online marketing women profile: November 2010

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Nathalie Iannetta

Nathalie Iannetta, born May 15, 1972, is a French television journalist, an Italian origin.

From September 2005 to June 2008, she hosted a duet with Laurent Bazin i> Morning, the morning of the continuous news channel i> Télé.

Biography
After a degree in History and a Master of Political Science at the Sorbonne She began her career in late 1994 in newspaper within a small weekly newspaper The Republican Essonne.

In September 1997 she joined the sports department of the encrypted channel canal+ to present with Vincent Radureau The Journal of Football (weekly broadcast halftime of the championship matches in France) and Le Soir d'Europe (on the evenings of UEFA Cup) alongside with Thierry Gilardi. A year later, she presents the direct matches in the Championship of France.

During the 2000/2001 season, it has the sports section in the show NPA Matin presented by Devoise Alexander. In December 2000, Nathalie Iannetta shows his talents as an actress playing with Vincent Radureau and Antoine Robin in 2000, Boulevard du football, a sitcom which tells the year football in Europe. Two new episodes are available in June 2001 (to relive the season 2000/2001 in France and Europe). During the 2001/2002 season, she moved in Saturday Sport (every Saturday in the second half of the evening) to return to sporting events weekend. From September 2002 to December 2003, Saturday Sports is scheduled on Saturday afternoon to allow for tracking sports competitions live.

During the 2004/2005 season, she presents the show "Day Football" with Stephen Guy every Saturday in the second half of the evening on Canal. It provides a parallel column in We're No Angels, presented by Maïtena Biraben.

As of March 14, 2007 in preparation for the French presidential election of 2007, she co-hosts with Laurent Bazin at Elysee 2007, a debate between two politicians, every Wednesday from 8 to 30 am and 9:00 .

In the summer of 2008, Nathalie Iannetta left i> Télé and returns to Canal+ replace Hervé Mathoux presentation of "L'Équipe du Dimanche". She was also co-host with Hervé Mathoux the show Canal Football Club.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

irina makeeva

Irina Makeva, 70kg is the GREATEST armwrestler in the world irrespective of weight category. She won World Challenge in 2009. This super lady from Russia has been training armwrestling for nine years and she has won the World Champion title 10 TIMES.

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Residence: Vladicavcaz
Country: Russia
Education: Higher education (chemistry facultet-expert of food)
Now Im study in Moscow University,profession specialist of parlamentarism.
Religion: Orthodoxy
Fight Style: Straight across
Biceps: 37cm / 14,5 in
Forearm: 33 cm /13 in
Height: 173cm / 5.8ft
Weight: I started 45kg /99lbs, now 70kg / 154lbs
Started armwrestling: 2001, 14 years old
Toughest opponent: Polina Reva (Russia)
Toughest match: With Polina Reva in Europian Championship in Poland 2005 (left hand,60kg)

Achievs:
- 10 WAF World titles (both arms),
- 13 EAF European titles (both arms) 6 years in a row between 2005 and 2010,
- Multiple National Champion,
- 2x Champion of World Challenge.

Elizabeth Kucinich

Elizabeth Jane Kucinich née Harper (born 22 October 1977) is director of public affairs for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, and wife of the U.S. Congressman and former Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich.
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After university she spent 16 months in a rural Tanzanian village and worked as an advocate for regional development. After leaving Tanzania, she volunteered with a British Red Cross refugee unit, earned a certificate in Peace Studies from Coventry University and was employed as a fund-raiser for a seafarer's charity in London. Her volunteer work often brought her to the Forum for Stable Currencies at the House of Lords.
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At that time, she heard financial analyst Stephen Zarlenga speak about monetary reform. She was impressed and was soon hired to become Zarlenga's assistant at the Chicago-based American Monetary Institute.
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Kucinich is currently the director of public affairs for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Donna Biggers

Donna Biggers is a professional boxer, 5'2" featherweight/junior lightweight Donna Lee "Nature Girl" Biggers was born in Shelby, North Carolina on November 21, 1973 and is trained at Headhunter's Gym in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

She says that she got into boxing by accident. "I just kind of fell into it," she told Shelby Star reporter Randy Capp. "I've always been into staying in shape and working out, and I ran into Billy Mitchem one day. I went to his gym, tried boxing out and really liked it."

Donna in the ringDonna made her pro debut on July 19, 2003 at the National Guard Armory in Crossville, Tennessee, USA. She weighed in at 132 lbs and won a four-round unanimous decision over Helen Shari Penson (135 lbs) of Spartanburg, South Carolina, who was also making her pro debut. Biggers had been training for her first fight since November, 2002.

On September 6, 2004 at the Showplace in Richmond, Virginia, Donna faced Penson again, this time TKO'ing her at 1:17 into the first round.

