Shimmer Volumes - Volume 77

Download in Excel, CSV or JSON

Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Volume 77

Data Source : WIKIPEDIA
Number of Data columns : 3 Number of Data rows : 13
Categories : economy, demography, politics, knowledge

Dataset

Data row number No. Results Stipulations

Download the dataset to see the full list of 13 entries

Data Columns

Name Description Data Type
No. text
Results text
Stipulations text

Other datasets published on Basedig

West Virginia - Culture - Sports

From WIKIPEDIA

Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Sports West Virginia is home to college sports teams from two schools – West Virginia and Marshall – that play in NCAA Division I. West Virginia is also home to several professional minor league baseball, football, soccer, and other sports teams.

west, virginia, sports, league, culture

- Medal summary - Men's events

From WIKIPEDIA

Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Men's events

s, men, events, summary, medal

Portland, Oregon - Sports

From WIKIPEDIA

Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Sports Portland is home to two major league sports franchises: the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA and the Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer. The Portland Thorns of the National Women's Soccer League also play in Portland. In 2015, the Timbers won the MLS Cup, which was the first male professional sports championship for a team from Portland since the Trail Blazers won the NBA championship in 1977. Despite being the 19th most populated metro area in the United States, Portland contains only one franchise from the NFL, NBA, NHL, or MLB, making it America's most populated metro area with that distinction. The city has been often rumored to receive an additional franchise, although efforts to acquire a team have failed due to stadium funding issues. An organization known as the Portland Diamond Project (PDP) has worked with the MLB and local government, and there are plans to have an MLB stadium constructed in the industrial district of Portland. The PDP has not yet received the funding for this project. Portland sports fans are characterized by their passionate support. The Trail Blazers sold out every home game between 1977 and 1995, a span of 814 consecutive games, the second longest streak in American sports history. The Timbers joined MLS in 2011 and have sold out every home match since joining the league, a streak that has now reached 70+ matches. The Timbers season ticket waiting list has reached 10,000+, the longest waiting list in MLS. In 2015, they became the first team in the Northwest to win the MLS Cup. Player Diego Valeri marked a new record for fastest goal in MLS Cup history at 27 seconds into the game. Two rival universities exist within Portland city limits: the University of Portland Pilots and the Portland State University Vikings, both of whom field teams in popular spectator sports including soccer, baseball, and basketball. Portland State also has a football team. Additionally, the University of Oregon Ducks and the Oregon State University Beavers both receive substantial attention and support from many Portland residents, despite their campuses being 110 and 84 miles from the city, respectively. Running is a popular activity in Portland, and every year the city hosts the Portland Marathon as well as parts of the Hood to Coast Relay, the world's largest long distance relay race (by number of participants). Portland serves as the center to an elite running group, the Nike Oregon Project, and is the residence of several elite runners including British 2012 Olympic 10,000m and 5,000m champion Mo Farah, American record holder at 10,000m Galen Rupp, and 2008 American Olympic bronze medalist at 10,000m Shalane Flanagan. citation needed citation needed Historic Erv Lind Stadium is located in Normandale Park. It has been home to professional and college softball. Portland also hosts numerous cycling events and has become an elite bicycle racing destination. The Oregon Bicycle Racing Association supports hundreds of official bicycling events every year. Weekly events at Alpenrose Velodrome and Portland International Raceway allow for racing nearly every night of the week from March through September. Cyclocross races, such as the Cross Crusade, can attract over 1,000 riders and spectators. citation needed citation needed citation needed citation needed Portland area sports teamsClubSportLeagueChampionshipsVenueFoundedAttendancePortland Thorns FCWomen's soccerNational Women's Soccer League2 (2013, 2017)Providence Park201216,945Portland TimbersSoccerMajor League Soccer1 (2015)Providence Park200921,144Portland Timbers 2SoccerUSL0Merlo Field20141,740Portland Timbers U23sSoccerPremier Development League1 (2010)Providence Park2008—Portland Trail BlazersBasketballNational Basketball Association1 (1976–77)Moda Center197019,317Portland WinterhawksIce hockeyWestern Hockey League2 (1982–83, 1997–98)Moda Center19766,080

portland, sports, oregon, league, and