Andrea Ferris

In December 2012, she married Peruvian middle-distance runner Mario Bazán. 400 m: 54.73 – Ciudad de Guatemala, 18 September 2010. 800 m: 2:01.63 – Ponce, 12 May 2012. 1500 m: 4:15.22– 🇵🇪 Trujillo, 26 November 2013. 3000 m: 9:45.00 – 🇧🇷 Uberlândia, 26 May 2010. 3000 m steeplechase: 10:03.21– 🇵🇪 Trujillo, 28 November 2013.

List of international trips made by Madeleine Albright as United States Secretary of State

This is a list of international visits undertaken by Madeleine Albright (in office 1997–2001) while serving as the United States Secretary of State. The list includes both private travel and official state visits. The list includes only foreign travel which the Secretaries of State have made during their tenure in the position.

Tricia Flores

She represented Belize internationally at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. 100 m: 12.13 s (wind: +0.8 m/s) – San José, 3 June 2005. Long jump: 5.97 m (wind: -2.0 m/s) – Panama City, 16 April 2010. Triple jump: 12.00 m (wind: +1.4 m/s) – San José, 9 June 2007.

Juan Carlos Nájera

He studied at the Institute of Business Administration in Zacapa and the Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, where he earned a BA in Biology. 2007 * http://www.iaaf.org/athletes/guatemala/juan-c-najera-225702 Long jump: 7.16 m – Ciudad de Guatemala, 7 Jul 2007. Triple jump: 15.78 m – Ciudad de Guatemala, 6 Jul 2007. 1st place. University of Miami Open, USA: 15.35m. 1st place. 1st Central America, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico Athletic Meet, Guatemala city, Guatemala: 15.78m.

List of Spirit Airlines destinations

This is a list of destinations that Spirit Airlines serves as of February 2019.

List of capital cities by elevation

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This is a list of national capitals ordered by elevation. Higher elevations typically have social, economic, and architectural effects on cities, in particular colder temperatures in winter. Low elevation cities are often seaports or are close to the sea.

Takeshi Fujiwara

Outdoor Indoor 100 metres - 10.72 (Louisiana 2010). 200 metres - 21.40 (Louisiana 2010). 400 metres - 45.99 (Medellín 2012). 200 metres - 22.51 (Houston 2008). 400 metres - 45.44 (San José 2016). Sports reference biography. Tilastopaja biography.

Allan Segura

. *20,000 m: 1:25:06.83 hrs – San José, 26 June 2011 20 km: 1:23:12 hrs – 🇷🇺 Cheboksary, 10 May 2008. 50 km: 4:25:15 hrs – 🇲🇽 Chihuahua, 22 February 2014. Profile – CON-CRC. NBC Olympics Profile.

Allan Ayala

Ayala Acevedo, Allan
Allan Ayala Acevedo (born July 7, 1986 in Guatemala City) is a male track and field athlete from Guatemala, specialized in the 400m intermediate hurdles event. As a junior, he was a member of the team that broke the Guatemalan 4x400 relay Junior National Record in 2004. In 2007, Ayala ran for Dickinson State University in North Dakota and was named Outstanding DAC Conference Track Athlete in both indoors and outdoors events. He was runner-up in the 400IH in the NAIA national championships; also setting a new Guatemalan national record in the event. Three weeks later he set the 400 meters Guatemalan national record in Costa Rica.

List of diplomatic missions of Uruguay

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. ** Luanda (Embassy) ** Cairo (Embassy) ** Addis Ababa (Embassy) ** Pretoria (Embassy) ** Santiago (Embassy) ** Bogotá (Embassy) ** San José (Embassy) ** Havana (Embassy) ** Santo Domingo (Embassy) ** Quito (Embassy) ** San Salvador (Embassy) ** Guatemala City (Embassy) ** Mexico City (Embassy) ** Managua (Embassy) ** Panama City (Embassy) ** Asunción (Embassy and Consulate-General) ** Lima (Embassy) ** Caracas (Embassy) ** New Delhi (Embassy) ** Tehran (Embassy) ** Tel Aviv (Embassy) ** Tokyo (Embassy) ** Beirut (Embassy) ** Kuala Lumpur (Embassy) ** Ramallah (Embassy) ** Doha (Embassy) ** Riyadh (Embassy) ** Seoul (Embassy) ** Abu Dhabi (Embassy) ** Hanoi (Embassy) ** Vienna (Embassy) ** Brussels

List of the busiest airports in Central America

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La Nación (San José, Costa Rica). Aeropuerto internacional Daniel Oduber supera los 4 millones de pasajeros en los últimos cinco años, January 12, 2017. 7. Total Passenger Traffic for 2016, according to the Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport Authority About us. 8. El Heraldo (Tegucigalpa, Honduras). Honduras:En 14% aumenta el flujo de viajeros por aeropuertos. 9. Important: 2015 Total Passenger Traffic only, as presented on the airport website. 2015 Annual Statistics Report. 10. Important: 2015 Traffic Data for January-October only. Total Traffic according to the Institutional Yearbook, 2015 of Panama's Civil Aviation Authority. 11.

List of heads of missions from the Dominican Republic

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This is a list of current Heads of Dominican Republic Missions abroad. It is up to date as of May 2014.

No Es Lo Mismo Tour

No Es Lo Mismo Tour is a concert tour by Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz as promoting his album No Es Lo Mismo.

