jose Ramírez 15–11 in the round of 16. He lost in the quarterfinals to Han Soon-Chul 13–16. Gaibnazarov won the gold medal in the 2016 Rio Olympics in the light welterweight division, he defeated Dival Malonga of the Republic of Congo in the round of 32, Manoj Kumar of India in the round of 16, Gary Antuanne Russell of the United States in the quarterfinals, Vitaly Dunaytsev of Russia in the semifinals, Lorenzo Sotomayor Collazo of Azerbaijan in the finals to win the gold medal. Gaibnazarov turned professional at the age of 25 when he signed with Top Rank on 17 March 2017 on a multi-year deal. Gaibnazarov, speaking to ESPN, praised Top Rank saying, "Top Rank is the best promotional company in the world, I always want to be with the best.
Thank you, Top Rank, Bob Arum, for giving me this opportunity and letting me show and prove in the ring my ability to fight as a professional." Top Rank's vice president Carl Moretti announced that Gaibnazarov would make his debut as a lightweight at the StubHub Center in Carson, California on 22 April in an 8 round bout. On his debut, he fought Victor Vazquez. Gaibnazarov was dropped in the opening round after just 20 seconds, he recovered well and stopped Vazquez after 1 minute, 28 seconds of round 2. Speaking to a translator, he said, "I was a little bit hurried in the first round because it was my debut. I didn't feel comfortable. After I came to the corner, my trainers told me what to do and I followed their instructions, you see how it came out." It was the first time. Gaibnazarov's next fight took place 29 days on the Terence Crawford vs. Félix Díaz undercard at Madison Square Garden in New York City against Agustine Mauras. Gaibnazarov was taken the full 8 round distance, he threw straight lefts and right hooks throughout the 8 rounds.
Gaibnazarov next appeared at the Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona on 22 September 2017 against Mexican boxer Victor Rosas. Gaibnazarov applied pressure, landing clean shots, however was unable to stop Rosas, winning the bout on all three scorecards 80-72 to remain undefeated. On 12 October it was announced that he would appear on the undercard of Vasyl Lomachenko vs. Guillermo Rigondeaux on 9 December at the Madison Square Garden Theater in New York City. Unbeaten lightweight prospect Steven Ortiz was confirmed as his opponent, however the fight did not take place. Gaibnazarov's next fight did take place on the undercard of Lomachenko, for his fight against Jorge Linares at the Madison Square Garden on 12 May 2018, his opponent was Mexican boxer Jesus Silveira. The fight ended in round 4; the first knockdown came with a two-punch combination and the second came with a left hand, which he was landed clean most of the fight. The time of stoppage was 5 seconds, he became the first boxer to stop Silveira.
Professional boxing record for Fazliddin Gaibnazarov from BoxRec Fazliddin Gaibnazarov at AIBA Fazliddin Gaibnazarov at the International Olympic Committee Fazliddin Gaibnazarov at the Olympic Channel Fazliddin Gaybnazarov at Olympics at Sports-Reference.com
Norwich CEYMS Football Club is an English football club based in Swardeston, near Norwich, in Norfolk. They play in the Premier Division of the Anglian Combination, having played in the Eastern Counties League, it has been suggested that the world's oldest football song, "On The Ball, City", was used for CEYMS before being adopted by Norwich City. The club is affiliated to the Norfolk County FA. Formed by the local branch of the Church of England Young Men's Society on 22 August 1888, the club was known locally as "Churches", they won the Norfolk Senior Cup in 1891–92 and 1896–97. In 1897 they were founder members of the Norfolk & Suffolk League, winning it in 1899–1900, losing only a single match, they won the Senior Cup three times in a row between 1900 and 1902. Frustrated by a perceived lack of ambition, in 1902 the team's captain and vice-captain left to form a new club, Norwich City, which joined the Norfolk & Suffolk League. City finished above CEYMS in their first season, although CEYMS won the league again in 1906–07 and 1910–11, Norwich City went on to become the dominant team in Norwich.
The club won the Norfolk & Suffolk League again in 1935–36, joined the Eastern Counties League in 1937 and finished eighth in 1937–38 and twelfth in 1938–39. The 1939–40 season was abandoned due to the outbreak of World War II, due to the high travelling costs the club left the league before it resumed in 1946, rejoining the Norfolk & Suffolk League, they were invited to rejoin the Eastern Counties League in 1963, but after accepting the offer, it was turned down. When the Norfolk & Suffolk League merged into the Anglian Combination in 1964 they were placed in the Premier Division, but were relegated to Division One at the end of the 1969–70 season, to Division Two at the end of 1973–74, they were promoted back to Division One in 1984–85, but were relegated at the end of the following season. In 2005 -- 06 CEYMS were promoted to Division Two. However, they were relegated the following season. In 2007–08 they won Division Three to make an immediate return to Division Two. CEYMS gained promotion to Division One at the end of the 2010–11 season.
In 2012–13 the club won Division One with a record points total, earning promotion to the Premier Division. The club played at "The Rec" on Earlham Road, a ground which reportedly included the best cycle track in England. After World War II they moved to Norwich City's old Newmarket Road ground, now owned by Town Close School, they remained at the site until the school required the ground for its own use, at which point they moved to another ground on Newmarket Road known as the Civil Service Ground. In 1988 they relocated to their current site in Swardeston. Norfolk & Suffolk League Champions 1899–00, 1906–07, 1910–11, 1935–36 Norfolk Senior Cup Winners 1891–92, 1896–97, 1899–1900, 1901–02, 1903–04 East Anglian Cup Winners 1984–85 Anglian Combination Division One champions 2012–13 Division Two champions 1985–86, 2010–11 Division Three champions 2007–08 FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round 1906–07 Norwich CEYMS at the Football Club History Database