STINA

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STINASteel Tube Institute of North America
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"We also have King Creosote, Steve Mason from The Beta Band, Emma Pollock, and younger talent such as C Duncan, Kathryn Joseph, Fatherson and Honeyblood' Stina Tweeddale.
| Nikita Parris (left) and Sweden's Stina Blackstenius battle for the ball
Stina Blackstenius beat Canada's Shelina Zadorsky and goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe to score (AFP / THOMAS SAMSON / MANILA BULLETIN)
Stina Nilsson survived a desperate assault from Norway's Therese Johaug to give Sweden a first ever world title in the women's 4x5-kilometres cross country relay on Thursday.
Stina has established a new wholly-owned Austrian subsidiary, Enerox GmbH, that has acquired the Gildemeister assets and business.
Participating in her second Olympics, Diggins, 26, won the gold with a powerful late finishing kick to edge Sweden's Stina Nilsson by 0.19 seconds.
Sweden's Stina Nilsson won the women's cross-country skiing sprint classic, with Norway's Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo winning the equivalent men's event.
Akram Khan and Stina Quagebeurre at rehearsals LAURENT LIOTARDO
This is the first time that it has been successfully proven by research," said Stina Oredsson of Lund University.
Martens spun her marker to find the bottom right-hand corner of the net with a shot which goalkeeper Stina Petersen got her fingertips to.
Luna Gevitz's weak pass to Boye invited the lurking White to step in and apply the pressure, and when the Danish number five's back-pass was tipped on to the crossbar by Stina Lykke, White collected the rebound and fired in the winner.
"The most important thing for use in a clinical setting is safety," said researcher Stina Simonsson.