Ragnhild Bratberg

Ragnhild Bratberg

Medal record

Representing  Norway

Women’s orienteering

World Championships

1987 Gérardmer
Relay

1985 Bendigo
Relay

1991 Marianske Lazne
Relay

World Cup

1988
WC Overall

1990
WC Overall

Women’s ski orienteering

World Championships

1986 Batak
Classic

1986 Batak
Relay

1988 Kuopio
Short

1990 Skelleftå
Classic

1990 Skelleftå
Short

1988 Kuopio
Classic

World Cup

1989
WC Overall

Ragnhild Bratberg (born June 9, 1961) is a Norwegian orienteering competitor and cross country skier.

Contents

1 Orienteering career
2 Ski orienteering career
3 Awards
4 References

Orienteering career[edit]
Bratberg is Relay World Champion in Orienteering from 1987 as a member of the Norwegian winning team,[1] and also having silver medals from 1985 and 1991.[2]
She won the Overall Orienteering World Cup in 1984 (unofficial cup) and in 1988, and finished second in 1990.
Ski orienteering career[edit]
Bratberg has won four individual World Championships in Ski Orienteering. She won gold medal in the individual competition in 1986. In 1988 she placed first in the short course and second in the long course. In 1990 she won both the long and short courses.[3]
She became Relay World Champion in 1986, along with Toril Hallan and Ellen Sofie Olsvik. In 1988 the Norwegian team won silver medals, and in 1990 her team won bronze medals.[3] She finished second in the World Cup 1989.
Awards[edit]
Bratberg was awarded Egebergs Ærespris in 1988.
References[edit]

^ World Orienteering Championship, senior statistics 1966-2006 (Retrieved on December 3, 2007)
^ Schanke, Tom A (2007). Norsk Idrettsleksikon (in Norwegian). Aller Forlag. pp. 371–372. ISBN 978-82-8156-044-4. 
^ a b Schanke, Tom A (2007). Norsk Idrettsleksikon (in Norwegian). Aller Forlag. p. 375. ISBN 978-82-8156-044-4. 

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Orienteering World Cup Women

1986: Ellen Sofie Olsvik
1988: Ragnhild Bratberg
1990: Ragnhild Bente Andersen
1992: Marita Skogum
1994: Marlena Jansson
1996: Gunilla Svärd
1998: Hanne Staff
2000: Hanne Staff
2002: Simone Luder
2004: Simone Niggli-Luder
2005: Simone Niggli-Luder
2006: Simone Niggli-Luder
2007: Simone Niggli-Luder
2008: Anne Margrethe Hausken
2009: Simone Niggli-Luder
2010: Simone Niggli-Luder
2011: Helena Jansson

Preceded by
Oddvar Brå
Egebergs Ærespris
1988
Succeeded by
Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo

This biographical article about a Norwegian orientee

Branimir Jočić

Branimir Jočić

Personal information

Full name
Branimir Jočić

Date of birth
(1994-07-10) 10 July 1994 (age 22)

Place of birth
Sombor, FR Yugoslavia

Height
1.81 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)

Playing position
Defensive midfielder

Club information

Current team

Spartak Subotica

Number
4

Youth career

Crvenka[1]

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2012–
Spartak Subotica
49
(1)

2012–2014
→ Palić (loan)
51
(0)

2014–2015
→ Senta (loan)
13
(1)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 29 August 2016.

Branimir Jočić (Serbian Cyrillic: Бранимир Јочић; born 10 July 1994) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Spartak Subotica in Serbian SuperLiga.[2]
References[edit]

^ “Branimir Jočić”. jelenfootball.com (in Serbian). Retrieved 23 September 2013. 
^ “Branimir Jočić”. srbijafudbal.net (in Serbian). Retrieved 20 August 2014. 

External links[edit]

Branimir Jočić profile at Soccerway
Branimir Jočić stats at utakmica.rs
Branimir Jočić stats at footballdatabase.eu

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FK Spartak Subotica – current squad

3 Anđić
4 Jočić
5 Kerkez
6 Pavićević
7 Mudrinski
8 Torbica (c)
10 Ivanović
11 Bašanović
13 Zlatković
15 Glavčić
17 Krmar
18 L. Đokić
20 Tomović
23 Savković
24 Zhong
25 Dokić
27 Ajuru
28 M. Đokić
30 Stojković
33 Kesić
40 Ćalasan
66 Radovanović
— Banjac
Manager: Chernyshov

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Asota spadix

Asota spadix

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Lepidoptera

Family:
Noctuidae

Genus:
Asota

Species:
A. spadix

Binomial name

Asota spadix
Swinhoe, 1901

Synonyms

Asota ochreibasis Pagenstecher

Asota spadix is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in Micronesia and the Solomon Islands.
External links[edit]

Species info

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Native American disease and epidemics

Native American disease and epidemics pervade many aspects of Native American life, both throughout history and in the present day. Diseases and epidemics can be chronicled from centuries ago when European settlers brought diseases that devastated entire tribes to the modern day when Native Americans face serious struggles with particular diseases. The current crises in diseases and epidemics are addressed by many different groups, both governmental and independent, through a multitude of programs.