List of diplomatic missions of El Salvador

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. ** Buenos Aires (Embassy) ** Belmopan (Embassy) ** La Paz (Embassy) ** Brasília (Embassy) ** Santiago (Embassy) ** Bogotá (Embassy) ** San José (Embassy) **Havana (Embassy) ** Santo Domingo (Embassy) ** Quito (Embassy) ** Guatemala City (Embassy) ** Managua (Embassy) ** Panama City (Embassy) ** Lima (Embassy) ** Port of Spain (Embassy) ** Montevideo (Embassy) ** Caracas (Embassy) ** Beijing (Embassy) ** New Delhi (Embassy) ** Tel Aviv (Embassy) ** Tokyo (Embassy) ** Doha (Embassy) ** Seoul (Embassy) ** Vienna (Embassy) ** Brussels (Embassy) ** Paris (Embassy) ** The Hague (Embassy) ** Moscow (Embassy) ** Stockholm (Embassy) ** Geneva (Embassy) ** London (Embassy) **Brussels (Mission to the

Mayra Herrera

Mayra Pérez
Mayra Carolina Herrera Pérez (born 20 December 1988 in Guatemala City) is a Guatemalan race walker. She competed in the 20 km kilometres event at the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2016 Olympics. 10 km: 45:47 min – 🇬🇧 London, 11 Aug 2012. 20 km: 1:30:41 hrs – 🇨🇳 Taicang, 3 May 2014.

Gladys Landaverde

Gladys Hernández
Gladys Nataly Landaverde Hernández (born 23 February 1990 in San Ignacio, Chalatenango) is a Salvadoran middle-distance runner. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she competed in the Women's 1500 metres.

Blu (artist)

Blu
The following year, from October 2006 to December 2006, he returned to Central and South America for a long circuit of murals that included Mexico City, Guatemala City, Managua, San José (Costa Rica), and finally, Buenos Aires (Argentina). A year later he was again in South America, in São Paulo, Brazil, participating in the festival "A Conquista do Espaço" (Conquering Space). On that occasion he came up with a new interpretation of the "Christ of Corcovado" of Rio de Janeiro. In Blu's version Christ is literally submerged by tons of guns and rifles.

List of United Airlines destinations

United Airlines342
United Airlines flies to 78 domestic destinations and 108 international destinations in 73 countries including US across Asia, Americas, Europe and Oceania. This is a list of post-merger destinations, after United was issued a single operating certificate with the former Continental Airlines and does not include cities that were only served by United Express.

List of Continental Airlines destinations

San José del Cabo – Los Cabos International Airport. United States. Alaska. Anchorage – Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Arizona. Phoenix – Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Tucson - Tucson International Airport seasonal. California. Los Angeles International Airport. Ontario – Ontario International Airport. Sacramento – Sacramento International Airport. San Diego – San Diego International Airport. San Francisco – San Francisco International Airport. San Jose - San Jose International Airport. Santa Ana/Orange County – John Wayne Airport. Colorado. Denver – Denver International Airport. Montrose – Montrose Regional Airport seasonal. District of Columbia. Washington, D.C.

List of diplomatic missions of Panama

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. ** Cairo (Embassy) ** Rabat (Embassy) ** Pretoria (Embassy) ** Buenos Aires (Embassy) ** Belize City (Embassy) ** La Paz (Embassy) ** San José (Embassy) ** Havana (Embassy) ** Santo Domingo (Embassy) ** San Salvador (Embassy) ** Guatemala City (Embassy) ** Port-au-Prince (Embassy) ** Tegucigalpa (Embassy) ** Kingston (Embassy) ** Managua (Embassy) ** Asunción (Embassy) ** Lima (Embassy) ** Port of Spain (Embassy) ** Montevideo (Embassy) ** Caracas (Embassy) ** Jakarta (Embassy) ** Tel Aviv (Embassy) ** Manila (Embassy) ** Doha (Embassy) ** Singapore (Embassy) ** Seoul (Embassy) ** Bangkok (Embassy) ** Dubai (Consulate-General) ** Vienna (Embassy) **Warsaw (Embassy) ** Lisbon (Embassy) ** Moscow

List of Aeroméxico destinations

Aeroméxico and Aeroméxico Connect, which are both commercialized as Aeroméxico, serve the following destinations,.

Aviateca

Avianca Guatemala destinations
Aviateca is now known as Avianca Guatemala and is headquartered in Guatemala City. The airline is now a subsidiary of Avianca. The airline was established on 1929 as Aerovías de Guatemala, and was founded by Alfredo Denby Chattfield. In 1945, the airline was nationalized during the government of Juan José Arevalo and stablished as Empresa Guatemalteca de Aviación S. A., which was shortened to Aviateca. One of the original founders was Alfredo Castaneda Duarte who also served as a pilot. Aviateca started operations in March 1946 and early aircraft operated by the carrier included the Douglas DC-3. In 1961, service to Miami was originated with four-engined Douglas DC-6 airliners.

1991 UNCAF Nations Cup

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The following four teams qualified for the finals: A list of 13 referees from eight football federations for the tournament were chosenn to participate in the tournament. ;Referees The Estadio Nacional, Costa Rica's national stadium and home of the Costa Rica national football team, was announced as the sole venue of the tournament. Hotels and base camps were used by the four national squads to stay and train before and during the UNCAF Nations Cup tournament. All teams opted to stay in hotels in San José. Six venues were chosen as training grounds. Most teams opted to train outside San José. Only Costa Rica trained in the national capital on privately owned football pitches.