On September 16, 2007 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jackie Nava (122 lbs) of Tijuana, Mexico won a 10-round unanimous (100-90) decision over Donna (122 lbs) for the WBC interim Super Bantamweight title. According to boxing photographer and WBAN contributor Mary Ann Owen, "Nava 's combinations were explosive and precise landing hard blows to Bigger's face and body. In the middle rounds Bigger's was rocked, at one point I thought the referee Robert Byrd was going to stop the fight, Biggers (left) eye was black and the right side of her head was very swollen. The middle and later rounds Biggers was in a survival mode, with Nava continuing to hammer Biggers, landing body and head shots. Biggers has a lot of heart and hung in the ten rounds, she definitely came to fight." Nava improved to 15-2-2 (9 KOs) while Biggers fell to 19-7-1 (15 KO's). Go here for more of Mary Ann Owen's photos of this fight

On June 12, 2008 at the Mohegan Sun Casino, in Uncasville, Connecticut, unbeaten former amateur standout Melinda Cooper (120 lbs) of Las Vegas, Nevada returned to the ring with a fourth round TKO over Donna (120 lbs) in a scheduled six rounder. Cooper improved to 19-0 (11 KO's) while Biggers fell to 19-8-1 (15 KO's).


statics
birth date: 1973-11-21
division: super bantamweight
height: 5′ 2″ / 157cm
alias: Nature Girl
country : United States
residence: Boiling Springs, South Carolina, United States
birth place: Shelby, North Carolina, United States
birth name: Donna Lee Biggers
won 19 (KO 16) + lost 9 (KO 4) + drawn 1 = 29
rounds boxed 102 KO% 55.17

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Anki Oberg

Anki Öberg is a professional strongwoman.





statics
Name: Anki Öberg
Born:1977
Work: Personal assistant for handicapped.
Qualifications:
4:th World strongest woman 2008
3:rd Europe´s strongest woman 2007
2:nd Swedens strongest Woman 2007
2:nd Pair Competiton Poland
3:rd Worlds Strongest Woman, Poland 10/9-06
3:rd Europe´s Strongest Woman Poland 11/12 2005
4:th European cup. Gdansk, Poland 12/11 2005
4:th London Invitational Strongwoman 2005
2:nd Ockelbo Showlifting 2005
3:rd England open, Strongest woman 2004
1:a ParMix in Vårgårda 2004
2 silver and 2 brons SM in Showlifting 2003
1:st Vänerlandscupen 2002,
3 gold, SM in Showlifting 2002,

Kati Luoto

Kati Luoto is a professional strongwoman.Kati 3 WORLD STRONGEST WOMAN 2008 .



She has competed in strongwoman competitions being Finnish champion several times and some success in international level as well.

Aneta Florczyk

Aneta Florczyk pseud. Atena (born 26 of February 1982 r. in Malbork) – Polish female athlete, especially strongwoman.

Aneta Florczyk started her career at the age of 16, as a powerlifter. She won Polish Championships several times, and in 2000 became European Champion. As a first Polish athlete she has broken the barrier of 500 kg in powerlifting.

After she had been suspended in national team (the suspension has later been proven unfounded and overruled by the court), she began training weightlifting, becoming Polish Champion in juniors and vice Champion in seniors.

Since 2002 she has started training on the equipment typical for strongman and strongwoman contests. Only a year later she won the World's Strongest Woman in Zambia and in 2004 – Europe's Strongest Woman in Ireland.

Later she was World's Champion / World's Strongest Woman in 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2008.

Powerlifting and bench press achievements
* 19 years old Juniors' Champion of Poland in bench press
* 23 years old Juniors' Champion of Poland in bench press
* Silver medal in Seniors' Polish Championship in bench press
* Silver medal on Polish Cup in bench press
* Gold medal on Polish Cup in powerlifting
* Seniors' Champion of Poland in powerlifting
* Sport class - champion' s international
* Member of National Team in bench press and powerlifting 1999-2001
* Powerlifting - second place in European Championship of seniors, Luxembourg 2000
* Record holder of Poland in powerlifting, weight category - 82,5 kg
* Juniors' Record holder of Europe in deadlift - 213 kg
* Silver medal in International Armwrestling Tournament
* As a first Polish woman she broke the barrier of 500 kg in powerlifting (507,5)
* As a first Polish woman she broke the barrier of 200 kg in deadlift

Weightlifting achievements
* 2002 – Polish Vice Champion in seniors
* 2002 – Polish Champion in juniors
* 2002 – European Championship finalist in juniors

Strongwoman achievements
* 2003 – Second place on Scandinavian Championship in Vasteras, Sweden
* 2003 – First place on Built Solid Strongman Challenge in Columbus, USA
* 2003 – Fourth place on European Strongest Woman in Ireland
* 2003 – First place on World' s Strongest Woman in Zambia
* 2004 – First place on European Strongest Woman in Northern Ireland
* 2005 – First place on FitExpo in London
* 2005 – First place on International Norway's Championship in Larvik
* 2005 – First place on World's Strongwoman Championship in Northern Ireland
* 2005 – Second place on World's Highland Games Cup in Scotland
* 2005 – First place on Bregstaed contest, Norway
* 2005 – First place on Europe's Strongwoman Championship in Bydgoszcz
* 2006 – First place on World's Strongwoman Championship in Opalenica
* 2006 – First place, with Tyberiusz Kowalczyk, on international Strongman/Strongwoman Pairs Competition
* 2007 – Winning the European Strongwoman Championship - Trondheim, Norway
* 2008 – Winning the World Strongwoman Championship - Poland, Tczew