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1. Gale (surname) of golf video games

Gale is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Andrew Gale (born 1983), British cricketer

Anthony Gale (died 1843), fourth commandant of the United States Marine Corps

Bob Gale (born 1951), motion picture screenwriter

Bob Gale (cricketer) (19332018), English cricketer

Brendon Gale (born 1968), Australian rules footballer

Colin Gale (19322008), Welsh footballer

David Gale (19212008), mathematician

David Gale (actor) (19361991), British actor

Eddie Gale (19412020), American trumpeter

Eddra Gale (19212001), American actress and singer

Eric Gale (19381994), American jazz and session guitarist

Ernest Gale (19142005), British microbiologist

Fay Gale (19322008), Australian cultural geographer and professor

Frederick Gale (18231904), English cricket writer and cricketer

George Gale (disambiguation)

Gladys Gale (18911948), American nightclub singer, vaudeville performer, and character actress

Grant O. Gale (19031998), physics professor

Hannah Gale (18761970), Canadian politician

Henry Gale (astrophysicist) (18741942), American astrophysicist and author

Henry Gale (British Army officer) (18831944), British Army officer

Humfrey Gale (18901971), British Army lieutenant general

Iain Gale (born 1959), British author

Jennifer Gale (19602008), American transgender perennial political candidate in Texas

John Gale (disambiguation)

Joseph Gale (18071881), American pioneer

Joseph H. Gale (born 1953), American judge

Kate Gale (born 1965), American poet, librettist, and independent publisher

Kelly Gale (born 1995), Australian Swedish Indian model

Lauren Gale (19171996), American basketball player

Levin Gale (17841834), American politician

Lorena Gale (19582009), Canadian actress

Mariah Gale (born 1980), British-Australian actress

Maura Gale, American voice actress

Megan Gale (born 1975), Australian model

Melvyn Gale (born 1952), cellist for the Electric Light Orchestra

Michael Gale (born 1966), former Australian rules football player

Michael Gale (businessperson) (born 1962), Australian-American businessperson, son of Fay Gale

Michael Denis Gale (19432009), British plant geneticist

Mitchell Gale (born 1990), American football player

Nathan Gale (19792004), murderer

Norman Gale (18621942), poet

Parnell Gale (died 1818), Mayor of Galway in 1817

Patrick Gale (born 1962), British author

Philip Gale, computer prodigy

Richard Gale (disambiguation)

Robert Gale (disambiguation)

Roger Gale (born 1943), English politician

Shaun Gale (born 1969), English former footballer

Shirley Gale (19152008), American botanist, botanical illustrator, and conservationist

Terry Gale (born 1946), Australian golfer

Theophilus Gale (16281678), English theologian

Thomas Gale (c. 16301702), English classical scholar

Tommy Gale (racing driver), former NASCAR Cup Series driver

Tony Gale (born 1959), English football player and coach

Tristan Gale (born 1980), American athlete

Vi Gale (19172007), Swedish-born American poet and publisher

Walter Frederick Gale (18651945), Australian banker and astronomer

William Gale (disambiguation)

Zona Gale (18741938), American writer

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2. Later StarCraft career of golf video games

Ji-hun did not win any major tournaments from 2005 until 2009, although managed to make it into the semifinals of a tournament once in 2007. In February 2009 he started to serve his mandatory two year service for the Republic of Korea Air Force. In doing so he joined the professional StarCraft team Airforce ACE. In June 2009 he said that he had not played for 300 days, but played again in order to fulfill his service, and said that he will use his mentality to get back to playing the game. In 2010 he was asked to go to Korean Air's main hangar to watch the OSL, along with all of the other past winners, and accepted. In June 2010 he was ranked 103 with 71.

4 points in KeSPA rankings.

