These are notable sports leagues which are no longer operating. Tasmanian Football League Victorian Football Association Australian Baseball League Super League merged with the Australian Rugby League in 1998 to form the National Rugby League City Cup Australian Rugby Championship National Soccer League Canadian Association of Stock Car Auto Racing Canadian Baseball League Provincial League National Basketball League Coloured Hockey League Federal Amateur Hockey League Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association Manitoba Professional Hockey League National Hockey Association Canadian Hockey Association Interprovincial Professional Hockey League Maritime Professional Hockey League Eastern Professional Hockey League Pacific Coast Hockey Association Western Canada Hockey League International Hockey League World Hockey Association Roller Hockey International Canadian Soccer League Canadian National Soccer League National Provincial Championship Replaced by Air New Zealand Cup ITM Cup and now Mitre 10 Cup, Heartland Championship in 2006.
Although the NPC as a single entity is defunct, its basic structure was revived in 2011 with the split of the then-ITM Cup into two divisions. The main difference between the current format and that of the NPC era is that no promotion from the Heartland Championship to the Mitre 10 Cup is possible; the NPC relegation at all three levels. Russian Super League Replaced by the Kontinental Hockey League in 2008; the KHL launched with teams from Belarus and Kazakhstan. As of the current 2018–19 season, it includes teams in all of its original countries, as well as China and Slovakia. At various times in its history, it has had teams in Croatia, the Czech Republic, Ukraine. Vodacom Cup Second tier of domestic professional rugby, behind the Currie Cup, although the competition included teams from Argentina and Namibia as well. Scrapped after the 2015 season. British American Football League Capital League National Basketball League Football Alliance Athenian League Chiltonian League Surrey Senior League National Association of Professional Base Ball Players American Association Union Association Negro leagues League of Colored Baseball Clubs, minor league Negro National League Eastern Colored League American Negro League East-West League Negro Southern League, minor league 1920–1931 and 1933–1940s Negro National League Negro American League, minor league 1951–1960 West Coast Negro Baseball League, minor league Players' League Atlantic League Union Professional League Federal League American Association minor league All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Blue Ridge League Continental League Senior Professional Baseball Association Great Central League Western Baseball League Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball Men: AABA-All-American Basketball Alliance AAPBL-All-American Professional Basketball League ABA-American Basketball Association - merged with the National Basketball Association ABL I-American Basketball League I ABL II-American Basketball League II GBA-Global Basketball Association IBA-International Basketball Association IBL-International Basketball League NBL-National Basketball League NPBL-National Professional Basketball League NRL-National Rookie League PBLA-Professional Basketball League of America WBA-Western Basketball Association WBL-World Basketball League CBA-Continental Basketball Association Women: WBL-Women's Pro Basketball League ABL-American Basketball League III WABA-Women's American Basketball Association Amateur Athletic Association Basketball AAF–Alliance of American Football AAFC–All-America Football Conference AFL–American Football League AFL–American Football League AFL–American Football League AFL–American Football League AFL–Arena Football League The AFL returned in 2010, but is a separate legal entity from the original AFL.
The current league purchased the assets of the original AFL in a bankruptcy auction, enabling it to brand itself as the first league's successor. Af2, the Arena Football League's official minor league Many of the teams in the revived AFL are former af2 teams. In fact, the original lineup of Arena Football 1, the league that morphed into the revived AFL, included more af2 teams than former AFL teams. CFL–Continental Football League FXFL–Fall Experimental Football League IFL–Indoor Foot
Kalundborg Gymnasium is a municipal gymnasium in Kalundborg Municipality, Denmark. Established on 12 August 1957 as a high school, the first rector was R. Stig Hansen; as of October 2011, the rector is Peter Abildgaard Andersen, who has held the position since August 2006. In 1963 a wing was built with new classrooms, specialist classrooms and an assembly hall, which today is the canteen. In 1976 the school was expanded with new wings containing classrooms, chemistry rooms, music rooms, a new assembly hall, auditorium and library. In 2001 a new wing was added with open study areas. In 2003 the canteen kitchen was renovated and in 2004 new chairs and tables were added in the cafeteria area; the gymnasium has 700 students, 24 classes and about 70 teachers. It offers degree programs in science, language and social studies. In the first week of October 2007, it hosted the annual Euro Week. Famous alumni of Kalundborg Gymnasium include: Kamilla Kristensen Stine Stengade Peter Asschenfeldt Martin Strange-Hansen Fallulah Marianne Larsen Milena Penkowa Christian E. Christiansen Official website
