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49er class Olympic sailors


49er FX class Olympic sailors


420 class world champions


470 class Olympic sailors


Europe class Olympic sailors


Finn class Olympic sailors


Firefly class Olympic sailors


Monotype 1924 class Olympic sailors


International 14 world champions


Laser class Olympic sailors


Laser Radial class Olympic sailors


Laser Radial World Championships


Moth class world champions


O-Jolle class Olympic sailors


Optimist class world champions


Snowbird class Olympic sailors


Sunfish class world champions


Rebreather diving


Carleton CDBA



CDBA can mean: Clearance Divers Breathing Apparatus, types of naval divers rebreather Siebe Gorman CDBA Carleton CDBA common data bus architecture in computers. Current differencing buffered amplifier in electronics.


Swimmer Canoeists Breathing Apparatus

The Clearance Divers Breathing Apparatus is a type of rebreather made by Siebe Gorman in England. The British Royal Navy used it for many years. It was for underwater work rather than for combat diving. The main oxygen cylinders are on the divers ...


Cryogenic rebreather


Drager Ray

The standard cylinder supplied with the unit is a 4-litre 200 bar steel cylinder, but it can also carry an 8-litre steel cylinder, which is about the same length but larger diameter. Standard open circuit bailout uses a Shark demand valve on the ...


Halcyon PVR-BASC

The Halcyon Passive, Variable Ratio-Biased Addition Semi-Closed rebreather is a unique design of semi-closed rebreather using a depth-compensated passive gas addition system. Passive addition implies that in steady state operation addition of fre ...








Lightweight Oxygen Swimmers Equipment


Phibian (rebreather)


SCBA (disambiguation)

SCBA refers to:- Types of breathing apparatus: Swimmer Canoeists Breathing Apparatus: a type of combat frogmans rebreather. Two types of naval diving rebreather which Siebe Gorman in England used to make:- Submerged Chamber Breathing Apparatus: f ...






Swimmer Canoeists Breathing Apparatus


Viper (rebreather)

Viper is a make of electronic-control closed circuit mixture rebreather originally manufactured by Carleton Life Support and fitted with the Juergensen Defense Corporation Mark V Electronic Control System. It is designed for use by combat Explosi ...


Rebreather makers


European Mosconi Cup team navigational boxes


United States Mosconi Cup team navigational boxes


Canadian Open (curling)

The Open, currently referred to as the Meridian Open for sponsorship reasons, is an annual bonspiel, or curling tournament. It is one of the seven Grand Slams and four "majors" on the World Curling Tour, and the only one to use a triple knockout ...


Masters (curling)

"World Cup of Curling" redirects here. Not to be confused with the Curling World Cup The Masters, currently known as the Canadian Beef Masters for sponsorship reasons, is a Grand Slam event on the mens and womens World Curling Tour. It is the sec ...


Players Championship

The Players Championship is one of the final events on the World Curling Tour and is a part of the Grand Slam of Curling. It is the second to last slam of the curling season, and the last of the four "majors". The event was one of the original Gr ...


Acropolis International Basketball Tournament

The Acropolis International Basketball Tournament is an international basketball competition that is played between national teams, which has been held almost every year since 1986, and takes place in Athens, Greece, during the summer. It takes p ...


Acropolis International Basketball Tournament


ISO 639: ast

Asturian is a West Iberian Romance language spoken in Principality of Asturias, Spain. Asturian is part of a wider linguistic group, the Astur-Leonese languages. The number of speakers is estimated at 100.000 and 450.000. There are three main var ...


Speedway Grand Prix of Austria


2020 Womens Bandy World Championship

The 2020 Womens Bandy World Championship was held from 19 to 22 February 2020 in Oslo, Norway. China withdrew from the tournament due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.


Speedway Grand Prix of Poland


International basketball competitions hosted by Puerto Rico


1996 WPA World Nine-ball Championship

The 1996 WPA World Nine-ball Championship was a professional pool championship that took place in 1996 in Borlange, Sweden. The event was won by Germanys Ralf Souquet, who defeated Swedens Tom Storm in the final 11-1. Defending champion Oliver Or ...


International association football competitions hosted by Togo


International sports competitions hosted by England

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