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3. Filmography of golf video games

FilmGangs of New York (2002)

Hooligans (2005) Mitch

The Tiger and the Snow (2005) Soldato Americano

Ambition (2005)

Incubus (2006) Orin Kiefer (voice) (uncredited)

Hero of the Rails (2009) Thomas and Percy (US voice)

Leap Year (2010)

Misty Island Rescue (2010) Thomas and Percy (US voice)

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Brandt's Aide

Day of the Diesels (2011) Thomas and Percy (US voice)

Blue Mountain Mystery (2012) Thomas and Percy (US voice)

King of the Railway (2013) Thomas, Percy and Diesel (US voice)

Tale of the Brave (2014) Thomas and Percy (US voice)TelevisionOrsum Island (2008) Kodi (voice)

Thomas & Friends (200915) Thomas, Percy and Diesel (US voice)

SkaterBots - (2011-2016) Rodney Hawkins (voice)

Doctor Who (2015) Hell Bent - ManVideo gamesSimon the Sorcerer II: The Lion, the Wizard and the Wardrobe (1995)

TimeSplitters: Future Perfect (2005)

Juiced (2005)

Sniper Elite (2005)

So Blonde (2008)

Deponia (2012)

The Crew (2014)

Jerry McPartlin: Rebel with a Cause (2015)

Randal's Monday (2015)

Homefront: The Revolution (2016)

Star Ocean: Anamnesis (2016)Other workDay Out with Thomas (20142015) - Thomas and Percy (voice, pre-record dialogue)

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4. Film and television of golf video games

Mister X (1958 film), a 1958 Soviet musical film directed by Yuli Khmelnitsky

Mister X (1967 film), a 1967 Italian superhero film directed by Piero Vivarelli also known as Avenger X

Mr. X (1987 film), a 1987 Bollywood sci-fi film starring Amol Palekar directed by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas

Mr. X (2015 film), a 2015 Bollywood sci-fi film starring Emraan Hashmi

Mr. X, a recurring puppet on The Canadian Howdy Doody Show

Mr. X, a recurring arch-criminal of comic Arabic films played by Fouad el-Mohandes

Mr. X, in the animated series The X's

Mr. X, a villain in the anime series Lupin III.

Mr. X (Simpsons), Homer's pseudonym in the Simpsons episode "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes"

X (The X-Files), a character in the television series The X-Files

The Amazing Mr. X, a.k.a. The Spiritualist, a 1948 thriller film

Mr. X, an assassin in the 2008 film Wanted, played by David O'Hara

Mr. X, another name for the Observer 'September' in the television series Fringe

Refers to another character who appears in the Season 3 episode "Lysergic Acid Diethylamide" from Fringe

Mr. X, the pseudonym for Goofy in the animated short Aquamania

Two characters in various Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series associated with Mondo Gecko

A crime boss/terrorist in the 1987 animated series

An alias for the character Xever Montes/Fishface in the 2012 animated series

The placeholder name the farmer is given when he gets amnesia in the Shaun the Sheep Movie

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5. Nicky Robinson (game programmer) of golf video games

Nicky Robinson is an American computer game programmer and software developer. Her career spanned over thirty years, extending back to titles such as Star Control and Mail Order Monsters, which she worked on with Evan Robinson and game designer Paul Reiche III. Robinson later worked at 3DO as a game programmer and on the Android software as a release manager on the Skype team at Microsoft.

Robinson is credited as helping start the Game Developers Conference as an offshoot of the Journal of Computer Game Design. She later served in the board of the conference at the invitation of Chris Crawford.

Robinson's work has been published by Electronic Arts, Activision, Accolade, 3DO and Atari.

Robinson had been active in the organization and leadership of Women in Games International, a group dedicated to involving more women in professional game development and to advancing their careers.

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6. Teams of golf video games

The Columbus Blue Steel won the Bronx Championships on November 3, 2006. In 2006, Blue Steel had two All-City Players, a Linebacker and a Defensive End. The Columbus Explorers Varsity Tennis Team has acclaimed more importance in the last few years reaching the playoff 3 out of 4 years while The Girls' A-Division Varsity team reached the finals in the School year of 05'-06'. Also the track team won second place in 2007 in cross country, and that same year they won the Bronx indoor championship beating Clinton.

The boys' lacrosse team in 2010 won the PSAL championship, the first PSAL title Columbus had won. The boy's lacrosse team has also gone to back to back championship games in 20182019.

Most recently, the 2019 Varsity Softball team finished the season a perfect 19-0 and won the PSAL City Championship. Coached by Johan Lang, it was the first PSAL championship for girls sports in Columbus' 81 year history. They are the only team in school history to have a perfect season (including playoffs). The team broke school records for most runs scored in a season, least runs given up, and biggest run differential in a season.