This is a list of airports in Baja California Sur, grouped by type and sorted by location. It includes public-use and private-use airports. Airport names shown in bold indicate. List of airports in Mexico List of airports in Baja California List of airports by ICAO code: M#MM - Mexico Wikipedia: WikiProject Aviation/Airline destination lists: North America#Mex77ico "ICAO Location Indicators by State". International Civil Aviation Organization. 17 September 2010. "UN Location Codes: Mexico". UN/LOCODE 2011-2. UNECE. 28 February 2012. - includes IATA codes Great Circle Mapper: Airports in Mexico, reference for airport codes Baja Bush Pilot Airports of Mexico Guide
Grasmere, British Columbia, Canada elevation 869m, is a tiny hamlet in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia within the Regional District of East Kootenay, British Columbia. It is located on the east side of Lake Koocanusa, below the mouth of the Elk River, to the southeast of the city of Cranbrook, 15 km north of the Canada–United States border and the state of Montana; the city of Fernie is located nearby farther up the Elk River. Grasmere has a population of 150 people, the majority of the workforce being employed in the timber, farming or mining industries in the nearby region. Grasmere is located within the Galton mountain range of the Canadian Rockies; the area is served by Grasmere Elementary School. The name of the community was provided by a student, Warren Lancaster, in a competition in the early 20th century, it is named after the town of Grasmere in northern England's Lake District
Randhir Sud, an Indian gastroenterologist and the Chairman of the Medanta Institute of Digestive and Hepatobiliary Sciences, is known to be one of the pioneers of Gastro Intestinal oncology in India. He is a former co-chairman of the department of gastroenterology at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi. Sud graduated in medicine from the Government Medical College, Amritsar in 1977 and started his career as a junior resident doctor at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi in 1979. While working, he continued his studies at AIIMS to secure an MD in 1981 and followed it up with a DM in gastroenterology in 1983, he worked at AIIMS till 1985 and moved to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, where he worked for 25 years till his move to Medanta in 2010. In between, he served as a visiting professor at the Harvard Medical School, Boston in 1999, at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston and the University of Alabama, Birmingham, he is an examiner for the Diplomate of National Board examinations in Gastroenterology of the National Board of Examinations.
A New Leash on Life: The K9s for Warriors Story is a 2018 documentary film written and directed by Nick Nanton. The film premiered in New York City on June 12, 2018 and a number of public screenings were subsequently held through the United States. A New Leash on Life: The K9 for Warriors Story was presented at the Suncoast Regional Emmy awards where it won Emmys for Direction, Editing and Documentary; when Shari Duval's son, Brett Simon, returned from serving in Iraq, he struggled with PTSD. Shari was searching for a solution when she stumbled upon a news story about a veteran with a service dog. Inspired by the improvement the veteran had made after adopting the animal, she decided to start a dog service agency for veterans; the idea gave Brett new hope, together they founded K9s for Warriors, which pairs rescue dogs from animal shelters with veterans. The film focuses on the stories of three veterans apart from Brett Simon. Shilo Schluterman served as an aircraft mechanic and in maintenance and operations with the U.
S. Air Force Air National Guard between 1999 and 2014, she was paired with her dog, after medication was ineffective in treating anxiety and panic attacks caused by PTSD. Adam LeGrand struggled with nightmares and traumatic memories after serving as a combat medic in the U. S. Air Force, they were so bad, he considered ending his own life. After being paired with his dog, Molly, he was able to become a functioning member of society again and reduce his daily medications from 20 down to one. Louis Belluomini served as a U. S. Army Captain for nine years, he was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. While suffering a flashback, he drove off the road; when Belluomini was partnered with his dog, Star, it was a great relief to his family. Since its founding, K9s for Warriors has saved the lives of 800 dogs. Schluterman was hesitant to appear in the production, but agreed because she “wanted to help other veterans by sharing her story."Belluomini agreed to appear in the film after he was approached by the public relations director of DNA Films.
Belluomini hosted a screening of A New Leash on Life: The K9s for Warriors Story at the University of Findlay, where he hoped to raise $15,000 for the K9s for Warriors. Belloumini, LeGrand, Schluterman appeared a screening and panel discussion at Syracuse University hosted by the Student Veterans Organization which aimed to raise $20,000 for K9s for Warriors. Belluomini hosted several other screenings of the film to raise funds for K9s for Warriors, including at Putnam County District Library in Ottawa. Belloumini, LeGrand, Schluterman were featured in a Fox and Friends segment on Fox News with Nick Nanton and Sheri Duval where they talked about the film and their experiences with K9s for Warriors. A New Leash on Life: The K9s for Warriors Story was presented at the Suncoast Regional Emmy awards in 2018 where it won Emmys for Direction, Editing and Documentary. A New Leash on Life: The K9s for Warriors Story at IMDb A New Leash on Life: The K9s for Warriors Story at Amazon Prime Veterans get new leash on life with K9s for Warriors