Gregory Shane Helms is an American professional wrestler signed to WWE as a producer. He is best known for his time with World Wrestling Entertainment, where he wrestled as The Hurricane, Gregory Helms, Hurricane Helms and for his time with World Championship Wrestling, where he wrestled as "Sugar" Shane Helms. Helms first began wrestling in 1991 at the age of 17, wrestled in numerous independent promotions, including the Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts, winning numerous light heavyweight and tag team championships. In 1999, he signed with WCW, gained fame as "Sugar" Shane Helms, a member of 3 Count. During his time there he won both the WCW Hardcore Championship and the WCW Cruiserweight Championship; when WCW was bought by the World Wrestling Federation, Helms' contract was kept by WWF. Helms won the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, he picked up a sidekick and they won the World Tag Team Championship together. He dropped the superhero gimmick in 2005, began wrestling under his real name.
He once again won the Cruiserweight Championship in early 2006, held it for over a year, becoming the longest reigning Cruiserweight Champion and the longest reigning champion of any kind in SmackDown history. After being out of action for over a year after neck fusion surgery Helms returned to SmackDown in September 2008, referring to himself as Hurricane Helms, before moving to the ECW brand where he reverted to his Gregory Helms name, became the backstage interviewer. In mid-2009, he brought back The Hurricane character, appeared as both Gregory Helms and The Hurricane on the ECW brand. After the ECW brand ended, Helms was released by WWE in February 2010, however he returned as a surprise entrant in the 2018 Royal Rumble match. Helms began wrestling at the age of 17 in 1991, he won his first championship shortly afterwards, by defeating "Playboy" T. C. Cruise to become the Southern Wrestling Alliance Light Heavyweight Champion. Helms spent the majority of his early career in his home state of North Carolina, winning numerous light heavyweight championships.
Helms began calling himself "The Show" Shane Helms, teamed with "Big Daddy" Mike Maverick using the team name Assault and Battery. They dubbed themselves The Serial Thrillaz, won several independent tag championships; the pair began wrestling in the Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts, founded by The Hardy Boyz. The Serial Thrillaz won the OMEGA Tag Team Championship twice between 1997 and 1998, before they began competing for Southern Championship Wrestling, they won the SCW Tag Team Championship, Helms won the SCW Heavyweight Championship. SCW would mark the end of the Serial Thrillaz, as Helms vacated both titles before moving on to NWA Worldwide. Once there, Helms joined the Bad Street Boys with Shannon Moore, Christian York, Joey Matthews. Helms and his friend Shannon Moore signed with World Championship Wrestling in May 1999. In WCW, along with Moore and Evan Karagias, formed the heel stable 3 Count, the trio debuted on the December 23 episode of WCW Thunder; the trio was a parody of the boy bands'N Sync and the Backstreet Boys, their gimmick involved making music videos and performing songs before their matches.3 Count collectively won the WCW Hardcore Championship on WCW Monday Nitro in February 2000.
This win made 3 Count the first trio to win the Hardcore Championship. At Uncensored, Brian Knobbs defeated all members of 3 Count to win the Hardcore Championship. During a match, Helms suffered a broken nose, was sidelined while he recovered. Upon his return, Tank Abbott had been added to the group, as a fan, was utilized in an enforcer role. 3 Count had a long-running feud with The Jung Dragons, with the Dragons attempting to steal 3 Count's fictional recording contract. This led to a ladder match between the two teams at New Blood Rising, which 3 Count won due to Abbott's interference; as a result, Abbott claimed that he should be the lead singer of 3 Count, was kicked out by the other three members, leading to a feud.3 Count disbanded as Moore and Helms kicked Karagias out of the group for attempting to steal the spotlight. At the same time, the Jung Dragons turned on Jamie Noble; the three teams met in a Triangle match at Mayhem. They wrestled each other in a number one contendership ladder match at Starrcade, to earn a WCW Cruiserweight Championship match, in which both Moore and Helms grabbed the contract at the same time.
As a result, they wrestled for the opportunity to wrestle for the championship, which Helms won, although he lost the subsequent championship match to Chavo Guerrero at the Sin pay-per-view. Moore and Helms would leave WCW in 2001 to wrestle in NWA Wildside, where they held the Wildside Tag Team Championship for one day. Helms became the number one contender for the Cruiserweight Championship after winning a match at SuperBrawl Revenge, but was attacked by Karagias and Moore afterwards. Despite the attack, Helms would go on to defeat Guerrero for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship at Greed and was the reigning Cruiserweight Champion before WCW was bought out by the World Wrestling Federation. Helms' contract with WCW was one of twenty-five that were included in WWF's purchase of WCW. Helms made his WWF debut on the July 5, 2001 episode of SmackDown!, using the name "Hollywood" Gregory Helms. He was part of the Invasion storyline as a member of The Alliance losing his Cruiserweight Championship in a one-on-one match to another Alliance member, Billy Kidman.
