|Born||3 April 1994|
|World Cup debut||2017|
Tiia-Maria Talvitie (born 3 April 1994) is a Finnish biathlete.
Henkäys Ikuisuudesta is the first solo album by Finnish singer Tarja Turunen, and focuses on the Christmas holiday season. On November 26, 2010, Nuclear Blast released a re-mastered version of the CD, bringing a new artwork and a semi-new track list, with "Heinillä Härkien" replacing "Happy New Year" and "Maa On Niin Kaunis" replacing "Happy Christmas "; the new edition also contains the previously unpublished track "Arkihuolesi Kaikki Heitä", which replaced "The Eyes of a Child".
Tiia Erika Hautala is a Finnish former heptathlete.
Tiia Piili is a Finnish gymnast who has won the Federation of International Sports, Aerobics and Fitness (FISAF) sport aerobics World Championship four times.
Paloheinä is one of four quarters of the Tuomarinkylä district in Northern Helsinki, Finland. Described by the municipality as "a place where habitation, traditional agricultural milieus, and the forest meet", the Paloheinä recreation area is the northern continuation of Helsingin keskuspuisto, Helsinki's "Central Park".
Tiia-Riitta Johanna Reima is a Finnish retired ice hockey player and coach.
Wikmani poisid is a 1995-year television drama serial about the Wikman Private Gymnasium students from 1937 till their mobilization in 1944. The series is based on a 1988 novel Wikmani poisid by Jaan Kross.
Miller's law can refer to three different principles.
Virpi Talvitie is a Finnish illustrator and graphic artist.
The 2016–17 Biathlon World Cup – World Cup 4 was held in Oberhof, Germany, from 5 January until 8 January 2017.
Heikki Talvitie is a Finnish diplomat. He has served as Ambassador in Belgrade from 1984 to 1988, in Moscow from 1988 to 1992 and from Stockholm in 1996–2002. Talvitie has also been an EU Special Representative in the Caucasus and an OSCE Special Envoy in Georgia
Helge Jorma Johannes Talvitie is a Finland sheet metal worker and politician. He was a Member of the Parliament of Finland from 1975 to 1979, representing the Finnish People's Democratic League (SKDL).
Talvitie is a Finnish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
These are the team rosters of the nations participating in the women's ice hockey tournament of the 1998 Winter Olympics.
Tampereen Ilves Naiset are an ice hockey team in the Naisten Liiga, the premier women's ice hockey league in Finland. They are the representative women's team of the multi-sport club Ilves, based in Tampere, Pirkanmaa, and their home arena is the Tesoman jäähalli in Tampere's Tesoma district. They are the only team to have iced a team every season since the establishment of the Naisten SM-sarja in 1982. The team ranks second on the list of most Aurora Borealis Cup wins, with ten, and has claimed the most Finnish Championship medals in league history, with ten gold, twelve silver, and six bronze for 28 total medals.
Tiia Peltonen is a Finnish footballer who plays as a defender for Fortuna Hjørring in the Danish Women's League. and has appeared for the Finland women's national team.
The Tiia Reima Award is an ice hockey trophy seasonally awarded by the Finnish Ice Hockey Association to the top goal scorer of the Naisten Liiga regular season. It is named after Tiia Reima, one of the trailblazers of women's ice hockey in Finland and sole possessor of fifth on the list of all-time goals in the Naisten Liiga, though she was never the single-season top goal scorer in the league.
Tiia is an Estonian and Finnish feminine given name.
Tiia Koivisto is a Finnish professional golfer who plays on the Ladies European Tour (LET). She won the 2022 Jabra Ladies Open. In 2020, she topped the LETAS Order of Merit after winning the Czech Ladies Challenge.
Juho Talvitie is a Finnish professional footballer who plays as a winger for Belgian club Lommel and the Finland U19.