Hamar

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Hamar

(hä`mär), city (1995 pop. 26,284), capital of Hedmark co., SE Norway, on Lake Mjøsa. It is a commercial, industrial, and winter-sports center. Hamar was founded in 1152 as an episcopal see by Nicholas Breakspear (later Pope Adrian IV) and is now a Lutheran episcopal see.
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Eidsiva Energi, headquartered in Hamar, Norway, is a regional energy company owned by the Hedmark and Oppland counties and local municipalities.
TeliaSonera International Carrier, a subsidiary of Finnish-Swedish telecomms group TeliaSonera AB, is to provide Internet access via a 3Gb network connection at the Gathering event on 19-24 March, 2008, in Hamar, Norway.
HAMAR, Norway - Japan's Shihomi Shinya finished fourth in the women's overall standings at the world sprint speed skating championships on Sunday.
The Allround Championships was in Hamar, Norway, this year, with the shorter Sprint Championships in Nagano, Japan.
Neither Tony Rickardson or Leigh Adams reached the final but going into the final Grand Prix of the season in Hamar, Norway on October 4 they both still have a chance of ultimate victory.
2003 dates: May 17, Chorzow, Poland; May 31, Stockholm, Sweden; June 14, Cardiff, GB; June 28, Copenhagen, Denmark; July 12, Krsko, Slovenia; August 23, Gothenburg, Sweden; September 6, Prague, Czech Republic; September 20, Bydgoszcz, Poland; October 4, Hamar, Norway.
THE Millennium Stadium Grand Prix is the third of a 10-stage World Championship which visited Hamar, Norway and Bydgoszcz, Poland last month.
Provisional 2002 Grand Prix dates: May 11 - Hamar, Norway, May 25 - TBC, Poland, June 8 - Cardiff, Great Britain, June 22 - Krsko, Slovenia, July 6 - Stockholm, Sweden, July 20 - Prague, Czech Republic, Aug 31 - Gothenburg, Sweden, Sept 14 - TBC, Poland, Sept 28 - Vojens, Denmark, Oct 26 - Sydney, Australia.
Stunned pundits watched him take gold in Hamar, Norway, then set a new one hour world record.
The Americans were eliminated in the second round after a 4-1 loss to Canada on Sunday in Hamar, Norway.
Louis and Kansas City, MO, DNMC also has international offices in Oslo and Hamar, Norway, Dublin, Ireland, Ontario, Canada, and several other locations across the Nordic Region, the Baltic States, and the UK.