MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year - Winners and nominees - 1990s

Download in Excel, CSV or JSON

Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. 1990s

Data Source : WIKIPEDIA
Number of Data columns : 2 Number of Data rows : 56
Categories : economy, demography, politics, knowledge


Data row number Year Artist

Download the dataset to see the full list of 56 entries

Data Columns

Name Description Data Type
Year text
Artist text

Other datasets published on Basedig

- Membership and attendance


Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Membership and attendance

membership, attendance, and, wikipedia, parsed

Northeast China - Administrative divisions


Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Administrative divisions

administrative, divisions, china, northeast, wikipedia

2013 Ladies Tour of Qatar - Stages - Stage 4 - 1 February 2013 – Sealine Beach Resort to Doha Corniche, 86.5 km (53.7 mi)


Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. The 80 riders remaining in the race took off at 1:07 PM to the Doha Corniche where they would have to cover five laps of the traditional final circuit. Facing the wind, the pack remained bunched until the first intermediate sprint in Al Wakra (km 38.5) won by Kirsten Wild ahead of Chloe Hosking and Ellen van Dijk. Just after the sprint, nine ladies managed to break away: MacLean, Rowney, Small, Guderzo, Brand, Longo Borghini, Valsecchi, Cordon, Olds and Glaesser. Their lead grew to 1’10' at km 55 before dropping down once on the final circuit. The second bonus sprint at the 2nd crossing of the line (km 62.5) was claimed by Glaesser ahead of Cordon and Olds, while the pack remained 48” adrift. The front riders were eventually all caught with just over two laps to go. The pack remained bunched all the way to the finish where a sprint was to take place. Like on the two previous stages, Wild powered to victory, outsprinting Lucinda Brand and Marta Tagliaferro. The Dutch rider captured her sixth success on Qatar soil and comforted her overall lead. Wild indeed wins the Ladies Tour of Qatar for the third time after 2009 and 2010 and shows that she really is the Queen of the event. In the final overall standings, she can enjoy a lead of 14” on Chloe Hosking and 29” on Ellen van Dijk. Added to her Golden Jersey, Wild also wins the points classification’s Silver Jersey while, like last year, Hosking finishes best young rider. Stage 4 Result   (NED) 2h 09' 38'   (NED)   (ITA)   (ITA)   (ITA) General Classification after Stage 4

to, km, qatar, stage, 5