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Katarina Srebotnik

Katarina Srebotnik is a professional tennis player from Slovenia. She reached her career-high singles ranking of world No. 20 on 7 August 2006. On 4 July 2011, she reached. Srebotnik was a steady top-30 player for several years. However, she had her best results on the doubles circuit, winning 39 titles, including one Grand Slam title as well as five Grand Slam titles in mixed doubles; as junior, she was singles runner-up at the US Open. Srebotnik attained the second spot on the junior rankings in 1997 and 1998, she was mentored by Gabriela Sabatini. Srebotnik made her ITF debut in 1995, she won the ITF singles tournament in Zadar. In 1998, Srebotnik won her first Tour doubles title at the Makarska Open, that year was a doubles finalist at Maria Lankowitz. In 1999, her win at the ITF tournament in Dubai, gave her direct entry into her first singles Tour event at Estoril, where she became the fourth player to win her Tour debut event by defeating Rita Kuti-Kis in the final, she broke into the top 100 on April 12, 1999 at No. 88.

Srebotnik reached the semifinals at Palermo, played in her first Grand Slam main draw at Roland Garros. She won the mixed-doubles tournament with Piet Norval. Srebotnik reached her first Tier I semifinal in Tokyo at the Pan Pacific, which she lost to Sandrine Testud. On 7 February 2000, Srebotnik broke into the top 50 at No. 49. She won. Srebotnik and Križan won their only doubles title of 2001 at Hawaii, they reached their biggest doubles final of their career in Toronto at the Canadian Open by defeating Martina Navratilova and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario in the semifinals, they were doubles finalists at Estoril. They qualified. Srebotnik reached a career-high doubles of No. 19 on 8 October. In 2002, Srebotnik reached the finals at Acapulco in the final, she reached the fourth round at Roland Garros, her career-best Grand Slam. Srebotnik achieved her then-best win at Los Angeles by defeating No. 6 Kim Clijsters. She reached the semifinals in Luxembourg, she achieved her second appearance at the doubles season-ending championships with Krizan.

2003 saw Srebotnik reaching her fourth tour final at Palermo. She won the Bogotá doubles title with Asa Svensson, reached her second Tier I quarterfinals in Toronto at the Canadian Open, she won her second Grand Slam mixed-doubles title at this time with Bob Bryan. Her 2004 season was highlighted by reaching the semifinals at Palermo and the quarterfinals at Strasbourg and Forest Hills. Srebotnik won her seventh doubles title in Tokyo at the Japan Open, her best season to date was highlighted by two singles and four doubles titles as well as a career-best victory over Amélie Mauresmo. Srebotnik captured her third and fourth career WTA Tour singles titles in Stockholm, she doubles titles twice. She finished runner-up at Portorož, losing to Klára Zakopalová in three sets in the final, she became runner-up in doubles with Jelena Kostanic. Srebotnik reached the quarterfinals five times: at Tier II at Antwerp, Tier I Charleston, Tier I Zurich, Hasselt, her best finish in a major was a third-round loss at Wimbledon to Maria Sharapova.

A new career-high singles ranking of No. 28 came on 7 November. In addition to Auckland and Stockholm, Srebotnik won doubles titles at Hasselt, she reached the US Open mixed-doubles final. Srebotnik opened the 2006 season with an early exit at the Auckland Open. Two weeks at the Australian Open, with partner Shinobu Asagoe, she made it to the semifinals in doubles, losing to Yan Zi and Zheng Jie, she won doubles titles in Amelia Island. At the French Open, she won the mixed doubles championship with Nenad Zimonjić. At the US Open, she reached the doubles final partnering Dinara Safina. In Stuttgart, she reached the semifinals in doubles with Dinara Safina. At the Zurich Open, Srebotnik reached the semifinals of a Tier I tournament for the first time in six years. Srebotnik and Liezel Huber reached the doubles final. In her final event of the season at the Linz Open, Srebotnikreached the doubles final with Corina Morariu. At the French Open, Srebotnik caused an upset when she defeated Serena Williams, whom she had never beaten in four previous attempts, in the third round.

At the US Open in the same year, she upset former champion Svetlana Kuznetsova in the third round. On both occasions, she lost to Patty Schnyder in the next round. In that year, Srebotnik teamed with Květa Peschke, won the WTA tournaments of Indian Wells and New Haven, reached the final of the WTA Championships in Doha. Srebotnik had an excellent doubles outing at the French Open. In the ladies' doubles and Peschke defeated the

2012 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women

The 2012 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women was the 11th edition of the FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women. 16 teams participated in the competition, held at the Főnix Hall and Stadion Oláh Gábor Út in Debrecen, from 16 to 26 August 2012. Belarus France Great Britain Italy Latvia Lithuania Netherlands Poland Portugal Russia Serbia Slovakia Spain Sweden Turkey Ukraine Official Site

