A brief glimpse into the past

Janne Tähkän poika Kasper täräytti maalin Classicin verkkoon – Loviisan fanit säväyttivät
Janne Tähkän poika Kasper täräytti maalin Classicin verkkoon – Loviisan fanit säväyttivät

Tampereen Classic vei miesten TEHO Sport Suomen Cupin voiton lauantaina 20.1.2018 Tampere Areenalla. Finaalissa kaatui Loviisan Tor lukemin 9–2. Urheasti taistellut Divari-joukkue Loviisa kuitenkin säväytti sekä pelillisesti että katsomon puolella. Yksi säväyttäneistä oli maalin finaalissa iskenyt Kasper Tähkä.



Team, Place & City Details

Lovisa Lindh
Lovisa Lindh

Lovisa Lindh is a Swedish middle-distance runner competing primarily in the 800 metres. She competed at the 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships without advancing to the final.

Josiah Bartlet

Josiah Edward "Jed" Bartlet is a fictional character from the American television serial drama The West Wing, portrayed by Martin Sheen. The role earned Sheen a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama in 2001, as well as two SAG Awards.

Joe Barratt

Josiah Barratt was an English professional footballer who played as a winger for various clubs in the 1920s.

Jos Baxendell

Jos Baxendell is a former Sale Sharks rugby union player and coach. He played in two full tests for England, both in 1998.

Loviisa
Loviisa

Loviisa is a municipality and town of 15,140 inhabitants (31 August 2017) on the southern coast of Finland. About 43 per cent of the population is Swedish-speaking.The municipality covers an area of 1,751.52 square kilometres (676.27 sq mi) of which 931.92 km2 (359.82 sq mi) is water.

Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant
Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant

The Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant (Finnish: Loviisan ydinvoimalaitos, Swedish: Lovisa kärnkraftverk) is located close to the Finnish town of Loviisa. It houses two Soviet-designed VVER-440/213 PWR reactors, with capacities of 507 MW and 502 MW. The reactors at Loviisa NPP went into commercial operation in 1977 and 1980 respectively.

Loviisa sub-region
Loviisa sub-region

Loviisa sub-region is a subdivision of Uusimaa and one of the Sub-regions of Finland since 2009.

Oldest people

This is a list of tables of the oldest people in the world in ordinal ranks. To avoid including false or unconfirmed claims of extreme old age, names here are restricted to those people whose ages have been validated by an international body that specifically deals in longevity research, such as the Gerontology Research Group or Guinness World Records (GWR), and others who have otherwise been reliably sourced.

Lovisa Augusti
Lovisa Augusti

Lovisa Sofia Augusti was a Swedish opera singer (soprano). She was regarded as one of the most noted opera singers of the Royal Swedish Opera during the Gustavian era.

Lovisa Åhrberg
Lovisa Åhrberg

Maria Lovisa Åhrberg or Årberg , was a Swedish surgeon and doctor. She was lawfully practicing surgeon long before it became formally permitted for women to study medicine at a university in 1870.

Lovisa von Burghausen
Lovisa von Burghausen

Lovisa von Burghausen was a Swedish memoirist who became famous for her story about her time in captivity as a slave in Russia after being taken prisoner by the Russians during the Great Northern War. She was sold as a slave several times before she eventually recovered her freedom, and her story became perhaps the most famous of the many stories of Carolinian fates of this period.

Lovisa Card-Catlin
Lovisa Card-Catlin

Lovisa O. Card-Catlin was an artist and educator credited with developing Erie, Pennsylvania’s art community.

Lovisa von Plat

Lovisa von Plat , also known under the names Platskan ('The Plat woman') and Moster von Platen ('Aunt von Platen') was a Swedish brothel owner and procurer, active in Stockholm for about forty years until her death. She belonged to the elite of her trade and became a known figure of her time, mentioned in memoirs, diaries and literature.