Thomas Schneider (right) at the 2012 European Championships
|Born||November 7, 1988|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Weight||83 kg (183 lb)|
|Event(s)||4 × 400m Relay|
Thomas Schneider (born November 7, 1988 in Forst, Bezirk Cottbus) is a German sprint athlete.
Forst (Lausitz) is a town in Brandenburg, Germany. It lies east of Cottbus, on the river Lausitzer Neiße which is also the German-Polish border, the Oder-Neisse line. It is the capital of the Spree-Neiße district. It is known for its rose garden and textile museum. The town's population is 18,651. In Forst, there is a railway bridge across the Neiße belonging to the line Cottbus–Żary which is serviced by regional trains and a EuroCity train between Hamburg and Kraków (2011). There is also a road bridge across the river north of Forst.
The Bezirk Cottbus was a district (Bezirk) of East Germany. The administrative seat and the main town was Cottbus.
Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central and Western Europe, lying between the Baltic and North Seas to the north, and the Alps to the south. It borders Denmark to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic to the east, Austria and Switzerland to the south, France to the southwest, and Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands to the west.
|2007||European Junior Championships||Hengelo, Netherlands||2nd||4 × 400 m relay||3:08.64|
|2009||European Team Championships||Leiria, Portugal||2nd||4 × 400 m relay||3:02.30|
|2010||European Championships||Barcelona, Spain||4th||4 × 400 m relay||3:02.65|
|2011||European Indoor Championships||Paris, France||2nd||400 m||46.42|
|European Team Championships||Stockholm, Sweden||2nd||400 m||45.98|
|3rd||4 × 400 m relay||3:04.10|
|2012||European Championships||Helsinki, Finland||3rd||4 × 400 m relay||3:01.77|
|Olympics||London, Great Britain||6th (h)||4 × 400 m relay||3:03.05|
|2013||World Championships||Moscow, Russia||12th (h)||4 × 400 m relay||3:02.62|
|2014||European Championships||Zürich, Switzerland||6th||4 × 400 m relay||3:01.70|
|2015||IAAF World Relays||Nassau, Bahamas||3rd (B)||4 × 400 m relay||3:04.90|
|2017||IAAF World Relays||Nassau, Bahamas||6th (B)||4 × 400 m||3:09.53|
Romy Schneider was a film actress born in Vienna who held German and French citizenship. She started her career in the German Heimatfilm genre in the early 1950s when she was 15. From 1955 to 1957, she played the central character of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in the Austrian Sissi trilogy and later reprised the role in a more mature version in Visconti's Ludwig. Schneider moved to France where she made successful and critically acclaimed films with some of the most notable film directors of that era.
Robert Michael Schneider is an American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and director. A stand-up comic and veteran of the NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, he went on to a career in feature films, including starring roles in the comedy films Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, The Hot Chick, The Benchwarmers, and Grown Ups. Schneider is the father of singer Elle King.
Frederick William Schneider III is an American singer, songwriter, arranger, and musician, best known as the frontman of the rock band The B-52's, of which he is a founding member.
John Richard Schneider is an American actor and country music singer. He is best known for his portrayal of Beauregard "Bo" Duke in the American television action/comedy series The Dukes of Hazzard,, Jonathan Kent in the 2001–11 TV series Smallville, and James "Jim" Cryer on the television series The Haves and the Have Nots, created by Tyler Perry.
Schneider Electric SE is a French multinational corporation that specializes in energy management, automation solutions, spanning hardware, software, and services. Native of France, the company is headquartered in Rueil-Malmaison and is also based at the World Trade Center of Grenoble with offices throughout the world. It is a Fortune Global 500 company, publicly traded on the Euronext Exchange, and is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index. In FY2016, the company posted revenues of about €25 billion.
Dan Schneider is an American actor, television writer, and producer. After appearing in mostly supporting roles in a number of 1980s and 1990s films and TV shows, Schneider devoted himself to behind-the-scenes work in production. He is the co-president of television production company Schneider's Bakery and made What I Like About You for The WB and All That, The Amanda Show, Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, iCarly, Victorious, Sam & Cat, Henry Danger, Game Shakers, and The Adventures of Kid Danger for Nickelodeon.
Semenkare Nebnuni is a poorly attested pharaoh of the early 13th Dynasty during the Second Intermediate Period. According to Egyptologists Darrell Baker and Kim Ryholt, Nebnuni was the ninth ruler of the 13th dynasty. Alternatively, Jürgen von Beckerath and Detlef Franke see him as the eighth king of the dynasty.
Julius Gustav Albert "Bert" Schneider was a Canadian welterweight boxer who competed in the early 1920s.
Neferkare II was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the Eighth Dynasty during the early First Intermediate Period. According to the egyptologists Kim Ryholt, Jürgen von Beckerath and Darell Baker he was the third king of the Eighth Dynasty. As a pharaoh of the Eighth Dynasty, Neferkare II's capital would have been Memphis.
Djedkare Shemai may have been an ancient Egyptian pharaoh during the Eighth dynasty of the 1st intermediate period. His name is only attested on the Abydos King List, no contemporary document or building with his name has been found.
Neferkamin Anu was a pharaoh of ancient Egypt during the First Intermediate Period. According to the Abydos King List and the latest reconstruction of the Turin canon by Kim Ryholt, he was the 13th king of the Eighth Dynasty. This opinion is shared by the egyptologists Jürgen von Beckerath, Thomas Schneider and Darrell Baker. As a pharaoh of the Eighth Dynasty, Neferkamin Anu would have reigned over the Memphite region.
Roy Lester Schneider is a physician in the United States Virgin Islands who served as the fifth elected governor of that territory from January 5, 1995 to January 4, 1999. He was the fifth elected governor of that territory and the 26th overall.
Mycle Schneider is a Paris-based nuclear energy consultant, and lead author of The World Nuclear Industry Status Reports. He has advised members of the European Parliament on energy issues for more than 20 years. In 1997 he received the Right Livelihood Award.
Thomas Schneider is a German professional football manager and former defender, who is assistant manager to Joachim Löw for the German national team. Schneider had previously been manager of Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart.
John Schneider is the general manager for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL). Schneider was previously a front office executive for the Washington Redskins, Green Bay Packers, and the Seattle Seahawks in 2000. Schneider served as the Director of Football Operations for the Green Bay Packers from 2008 to 2009. He was the one of the architects that created the Seattle Seahawks roster that eventually went on to win Super Bowl XLVIII and appeared in Super Bowl XLIX.
Sewadjkare was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 13th Dynasty during the early Second Intermediate Period. According to egyptologists Kim Ryholt and Darrell Baker he was the eleventh ruler of the dynasty, reigning for a short time c. 1781 BC. Alternatively, Thomas Schneider, Detlef Franke and Jürgen von Beckerath see him as the tenth king of the 13th dynasty, with Schneider placing his reign at c. 1737 BC.
The Embassy of Tajikistan in Washington, D.C. is the Republic of Tajikistan's diplomatic mission to the United States. It's located at 1005 New Hampshire Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the West End neighborhood.
Nedjemibre was an ephemeral Egyptian pharaoh of the 13th Dynasty of Egypt during the Second Intermediate Period reigning c. 1780 BC or 1736 BC.
Thomas Schneider may refer to:
Sir (Gualterus) Stewart Schneider was the 7th Solicitor General of Ceylon. He was appointed on 1917, succeeding Thomas Garvin, and held the office until 1917. He was succeeded also by Thomas Garvin.
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