Paul Masson

Posted by darren - octubre 11th, 2017

Paul Michel Pierre Adrien Masson (ur. 11 października 1876 w Mustaghanam, zm. 30 listopada 1944) – francuski kolarz torowy i szosowy, trzykrotny mistrz olimpijski i brązowy medalista mistrzostw świata.

Na pierwszych nowożytnych igrzyskach olimpijskich w Atenach Masson wziął udział w trzech konkurencjach kolarskich, wygrywając w każdej z nich. W wyścigu na 1 okrążenie (333 1/3 metra) zwyciężył z przewagą 1 sekundy nad Stamatiosem Nikopoulosem i Adolfem Schmalem sec football uniforms. W sprincie na 1 km] ponownie wyprzedził Greka Nikolopoulosa, a także swojego rodaka Léona Flamenga. Zwyciężył ponadto w wyścigu na 10 km, wyprzedzając tym razem Flamenga i Schmala. Podczas rozgrywanych rok później mistrzostw świata w Glasgow zajął trzecie miejsce w sprincie zawodowców, ulegając Niemcowi Willy’emu Arendowi i Brytyjczykowi Charlesowi Bardenowi.

1896: Paul Masson • 1900: Georges Taillandier • 1920: Maurice Peeters • 1924: Lucien Michard • 1928: Roger Beaufrand • 1932: Jacobus van Egmond • 1936: Toni Merkens • 1948: Mario Ghella • 1952: Enzo Sacchi • 1956: Michel Rousseau • 1960: Sante Gaiardoni • 1964: Giovanni Pettenella • 1968: Daniel Morelon • 1972: Daniel Morelon • 1976: Anton Tkáč • 1984: Mark Gorski • 1988: Lutz Heßlich • 1992: Jens Fiedler • 1996: Jens Fiedler • 2004: Ryan Bayley • 2008: Chris Hoy • 2012: Jason Kenny

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Patrick Kwok-Choon

Posted by darren - febrero 23rd, 2017

Patrick Kwok-Choon is a Canadian actor, best known for his role as “Seth Park” on the TeenNick comedy-drama television series Open Heart sports team uniforms, and as Private David Taylor in The National Theatre of London / Mirvish co-production of War Horse.

Kwok-Choon was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to Sino-Mauritian parents. At the age of five, he subsequently moved to Brossard, Quebec, where he grew up.

He graduated from Centennial Regional High School with known actors Elisha Cuthbert, Jon Lajoie, and Tod Fennell.

In 2006 he completed his degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Theatre from Concordia University. He subsequently moved to Toronto, Ontario to attend George Brown Theatre School. Soon after graduating, he was offered a seat on George Brown Theatre School’s Advisory Board.

In 2014, Kwok-Choon was offered a scholarship to train at the CFC Actors Conservatory.

Kwok-Choon holds a black belt in Taekwon-Do, and a red II belt in Krav Maga.

He currently resides and works in Toronto, Ontario and Los Angeles, California.

Kwok-Choon landed his first starring role immediately after graduation. He played Ferdinand in the Canadian Stage’s production of The Tempest. As the show was running, he was hired again by Canadian Stage to rehearse and perform in Rock ‘n’ Roll by Tom Stoppard. Rock ‘n’ Roll was directed by Donna Feore, the spouse of Canada’s screen and stage legend Colm Feore. “Rock ‘n” Roll” ran in the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in Toronto msg meat tenderizer, Ontario and the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta.

In 2010, he played the title character in the world premiere of A Boy Called Newfoundland by Graeme Gillis at The Tarragon Theatre.

He has also performed in theatre’s across the country, most notably Theatre Passe Muraille, Factory Theatre, The Toronto Fringe Festival, and most recently The Princess of Wales Theatre in War Horse.

Kwok-Choon served as one of the main puppeteers for Handspring Puppet Company’s “War Horse”, and also played Private David Taylor, the supporting lead in the show.

Kwok-Choon’s breakthrough role in television was for the Global TV’s movie Befriend and Betray, directed by Ken Girotti followed suit by CBC Television movie Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town directed by Don McBrearty. He has also guest starred on Rookie Blue good goalie gloves, Nikita, and Lucky 7.

Kwok-Choon’s most notable role was “Seth Park”, a series lead on Open Heart. Open Heart is a 2015 American/Canadian mystery-drama television series produced by the Epitome Pictures unit of DHX Media in association with Marblemedia. It first aired on January 20 soccer jerseys cheap wholesale, 2015, on TeenNick in the United States and previously on YTV; now currently on ABC Spark in Canada.

In 2015, Kwok-Choon starred as “Jung” in the acclaimed Soulpepper Theatre Company’s play Kim’s Convenience. Kim’s Convenience played to sold out houses at the St Lawrence Centre for the Arts. In March 2015, CBC Television announced that a television series based on the play will air in the 2015-16 television season. The series will be shot from June to August 2016, and produced by Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre Company.

in 2016, Kwok-Choon starred in the upcoming show “Shoot The Messenger” for CBC. It will air in fall of 2017.

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