Contents

1 European contact
2 Disease as a weapon against Native Americans

2.1 Biological warfare during the Siege of Fort Pitt
2.2 Frequency and efficacy of biological weapon usage
2.3 Colonist accounts of smallpox effects on the native peoples

3 Contemporary diseases

3.1 Heart disease
3.2 Cancer
3.3 Diabetes
3.4 Mental health

3.4.1 Impact

3.5 Alcoholism
3.6 HIV/AIDS
3.7 Stroke

4 Combating disease and epidemics

4.1 Diabetes programs

4.1.1 Governmental programs
4.1.2 Tribal Programs

4.2 HIV-AIDS Programs
4.3 Heart disease and stroke programs

5 See also
6 References
7 External links

European contact[edit]

An ill Native American in the 19th century, being cared for by a medicine man.

The arrival of Europeans ushered in what is termed the Columbian Exchange. During this period European settlers brought many different technologies and lifestyles with them; arguably the most harmful effect of this exchange was the arrival and spread of disease.[1]
Native Americans, due to the lack of prior contact with Europeans, had not previously been exposed to the diseases that were prevalent on the distant continent. Therefore, they had not built up internal immunities to the diseases or formed any medicines to combat them. Europeans came into the New World bearing various diseases. Those infected with diseases either possessed them in a dormant state or were not quarantined in such a way that distanced them enough from Native Americans not to spread the diseases, allowing them to spread into epidemics.[1]
The diseases brought by Europeans are not easily tracked, since there were numerous outbreaks and all were not equally recorded. The most notable disease brought by Europeans was smallpox. The Lakota Indians called the disease the running face sickness.[2] Smallpox was lethal to many Native Americans, bringing sweeping epidemics and affecting the same tribes repeatedly. In the summer of 1639, a smallpox epidemic struck the Huron natives in the St.
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Gmina Węgierska Górka

Gmina Węgierska Górka
Węgierska Górka Commune

Gmina

Flag

Coat of arms

Coordinates (Węgierska Górka): 49°36′N 19°8′E / 49.600°N 19.133°E / 49.600; 19.133Coordinates: 49°36′N 19°8′E / 49.600°N 19.133°E / 49.600; 19.133

Country
 Poland

Voivodeship
Silesian

County
Żywiec

Seat
Węgierska Górka

Area

 • Total
77.06 km2 (29.75 sq mi)

Population (2006)

 • Total
14,640

 • Density
190/km2 (490/sq mi)

Website
http://www.wegierska-gorka.opg.pl/

Gmina Węgierska Górka is a rural gmina (administrative district) in Żywiec County, Silesian Voivodeship, in southern Poland. Its seat is the village of Węgierska Górka, which lies approximately 12 kilometres (7 mi) south-west of Żywiec and 73 km (45 mi) south of the regional capital Katowice.
The gmina covers an area of 77.06 square kilometres (29.8 sq mi), and as of 2006 its total population is 14,640.
Villages[edit]
Gmina Węgierska Górka contains the villages and settlements of Cięcina, Cisiec, Węgierska Górka and Żabnica.
Neighbouring gminas[edit]
Gmina Węgierska Górka is bordered by the gminas of Jeleśnia, Milówka, Radziechowy-Wieprz and Ujsoły.
See also[edit]
Battle of Węgierska Górka
References[edit]

Polish official population figures 2006

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Gmina Węgierska Górka

Seat

Węgierska Górka

Other villages

Cięcina
Cisiec
Żabnica

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Gminas of Żywiec County

Seat: Żywiec (urban gmina)

Rural gminas

Gmina Czernichów
Gmina Gilowice
Gmina Jeleśnia
Gmina Koszarawa
Gmina Łękawica
Gmina Lipowa
Gmina Łodygowice
Gmina Milówka
Gmina Radziechowy-Wieprz
Gmina Rajcza
Gmina Ślemień
Gmina Świnna
Gmina Ujsoły
Gmina Węgierska Górka

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