Tom Barras may refer to:
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Francisco Rodríguez may refer to:
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Sid Barras is an English former professional road racing cyclist from Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire. He was a professional for 18 years. One of Britain's foremost racing cyclists in the 1970s and 1980s with 380 wins, in 18 years as a professional. He was national champion three times and won a stage of the Tour of Majorca and in the 1973 Tour of Switzerland.
Thomas John Barras is an English former professional road racing cyclist, who took more than 100 race wins during his career. Barras is also the son of former professional racing cyclist, Sid Barras.
Events from the year 1980 in France.
Zhang Liang is the romanization of common names like 張良, 張亮 and 張梁.
Ted Smith may refer to:
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Stallard is a surname of English origin, meaning a person who is valiant or resolute, from the Middle English stalward, meaning "stalwart". The name may refer to:
Galina Yermolayeva may refer to:
Barras is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
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Adamsson is a Scandinavian surname.
Klier is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Thomas Elliott Barras is a British rower. He won a bronze medal in the single scull at the 2017 World Championships and a silver medal in the quadruple scull at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. He is also a qualified physiotherapist, having graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy from Cardiff University.
Adamsen is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: