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Jeux Sans Frontières 1994 print that page

The last year for Wales in Jeux Sans Frontières was also their best. Two wins - for Swansea and Wrexham , with the latter qualifying for the final and finishing in second place. This series was the biggest yet for JSF - with the arrival of Malta and Slovenia bringing the number of competing

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Jeux Sans Frontières 1995 print that page

year. 1995 saw the numbers drop from nine to seven, with Slovenia and Wales backing out. The competition is just as tight however, with the Czech Republic enjoying an excellent year, marking up three wins in the heats and top spot in the International Final. There is a list below with

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Championnat International de Jeux Mathématiques et Logiques print that page

The Championnat International des Jeux Mathématiques et Logiques ( International competition for mathematical and logical games ) is an international mathematics competition mainly for French -speaking countries, but participation is not limited by language. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ edit ] See

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Française des Jeux (cycling team) print that page

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the yellow jersey for a few days. Sprinter Baden Cooke won the green jersey for the points competition . Contents 1 Major results 2 Team roster 3 References 4 External links [ edit ] Major results 2006 In the 2006 Tour de France , team member Benoît Vaugrenard

Table tennis at the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie print that page

At the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie , the table tennis events were hosted at the club facilities of Homenetmen Beirut from 28 September to 4 October. A total of 54 competitors, 28 men and 26 women, took part in four different tournaments: a men's individual competition , a women's individual

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Jeux Sans Frontières 1998 print that page

All editions of Jeux Sans Frontières 1998 were transmitted from Trento in Italy . Seven teams participated this year, with only Slovenia from the 1997 line-up of countries failing to take part. The 1998 series saw the first French victory since 1992, with La Clusaz winning the fourth

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Jeux Sans Frontières 1993 print that page

the numbers are beefed up again with the arrival of Greece and Hungary , both completely new to Jeux Sans Frontières . For the first time in three years, there was a change to the number of games in each heat - reduced from ten games to eight. There was also a welcome return for Jokers,

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Jeux Sans Frontières 1997 print that page

The 1997 series of Jeux Sans Frontières was again transmitted mainly from one location - Budapest in Hungary - with the final moving on to Lisbon , Portugal . The ever-changing line-up of countries saw an expansion from six in 1996 to eight this year, with JSF old-timers France and

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Jeux Sans Frontières 1996 print that page

In 1996 , six countries took part in the Jeux Sans Frontières . Slovenia made a reappearance but the Czech Republic and Malta did not participate, dropping the numbers back to six countries. Slovenia's return was met with instant success in the first heat. Less fortunate were the team

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Football at the 2001 Jeux de la Francophonie print that page

tournament. The top two teams and the best third placed team advanced to the knockout stage of the competition . Morocco won the tournament after a 1-0 win over France . Contents 1 Group stage 1.1 Group A 1.2 Group B 1.3 Group C 2 Knockout stage 3 See also [ edit

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