Helms began wrestling as "The Hurricane" on A
Terry Eliot Tornek is an American politician, the mayor of Pasadena, California. He served on the Pasadena City Council. On April 21, 2015, he defeated City Councilmember Jacque Robinson in the general election to replace Bill Bogaard, the longest-serving mayor in Pasadena's history. Tornek was born to Gertrude Slotkin Tornek in New York City, he was an urban renewal representative with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development in New York City from 1968 to 1969. On November 23, 1945, Tornek was born in New York. Tornek graduated from Princeton University with a degree in international affairs and from Columbia University with a degree in urban planning. In the late 1970s, Tornek's career started in politics serving in the city council of Springfield, Massachusetts. Tornek served on the City of Pasadena planning department from 1982 to 1985, where he was involved in the revitalization of Old Pasadena, which included remodeling of the historic buildings and transformed into a tourist destination with eateries and shops and it became a National Landmark today.
He worked in the private sector as a developer and planning director. Elected to the City Council as a council member to the 7th District in 2009 and re-elected in 2013. Tornek serves on the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, the group that operates Hollywood Burbank Airport, representing Pasadena, as well as on the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments. In 1967, Tornek married Maria, they have three children. In 1970s, Tornek resided in Massachusetts. In 1982, Tornek and his family moved to California. Tornek has seven grandchildren. "City of Pasadena - April 21, 2015 - General Municipal Election". City of Pasadena, California. 21 Apr 2015. Retrieved 22 Apr 2015
Nikolai Yurievich Moroshkin is a Russian choreographer and former competitive ice dancer. With Evgenia Kosigina, he won six medals on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series and finished in the top ten at three World Junior Championships. Moroshkin began skating at the age of 5 to improve his health, took up ice dancing at 11, he began skating with Evgenia Kosigina in June 2010. Following the tryout in his hometown of Tolyatti, Moroshkin moved to train with her in Odintsovo, near Moscow, coached by Alexei Gorshkov. During the 2010–2011 season, Kosigina/Moroshkin won bronze at their first JGP event, in Courchevel, France. At their second event, in Dresden, they won a gold medal; these medals qualified them for the Junior Grand Prix Final. At the 2011 Russian Junior Championships, Kosigina/Moroshkin won the bronze medal and placed sixth at the 2011 World Junior Championships. Kosigina/Moroshkin competed in the 2011–12 Junior Grand Prix, winning silver in Latvia and bronze in Estonia, they were not assigned to Junior Worlds.
Kosigina/Moroshkin received additional coaching from Igor Shpilband in preparation for the 2012–13 season. They won a pair of silver medals at their events in Lake Placid, New York and Zagreb and finished sixth at the JGP Final in Sochi, Russia, they won silver at the 2013 Russian Junior Championships and finished sixth at the 2013 World Junior Championships. Kosigina/Moroshkin finished fourth at the 2014 Russian Junior Championships. First alternates, they joined the Russian team to the 2014 World Junior Championships after Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin withdrew. In 2017-2018, Nikolai Moroshkin worked at the Olympic School St. Petersburg with the students of the coach Roman Usatov, who works as an assistant to Evgeny Rukavicin. Since 2019, Moroshkin has been working at Tamara Moskvina Figure Skating Club with single and pair skaters. CS: Challenger Series.
Jaimie Lynn Hilfiger is an American model, business woman and socialite. She is the niece of American fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger. Jaimie Hilfiger was born on August 28, 1985 in Poughkeepsie, New York to JoAnn, a registered nurse in New York, Robert Hilfiger, a masonry contractor, her father is the younger brother of Tommy Hilfiger. She was educated at John S. Burke Catholic High School in Goshen, New York, graduated from The University of Central Florida in Orlando. Fashion 5.0 magazine July 2012 San Diego Summer Nights issue Fort Lauderdale magazine - September 2014 Cover Star of LA Fashion Judge online magazine June 2015 In 2015 Hilfiger launched the JH Collection a skincare product line by La Curcio Beauty Collections. International Fashion Model Award, 2011 2011 Hollywood F. A. M. E. Awards Hilfiger was engaged to jewelry designer Igal Dahan in November 2014. Jaimie's official Website Jaimie Lynn Hilfiger on IMDb
Bonner is a suburb in the district of Gungahlin in Canberra in Australia. The suburb is named in memory after Senator Neville Bonner, Australia's first Indigenous parliamentarian who served the people of Queensland during the years 1971-1984; the suburb is bounded by Horse Park Drive, Mulligans Flat Road, Roden Cutler Drive and is 4 km from the Gungahlin Town Centre and 16 km from the centre of Canberra. It is adjacent to the suburbs of Jacka and Forde. Settlement of the suburb began in 2010 and it had an estimated population of 6,730 at the 2016 census. Bonner is situated on the former paddocks of "Horse Park", a sheep property established in 1853 by Irish immigrants John and Ann Gillespie. From these humble beginnings, the Gillespies increased their pastoral holdings through the judicious acquisitions of neighbouring properties such as "Elm Grove", their son James Gillespie was instrumental in establishing the Mulligans Flat Public School. The remnants of the school are located in the nearby Mulligans Flat Reserve.
