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Associação de Futebol do Algarve

Abbreviation
AF Algarve

Formation
1922

Purpose
District Football Association

Headquarters
Complexo Desportivo de Faro

Location

8000 – 788 Faro
Portugal

President

António Coelho Matosa

Website
afalgarve.pt

Estádio Algarve

The Associação de Futebol do Algarve (Algarve Football Association) is one of the 22 District Football Associations that are affiliated to the Portuguese Football Federation. The AF Algarve administers lower tier football in the district of Faro.[1]

Contents

1 Background
2 Competitions
3 Notable clubs affiliated to AF Algarve
4 Current Divisions – 2015–16 Season

4.1 Division One (1ª divisão)
4.2 Division Two (2ª divisão)
4.3 Taça do Algarve

5 Former participants
6 District championships

6.1 Historic champions
6.2 Recent divisional winners

7 List of member clubs
8 References
9 External links

Background[edit]
Associação de Futebol do Algarve, commonly referred to as AF Algarve, is the governing body for football in the district of Faro. The Football Association is based in Penha in Faro, close to Piscinas Municipais de Faro (Faro Municipal Swimming Pool) and Complexo Desportivo da Penha (Sports Complex of Penha). The Association’s President is António Coelho Matosa.[2]
The organisation was established on 22 January 1922 following an initial meeting on 15 October 1921 at the Ginásio Clube Farense by representatives from a number of Algarve clubs including Sporting Clube Farense, Sport Lisboa e Faro, Boxing Futebol Clube (Portimão), Sporting Clube Olhanense, Lusitano Futebol Clube, Glória Futebol Clube, Portimonense Sporting Clube, Sport Club União, Sport Club “Os Leões Portimonenses” and Esperança Futebol Clube. The two previous attempts to establish a Football Association ended in failure.[3]
Competitions[edit]
Algarve clubs compete in the three national levels of the Portuguese football league system in competitions run by the Portuguese League for Professional Football (Primeira Liga and Liga de Honra) and Portuguese Football Federation (Campeonato Nacional de Seniores). In 2009 SC Olhanense were promoted to the Primeira Liga after winning the Liga de Honra.[4] No club from the Algarve had played in the Primeira Liga since 2002.[5]
Below the Terceira Divisão (Portuguese Third Division) the competitions are organised at a district level (known in Portuguese as Distritais) with each District Association organising its competitions according

Enric Miralles

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Enric Miralles

The Scottish Parliament Building committee room ceiling.

Born
(1955-02-12)12 February 1955
Barcelona

Died
3 July 2000(2000-07-03) (aged 45)
Sant Feliu de Codines, Province of Barcelona

Nationality
Spain

Occupation
Architect

Awards
Stirling Prize (2005)
Madrid City Prize (1993)
National Prize of Spanish Architecture (1995)
Golden Lion (1996)

Buildings
Scottish Parliament Building
Igualada Cemetery

Igualada Cemetery

Santa Caterina Market (Video on YouTube)

Exterior view of the Scottish Parliament Building in Edinburgh

Debating chamber of the Scottish Parliament

Enric Miralles Moya (12 February 1955 – 3 July 2000) was a Spanish architect. He graduated from the Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB) at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) in 1978. After establishing his reputation with a number of collaborations with his first wife Carme Pinós, the couple separated in 1991. He later married fellow architect Benedetta Tagliabue, and the two practiced together as EMBT Architects. Miralles’ magnum opus and his largest project, the new Scottish Parliament Building, was unfinished at the time of his death.

Contents

1 Life
2 Architecture
3 Academia
4 Work

4.1 Buildings
4.2 Projects
4.3 Furniture

5 Awards
6 References
7 Bibliography
8 External links

Life[edit]
In 1978, he completed his examinations at the Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura (ETSAB) in Barcelona. From 1973 to 1978 he worked in the architect’s office of Albert Viaplana and Helio Piñón.[1] Whilst there—among other things—he was involved in the construction of the Plaça dels Països Catalans, the forecourt for the Estació de Sants. In 1984 after several architectural competition awards, he formed his own office in Barcelona with his first wife Carme Pinós, which they led together until 1991. Within the rising Spanish architecture scene of the late 1980s following the death of Francisco Franco, their unusual buildings attracted international attention. As a result, they received numerous commissions from Spain and overseas. After their separation, Miralles and Pinós continued to work in separate offices.
In 1993 Enric Miralles formed a new practice with his second wife, the Italian architect Benedetta Tagliabue, under the name “EMBT Architects”. She resumed the practice under his name after his death. The most important projects; the Scottish Parliament Building in Edinburgh and the multistoried bui

Erling Evensen

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Olympic medal record

Men’s cross country skiing

1948 St. Moritz
4 x 10 km

Erling Evensen (April 29, 1914 – July 31, 1998) was a Norwegian cross-country skier who competed during the 1940s. He won a bronze medal in the 4 x 10 km relay at the 1948 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz. Evensen also finished 15th in the 18 km event at those same games.
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18 km results – 1948 Winter Olympics
http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/ev/erling-evensen-1.html

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