|Full name||Tiina Nieminen|
|Born||11 May 1979|
Tiina Nieminen (born 11 May 1979) is a Finnish former racing cyclist. She won the Finnish national road race title in 2007.
Anu Kristiina Nieminen is a Finnish badminton player. Born in Helsinki, Nieminen has joined the national team in 1994. She is one of the best badminton players in Finland, having won twelve times National Championships, and competed at the Summer Olympics in four consecutive times.
Kauko 'Kake' Tapio Nieminen is a Finnish former speedway rider who raced for several teams in the UK, Sweden, and Poland, and as part of the Finland national speedway team.
Jarkko Kalervo Nieminen is a Finnish former professional tennis player. His highest ranking of world No. 13, achieved in July 2006, is a Finnish record. He has won two ATP singles titles and five doubles titles in his career. His best performances in Grand Slam tournaments have been reaching the quarterfinals of the 2005 US Open, the 2006 Wimbledon Championships, and the 2008 Australian Open.
The jouhikko is a traditional, two- or three-stringed bowed lyre, from Finland and Karelia, Russia. Its strings are traditionally of horsehair. The playing of this instrument died out in the early 20th century but has been revived and there are now a number of musicians playing it.
Ville Juhani Nieminen is a Finnish former professional ice hockey forward who played over 400 games in the National Hockey League.
Toni Markus Nieminen is a Finnish former ski jumper who competed from 1991 to 2004, with a brief comeback in 2016. He is one of the most successful contemporary ski jumpers from Finland, having won both the World Cup overall title and the Four Hills Tournament in 1992, and three medals at the 1992 Winter Olympics. He remains the youngest ever Winter Olympic gold medalist, at 16 years and 261 days. Additionally, he is known for being the first male ski jumper to land a jump surpassing 200 metres (660 ft), which he achieved in 1994 with a world record of 203 m (666 ft) on the ski flying hill in Planica.
Tiina Juulia Sanila-Aikio or Skolt Sami: Paavvâl Taannâl Tiina(born March 25, 1983 in Sevettijärvi, Inari, Finland) is a reindeer herder, Skolt musician, teacher, and a former vice-president and president of the Finnish Sámi Parliament.
No. 26 Squadron, renamed No. 26 Fighter Squadron was a fighter squadron of the Finnish Air Force during World War II. The squadron was part of Flying Regiment 2 during the Winter War and Flying Regiment 3 during the Continuation War.
Nieminen is a surname originating in Finland, where it is the third most common surname.
Tiina is an Estonian and Finnish feminine given name.
Samu Nieminen is a Finnish footballer who most recently played for Finnish club JJK. He plays as a central defender.
Kai Tapani Nieminen is a Finnish writer and recipient of the Eino Leino Prize in 1999. He is also a renowned translator of Japanese literature.
Timo Nieminen is a retired professional Finnish tennis player.
Tiina Sofia Salmén is a Finnish former football midfielder, who last played for Klepp IL in Norway's Toppserien. She previously played for HJK Helsinki in Finland's Naisten Liiga and Amazon Grimstad in the Toppserien.
Tiina Saario is a Finnish football midfielder. She plays club football for MPS in the Finnish second tier Naisten Ykkönen.
Roba is a Finnish television uniformed police drama series, directed by Joona Tena and Aleksi Mäkelä. Roba follows the daily life of Helsinki Police Department's uniformed police unit. The series stars Kari Hietalahti, Aku Hirviniemi, Aarni Kivinen, Leena Pöysti, Riku Nieminen and Tiina Lymi.
Tiina Inkeri Lymi is a Finnish actress, director, screenwriter and author. She received a Jussi Award as the Best Leading Actress for her work in the 1993 film Akvaariorakkaus.
Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is an Emirati sheikha and a member of the Dubai ruling family. Her father, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, is the prime minister of the UAE, and her mother, Houria Ahmed Lamara, is from Algeria.
Team Kuortane is a women's ice hockey team based in Kuortane, Finland. They compete in the Naisten Liiga (NSML), the premier women's hockey league in Finland. The team was founded by the Finnish Ice Hockey Association in 2010 with the mission to develop the ice hockey skills of young women in Finland; approximately half of the roster of the national under-18 team is filled by players from Team Kuortane. It was called Team Oriflame Kuortane from 2010 to 2014.
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