Gillespie was a contributor to the Goulburn Evening Penny Post under the pseudonym "The Wizard". "Horse Park" homestead, nominated for the ACT Heritage Register is situated a kilometre west in the suburb of Jacka. In the 2016 Census, there were 6,730 people in Bonner. 57.5% of people were born in Australia. The next most common countries of birth were India 9.5%, Sri Lanka 2.3%, Pakistan 2.3%, China 2.3% and Philippines 2.2%. 52.9% of people spoke only English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Hindi 3.3%, Urdu 3.3%, Punjabi 3.0%, Mandarin 2.6% and Telugu 2.5%. The most common responses for religion in Bonner were No Religion, so described 24.7%, Catholic 20.6%, Hinduism 10.4% and Islam 8.5%. A local shopping centre is positioned at the geographical centre of the suburb close to the areas designated for medium-density housing; the local Primary School is at the centre of its catchment, which comprises Bonner and the southern portion of Jacka. It adjoins playing fields. Taken together these facilities create a social nucleus for the new suburb.
A local primary school site is located at the centre of Bonner to serve Forde, to the east, Jacka to the west. The school is close to Community Facilities, the playing fields; the Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve is situated on the north-eastern edge of the suburb. In 2009 streets were named after important figures from local aboriginal communities: Lamilami, Mondalmi. Like most new Canberra suburbs, Bonner is in a cat containment area: all cats have to be kept inside the cat owner's property and within an enclosure if outside. Bonner occupies 283 hectares and at its highest point is situated is 715 metres above sea level while its lowest point on the southernmost reach is 624 metres; the suburb slopes southward towards Ginninderra Creek. Oak Hill dominates the northern horizon, 800 metres above sea level and situated on the north-west boundary of the Australian Capital Territory. Rocks in Bonner are called Canberra Formation, they are slatey shale and mudstone. A band of dacite follows a ridge in the north east direction in the western third.
Ashstone occurs on a hill top in the north west corner of Bonner
Ferry was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. As a three-year-old in 1918 she recorded a major upset when winning the 1000 Guineas at odds of 50/1, she was awarded second place in the Oaks Stakes but failed when matched against male opposition. She ended her days in Poland. Ferry was a bay mare owned by Edward Stanley, 17th Earl of Derby, she was trained throughout his career by Lord Derby’s private trainer George Lambton at the Stanley House stable at Newmarket, Suffolk. Ferry's sire Swynford was an outstanding racehorse who won the St Leger in 1910 and the Eclipse Stakes in the following year, he was better as a breeding stallion with his other offspring including Blandford, Saucy Sue and Tranquil. Ferry’s dam Gondolette has been described as “one of the most famous mares in the Stud Book”, she was the dam of Ferry’s full brother Sansovino and the direct, female-line ancestor of such notable thoroughbreds as Hyperion, Pharamond, Big Game and Snow Knight. Ferry's racing career took place during World War I.
Many racecourses were closed for the duration of the conflict and all five of the traditional British Classic Races were run at Newmarket. On 1 May the 106th running of the 1000 Guineas over one mile at Newmarket Racecourse attracted an unusually small field of eight runners; the Middle Park Stakes winner Benevente started favourite ahead of My Dear whereas Ferry, ridden by Brownie Carslake, started a 50/1 outsider. Benevente led before giving way to My Dear but Ferry took the lead in the closing stages and won "easily" by two lengths; the filly was stepped up in distance for the ten furlong Newmarket Stakes that month but ran unplaced behind the colt Somme Kiss. Ferry was moved up again in distance for the New Oaks Stakes, run over one and a half miles at Newmarket on 6 June, she came home in a dead-heat for third with Silver Bullet behind Stony Ford and My Dear, but was promoted to joint-second after Stony Ford was disqualified for causing interference. Newmarket in September saw the running of the September Stakes, a wartime substitute for the St Leger.
Ferry came home last of the five runners behind Gainsborough. In their book, A Century of Champions, based on the Timeform rating system, John Randall and Tony Morris rated Roseway an "inferior" winner of the 1000 Guineas. Ferry was retired from racing to become a broodmare for Lord Derby's stud, she was bought by Lord Beaverbrook and sold for export to Poland in 1930. She produced at least three named foals: Mayflower, a bay filly, foaled in 1922, sired by Gay Crusader. Had some influence as a broodmare in Argentina. Obol, brown filly, 1924, by Phalaris Buctouche, bay filly, 1926, by Friar Marcus Ferry is inbred 3 x 3 to Pilgrimage; this means that Ferry is inbred 4 x 4 to both The Palmer and Lady Audley