Uluda─č Gazoz

Uludağ Gazoz is a soft drink of the Turkish Manufacturer Erbak-Uludağ İçecek A.Ş. located in Bursa. The carbonated lemonade is known in other countries; the brand name dates back to the development of the classic Uludağ Gazoz in 1930. In addition to the lemon flavour, a version with orange flavour is marketed as Uludağ Gazoz Orange. In 2018, the drinks were exported to more than 30 countries. In 2013 manufacturer Erbak-Uludağ İçecek A.Ş. achieved a sales total of over 200 million US-Dollars. The branded labels copy the name of mountain Uludağ located in West Turkey; the drink was made from water sources of this mountain. Gazoz is a Turkey-type lemonade variety, were Uludağ Gazoz is only one brand of it, although it is best known; the word Gazoz is based in English gaseous. Uludağ Gazoz company website

Kenmare Shamrocks GAA

Kenmare GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club from Kenmare in County Kerry. The club competes as a joint divisional side with other clubs from the Kenmare area like Templenoe in the underage county championship and as an individual club in senior competitions including the Kerry county senior football championship; the Kenmare Athletic Club was founded on 25 September 1888 when they held a meeting with the newly formed GAA. The club was named after Daniel O'Connell, a famous Kerry politician. Kenmare played in theinaugural Co. Kerry Championships in Football and Hurling in 1889; the footballers lost that year in the quarter final to eventual champions Laune Rangers. Hurling They played in the 1889 Munster Senior Hurling Championship final as Kerry rep Hurling used to be the dominant game in the Roughty River valley as indicated by the fact that on St. Patrick's Day in 1858 a game of hurling was played between two games called Kenmare Guards in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. Kenmare won the first Kerry Senior Hurling Championship on 19 May 1889 versus Kilmoyley GAA.

In 1895 Kenmare were in another hurling final but this time lost to Kilmoyley GAA. They won the 1902 County Hurling final against Tralee Celtic, lost the 1904 final to the same team and won in 1916 and lost the final in 1917. Kenmare's last hurling County title was won in 1942 although they did reach the final 4 more times in 1943,'45,'47 and 1991. In 1983 & and 1988 Kenmare won the County Minor Championship and lost the 1986 final to Austin Stacks. In 1984 and 1992 All Ireland Hurling Féile na nGael titles were won. In the 2000s the club won 3 County Intermediate Chamampionships in 2000, 2004 and 2005, they played in finals in 2008, 2009 and 2010. In 2010 they won another County Minor Championship, they won another county Intermediate title in 2012. In under age hurling Kenmare have for long teamed up with the neighbouring parish Kilgarvan to field teams in County competitions. Football In 1940 the County Intermediate Football title was won. From the 1970s onwards Gaelic Football became the dominant sport in Kenmare.

In 1974 the Kenmare District Team won the Kerry Senior Football Championship. In 1972 & 1983 Kenmare represented Kerry in the Munster Senior Club Football Championship and on each occasion were narrowly beaten by the club championship specialists Nemo Rangers from Cork The 1980s proved to be an era for under age successes at football with many Co. competitions being won. U21 Football and a host of other under age hurling and football titles came our way. In 1982 the Club won an All Ireland Minor Football competition; the club colours today are red & these were adopted in the late 1960s. The Club's home ground is Father Breen Park and it has two playing fields with a new synthetic training ground being developed. A new sports hall has been completed and this should add to the promotion of hurling as indoor hurling has contributed hugely to the present day position of hurling in the greater Kenmare area. In fact Kenmare Kenmare Club pioneered the concept of indoor coaching in hurling and football in Kerry in the late 1970s.

Munster Intermediate Club Football Championship Winners 2016 Munster Junior Club Football Championship Winners 2012 All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship Runners-up 2013 Kerry Junior Football Championship Winners 2012 Kerry Intermediate Football Championship Winners 1940, 1968, 1970, 1972, 2016 Runner-Up 1942, 1949, 1991 Kenmare District Senior Football Championship Winners 1979, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 2000, 2003 Kerry Senior Hurling Championship Winners 1889, 1902, 1942 Runners-Up 1895, 1904, 1910, 1916, 1917, 1945, 1947, 1991 Kerry Under-21 hurling championship Winners 1987, 1988, 1989, 2019 Rinners-Up 1984, 1986, 1999 Ray O'Shea Stephen O'Brien Sean O'Shea - Kerry U-21 2017 P. J. McIntyre Seamus McIntyre Paul O'Connor Mickey O'Sullivan Official Kenmare GAA Club website

San Fernando Airport (Argentina)

San Fernando Airport is located 2 km southwest of the center of San Fernando, a northwest suburb of Buenos Aires in Argentina. The airport is operated by Aeropuertos Argentina 2000; the airport covers an area of 190 hectares. The runway length includes displaced thresholds of 110 metres on Runway 05 and 275 metres on Runway 23. Approaches to the airport are over dense urban population; the San Fernando VOR-DME is located on the field. The El Palomar non-directional beacon is located 8.3 nautical miles south-southwest of the airport. Argentina portal Aviation portal Transport in Argentina List of airports in Argentina OpenStreetMap - San Fernando Airport SkyVector - San Fernando Airport Accident history for SADF at Aviation Safety Network Current weather for SADF at NOAA/NWS