In men's Bowling, Columbus won the division championship 3 years in a row 95-97 and again in 2018 breaking a 22 year drought.

The girls' volleyball team was dominant in their division in the late 80s, early 90s under the coaching of Annette Leder.

Other Columbus teams include:

Girls' Teams: Soccer, Soft Ball, Basketball, Tennis, Track, Cheerleading, Step, Bowling, Gymnastics, Golf, Flag Football, Volleyball

Boys' Teams: Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Track, Bowling, Golf, J.V. Football, Varsity Football, Lacrosse, VolleyballThe soccer team also has been successful in winning divisions in 2008 and 2009 and is in the process of producing young players such as Martin Dadaj, Armand Dadaj, Alhousein Bah, Mamoudou Diallo, Malal Diallo, Mamadou Barry, Endri Berisha, Frank Osei and Michael Asante.

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7. Norby Williamson of golf video games

Norby Williamson (born c. 1963) is an American executive and television producer. He is the Executive Senior Vice President of Studio and Event Production for ESPN. Since October 2005, Williamson has overseen all studio shows as well as all live sporting events on ESPN networks.

Williamson was born in central Connecticut in the early 1960s. He graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with a bachelor's degree in corporate and video communications. He began his career in the ESPN mailroom in the 1980s. He was the first producer for SportsCenter.

In 2006, Williamson placed #67 on The Sporting News Power 100.

In September 2017, Williamson became ESPN's executive vice president of studio production. He was formerly critical of Stuart Scott's "Boo-Yah!" catchphrase and once told Bob Ley that his beard looked stupid.

In 2020 it was announced that he reduced The Dan LeBatard show with Stugotz from 3 to 2 hours.

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8. University Stadium (Thiruvananthapuram) of golf video games

University Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in the city of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala and is used for predominantly football and also for athletics. University stadium had hosted the first one-day international cricket match in kerala.

The stadium is owned by the University of Kerala and was opened by Sir Mirza the Diwan of the erstwhile princely state of Hyderabad in 1940. The stadium has a capacity of 20,000. The G. V. Raja Pavilion is in the stadium. The stadium was used as the home ground for the Indian domestic cricket team Kerala till the late 1980s. The stadium has hosted 2 ODI matches with the host team India losing one match and the other match yielded no result.

The stadium was the home ground of Chirag United Club, for the 2011-2012 I-League season.

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9. Early StarCraft career of golf video games

Seo Ji-hun uses the Terran race. He first played StarCraft on a professional level during the 2001 Summer OSL Qualifiers. Later, in 2003 he was able to win the 2003 Olympus Ongamenet Starleague. At this time he was on CJ Entus. In September of the same year, Ji-hun was able to come in third in the Korean Qualifiers. In October he won the 2004 World Cyber Games Grand Final. He was also able to place third in the You Are the Golf King MBCGame StarLeague. In the 2005 EVER OnGameNet StarLeague he was seen as a veteran who had the potential to win the title, but came in third place. In 2005 he came in first place in the World Cyber Games Progamer selection for StarCraft, but did not place in the main event. During this time period, he was given the nickname Perfect Terran.

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10. Sen g Ceallachin of golf video games

Sen g Ceallachin (12 May 1923 17 February 2013) was a journalist, author and broadcaster and former Gaelic footballer and hurler with Dublin and Eoghan Ruadh.

He was born in Newcastlewest, County Limerick, and grew up in Fairview, County Dublin where he attended a Gaelscoil (Irish-medium school). He twice won the Feis Ceoil competition for his singing talents in the Irish language. He married Anna McDonagh in 1954. They had three children. Finn, Caitrona, and Sinad. He lived most of his married life in Raheny, Dublin.

He represented Dublin from 1943 to 1953 in hurling and played in the All-Ireland Final of 1948 scoring a goal and also played in the 1946 National League Final.

Sen had a Sunday night radio programme on Raidi Teilifs ireann (RT) entitled Gaelic Sports Results, which was the longest running continuously broadcast radio feature in the world. He took over the show in place of his father in 1953 and retired after the broadcast of 8 May 2011, fifty-eight years later. The Gaelic Sports Results programme had a worldwide audience amongst the Irish diaspora through satellite and web broadcasting. He began his media career with The Evening Press and continued until its closure in 1995. Sen g died on Sunday 17 February 2013 aged 89.

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