VCB

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VCBVirtueller Campus Bayern (German: Bavaria Virtual Campus)
VCBVMware Consolidated Backup
VCBVietcombank (Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam)
VCBVoltage Collector Base
VCBVeronica Campbell-Brown (athlete)
VCBVolvo Compression Brake
VCBVisitor and Convention Bureau
VCBVenture Capital Bank (Bahrain)
VCBVicky Cristina Barcelona (movie)
VCBVacuum Circuit Breaker
VCBVlaamse Confederatie Bouw (Dutch: Flemish Confederation Building; Belgium)
VCBVirginia Commerce Bank
VCBVertical Centre of Buoyancy (boating)
VCBValue Control Box
VCBVinyl Cove Base
VCBVirginia Certification Board (Harrisburg, PA)
VCBVolvo Cars Belgium
VCBVacation Camp for the Blind (Spring Valley, NY)
VCBVelo Cape Breton (cycling; Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada)
VCBConstruction Battalion (US Navy)
VCBVideo Creations by Baz (personal blog)
VCBVertical Concrete Barrier (traffic control)
VCBVehicle Control Board
VCBVendor Charge-Back
VCBVaporization Chamber Bowl (recreational and therapeutic herbal vaporizer)
VCBVaginal Cuff Boost
VCBVane Cut Back (centrifugal pumps)
VCBVolunteer Commando Battalion (gaming)
VCBVienna Community Band (Vienna, VA)
VCBVestal Community Band (Vestal, NY)
VCBVisual Contact Broken
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Remaining cool and calm despite Jamaica's Veronica Campbell-Brown and Christine Arron of France holding a clear advantage at different stages of the race, the long-legged American, running with typical relaxed assurance, timed her run to perfection to strike gold in 22.16 -- by 0.15 from her countrywoman Rachelle Smith.
Jamaican Veronica Campbell-Brown, who has run a world-leading 11.06 this season, is an eight-time Olympic medalist and the 2010 Pre Classic winner.
Standing in the way of Felix's medal goals will be Jamaica's Veronica Campbell-Brown, with six career Olympic medals after a string of appearances dating back to Sydney in 2000.
Schippers came second at 10.83, followed by veteran Jamaican Veronica Campbell-Brown at 10.91.
I was thinking, 'I'm really trying my best but they're already gone so what on earth is the time going to be?' "When I crossed the line I was open mouthed - a 21.6 one and two is absolutely amazing and Veronica Campbell-Brown was running sub-22, all the medals sub-22.
Jamaica's Elaine Thompson came second with a personal best of 21.66, while compatriot Veronica Campbell-Brown won bronze.
"So when I crossed the line- if you see any pictures of me - I was just open mouthed because 21.6 one and two is absolutely amazing and VCB (Veronica Campbell-Brown) was running sub-22, all the medals sub-22.
"So when I crossed the line - if you see any pictures of me - I was just open-mouthed because 21.6 one and two is amazing and VCB (Veronica Campbell-Brown) was running sub-22, all the medals sub-22.
Thompson took silver in a personal best of 21.66, just ahead of Jamaican teammate Veronica Campbell-Brown in 21.97.
A season's best from Bianca Williams and a solid run from Margaret Adeoye means it will be a threepronged British attack in the 200m semi-finals, which the latter reached in unusual circumstances as she followed home Veronica Campbell-Brown.
Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare easily outpaced highly-decorated Jamaican sprinters Fraser-Pryce and Veronica Campbell-Brown. Okagbare produced a season's best 10.98 secs, with Campbell-Brown in fourth and Olympic champion Fraser-Pryce in fifth.
At the 2004 Summer Games, she finished second in the women's 200-meter race, behind Jamaica's Veronica Campbell-Brown, and earned the silver medal.