Thisara Samarasinghe

Admiral Thisara Sugeeshwara Gunasekara Samarasinghe RSP, VSV, USP, psc, DISS, MNI, SLN was the Commander of the Sri Lankan Navy from 15 July 2008 to 15 January 2011. He had a distinguished 36-year career in the Sri Lankan Navy, his career included a wide range of key appointments at sea and ashore, including training in the United Kingdom and the United States. Samarasinghe is serving as Sri Lanka’s High Commissioner to Australia, a position he has held since 28 July 2011. Born to Francis Samarasinghe a civil servant and Umawathie Samarasinghe a teacher, Samarasinghe was educated at the Royal College, Colombo, he won Royal College Colours in Athletics as a sprinter. In 1970, at Cadetting, he had the distinction of being lance corporal in Royal Platoon 1 that won the prestigious Herman Loos Trophy, he achieved the highest position of regimental sergeant major of the National Cadet Corps in 1973. He won the Best Commander’s Prize in 1972 receiving the award from Prime Minister Sirimavo Bandaranaike.

Samarasinghe was selected as a senior prefect of Royal College. On leaving school, Samarasinghe joined Lever Brothers as a Trainee Executive. Three months he left the Company and joined the Sri Lanka Navy as an officer cadet and thus began a voyage that brought him to the pinnacle. Samarasinghe is married to an educationist, with a daughter Nadeesha and a son Harith. Samarasinghe joined the Sri Lanka Navy after completing school as an Officer Cadet winning the Sword of Honour in the 4th intake at the Naval & Maritime Academy, Trincomalee in 1974, he went on to complete his basic training at Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth as a Midshipmen and graduated in 1976 winning the Best International Midshipman Award along with appointment as Divisional Sub Lieutenant. On his return he specialized as a navigator, attending Navigation and Direction School, INS Venduruthy in India where he graduated securing the 1st place in order of merit, he had served on board Short Patrol Craft, Long Patrol Craft and in command of one of the first two Dvora - Mk I Fast Attack Crafts in 1985 that would make up the 4th Fast Attack Flotilla.

Thereafter he served on board Fast Gun Boats of the 3rd Fast Gun Boats Squadron and the Surveillance Command Tender and Surveillance Command Ship of the 7th Surveillance Command Squadron. During this time he counted seven years of service at sea, out which four and half was in command at sea. In 1991, he graduate with distinction from the Naval Staff College at the Naval War College Newport, Rhode Island, USA. There after he went on to hold several shore commands that included a naval base in the northern naval area and of two training establishments, he had served in several Staff and Deputy Director/Director appointments at Naval Headquarters. In 1998 he was the Aide de Camp to HRH Prince of Wales, a fellow graduate of Britannia Royal Naval College, during his state visit to Sri Lanka for 50th Anniversary Independence Day Celebrations; as a commodore he was posted as the deputy area commander of the Northern Naval Area, Eastern Naval Area and Southern Naval Area, before he was appointed commander of the Southern Naval Area in 2002.

He was appointed as the first director of general services in 2004 while concurrently holding the appointments of director of naval projects and plans. In 2005, he graduated from New Delhi, his thesis was on “Strategy to Defeat Maritime Terrorism”, he wrote the seminar paper on Indo - Sri Lanka “Sustainable Cooperative Security Challenges and Options” at National Maritime Foundation. Promoted to rear admiral in December 2005, he was appointed as acting commander of Northern Naval Area, before he was appointed as the director general naval operations in 2006 overseeing the anti arms smuggling operations that led to the distraction of several LTTE gun-running ships in the Indian Ocean. Thereafter in 2007 he served as commander of the Eastern Naval Area during Eastern operations and in 2008, commander of the Northern Naval Area during Northern offensive. During his career Samarasinghe has led naval delegations to India, Russia and the US on bilateral issues, he was selected to be a member of presidential and prime ministerial delegations on state visits to Indonesia and Libya respectively.

In May 2008, Samarasinghe was appointed Chief of Staff of the Navy. On July 15, 2008, he was promoted to the rank of vice admiral. On January 12, 2011, he retired three days later. While serving as the Commander of the Sri Lankan Navy, Samarasinghe was invited by the United States Navy Chief, Admiral Gary Roughead to participate at the 19th International Seapower Symposium conducted by the United States Navy at the Naval War College, Rhode Island, held from 6 to 9 October 2009. Samarasinghe, incidentally a distinguished graduate of the same Naval War College, having attended the Naval Staff Course in 1991, was further recognized and honoured when he was invited by the United States Navy Chief to address the forum attended by 96 heads of navies and naval delegates of 20 countries; this was the first time that such a rare honour has been bestowed to Sri Lanka in general and the Sri Lanka Navy in particular. Samarasinghe's address earned high praise by the Chief of the United States Navy and all others present at the symposium, where he encapsulated the way ahead for'Leveraging Cooperative Effort to Enhance Maritime Security Operations' by using a seven-step approach.

Sri Lanka Navy under the leadership of Samarasinghe