The 1950 Swiss Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on June 4, 1950 at Bremgarten Circuit. This is the fourth round of the 1950 Formula One season. ...more on Wikipedia about "1950 Swiss Grand Prix"
The 1951 Swiss Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on May 27, 1951 at Bremgarten Circuit. ...more on Wikipedia about "1951 Swiss Grand Prix"
The 1952 Swiss Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on May 18, 1952 at Bremgarten Circuit. ...more on Wikipedia about "1952 Swiss Grand Prix"
The 1953 Swiss Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on August 23, 1953 at Bremgarten Circuit. ...more on Wikipedia about "1953 Swiss Grand Prix"
Results from the 1954 Formula One Swiss Grand Prix held at Bern on August 22, 1954 ...more on Wikipedia about "1954 Swiss Grand Prix"
Results from the 1982 Formula One Swiss Grand Prix held at Dijon-Prenois on August 29, 1982. ...more on Wikipedia about "1982 Swiss Grand Prix"
The 2008 European Football Championship will take place in Austria and Switzerland, from 7 to 29 June 2008. It is the second successful joint bid. The only previous tournament held in two countries was the 2000 European Football Championship, hosted by Belgium and the Netherlands. ...more on Wikipedia about "2008 European Football Championship"
Dijon-Prenois is a 3.8 km (2.361- mi) motorsport race course located in Prenois, near Dijon, France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dijon-Prenois"
The 1954 Football World Cup was held in Switzerland. In the same conference of FIFA where decided to give to Brazil the Football World Cup 1950 and as the year saw the 50th anniversary of the Federation of International Football Associations ( FIFA), it seemed like a good idea for football's premier competition to be played in the home of its governing body. The tournament was won by West Germany, who upset Hungary 3-2 in the final. It was Germany's first World Cup victory. ...more on Wikipedia about "Football World Cup 1954"
Hornussen is an indigenous Swiss sport and is like a cross between baseball and golf. It is played by two opposing teams of up to 18 players. The teams take it in turns to hit a small hard rubber ball or puck with a 2 metre long flexible pole like a cross between a fishing rod and a golf club. In order to make it easier to hit the ball it is placed on a curved metal rail. The ball which weighs 78g is known as a Hornuss or hornet on account of the noise it makes as it whizzes through the air at up to 300km per hour. The role of the opposing team is to try to catch the ball with wooden paddles known as Schindel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hornussen"
The Omega European Masters is the Swiss stop on men's golf's European Tour, currently played in early September each year. It is the successor event to the Swiss Open, which was first played in 1923. In the 1971 event Baldovino Dassu became the first player to score 60 for 18 holes on the European Tour. The European Masters and the Swiss Open have been played at Crans-Sur-Sierre since at least 1971. The 2005 prize fund was €1,700,000, which is on the low side of middling for a European Tour event. ...more on Wikipedia about "Omega European Masters"
The Swiss Grand Prix was the premier auto race of Switzerland; in its later years, it was a Formula One race. ...more on Wikipedia about "Swiss Grand Prix"
Switzerland competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. It was the twentieth time that the nation participated. Switzerland competed under the IOC country code SUI. ...more on Wikipedia about "Switzerland at the 1996 Summer Olympics"
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