Grenchen


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Grenchen

(grĕn`khən), Fr. Granges, town (1990 pop. 16,241), Solothurn canton, NW Switzerland. It is a watchmaking center.
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Address : Baudirektion Grenchen, Dammstrasse 14, 2540 Grenchen, Schweiz
KATIE ARCHIBALD has returned from the European Track Championships in Grenchen, Switzerland with a hat-trick of gold medals.
Trott's treble in Grenchen, Switzerland, took her European career haul to a record 10 - with three in four days.
THERE was double gold for Great Britain at the European Track Cycling Championships in Grenchen as the men and the women delivered dominant displays in the team pursuit.
CYCLING: There was double gold for Great Britain at the European Track Cycling Championships in Grenchen as the men and the women delivered dominant displays in the team pursuit.
CYCLING: European Track Championships, Grenchen - British Eurosport 2 6pm.
Jack de Gier NICKNAMED Il Butre, The Vulture, Dutch striker Jack de Gier swooped in for a pre-season friendly against Grenchen in Switzerland in 1993.
Lo strumento, regalatogli dalla madre, lo accompagno dalla fortezza di Savona a Grenchen, a Berna, a Roma, a Londra.
The Oris team reached Oman after having flown to Grenchen in Switzerland, Thessaloniki and Crete in Greece, Cairo and Hurghada in Egypt, Jeddah and Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.
Sandler and its partner Akustik & Innovation implemented a new acoustic insulation concept in the cycle track and event arena Velodrome Suisse in Grenchen, Switzerland.
Originally founded by an ex-pat Englishman making bikes for British name, Raleigh, the company was bought in 2001 by Swiss businessman Andy Rihs, who built an impressive, new factory in Grenchen, near Bern, with the simple, unequivocal aim of creating a bike and a team capable of winning the Tour de France.
In June 30, the Solothurn cantonal police raided two indoors production sites of marijuana located in business premises in the town of Grenchen.