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Examples of "lancker"
Bart Van Lancker was appointed the manager of Kortrijk because the previous coach, Karim Belhocine, did not have the Pro license required to manage in the league. Van Lancker was previously the physical trainer at Deinze.
Van Lancker was named one of Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30 in 2015.
Eric Van Lancker (born 30 April 1961 in Oudenaarde) is a Belgian former road bicycle racer.
Van Lancker is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Van Lancker received a BFA with honors in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design.
Alain van Lancker (born 15 May 1947) is a former French cyclist. He competed in the team pursuit at the 1968 Summer Olympics.
The company was founded in 2012 by Eric Stromberg, Andrew Brown, and Willem Van Lancker, and is headquartered in New York City.
The EMB is currently chaired by Olivier Hinnekens, successor to the post at Anne Van Lancker former MEP (Socialist Group) and Charles-Ferdinand Nothomb, Belgian Minister of State.
Bart Van Lancker (born 17 March 1973) is a Belgian professional football assistant manager at Kortrijk in the Belgian Pro League.
Daniel Goens (born 15 September 1948) is a retired Belgian track cyclist who was most successful in the tandem, together with Robert Van Lancker. In this event, they won bronze medals at the 1968 Summer Olympics and 1967 World Championships, and a silver medal at the 1968 World Championships.
Anne Edward Marie Van Lancker (born 4 March 1954) is a Belgian politician and a former Member of the European Parliament (until 2009) for Belgium with the Socialistische Partij Anders (sp.a), part of the Socialist Group and sat on the European Parliament's Committee on Employment and Social Affairs and its Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality.
Anne Van Lancker was the only Belgian MEP in the European Convention, that presented a draft constitution for the EU in 2003. Her work during that convention earned her the title 'tireless battler for a social Europe' from Financial Times journalist Peter Norman.
Assistant Iowa Attorney General Nathan Blake and Johnson County Auditor Travis Weipert are considering running for the Democratic nomination. Other potential Democratic candidates include Clinton County Auditor Eric Van Lancker. Former Director of the Consumer Protection Division of the Iowa Attorney General's Office Bill Brauch was speculated as a potential candidate, but has ruled out running.
Robert Van Lancker (born 11 December 1947) is a Belgian track cyclist who mostly competed in sprint and tandem events (together with Daniel Goens), in which he won eight medals at the world championships between 1967 and 1974. At the 1968 Summer Olympics he won a bronze medal in the tandem and failed to reach the final in the individual sprint. Next year he turned professional and competed until 1976.
Willem Van Lancker is an American Internet entrepreneur and product designer who is best known for being the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of ebooks company Oyster. Previously he was a design lead for Google Maps where he worked on Google Maps for iOS and "The New Google Maps." He began his career at Apple where he helped create Apple's emoji while an intern at the company.
The twentieth stage of the race came down to a field sprint that was won by Bontempi. The penultimate stage of the race traversed several mountain passes in the Dolomites. Four riders escaped off the front of the peloton, meanwhile the general classification contenders remained together behind the leading group. As the leading group neared the finish, da Silva attacked and went on to win the stage by seven seconds. The general classification contenders finished together, despite attacks from LeMond. The race's final stage began and ended in Merano and . Belgian Eric Van Lancker won the leg by means of a bunch sprint.
White's immediate successor was Vaughters himself. Shortly afterward, the team hired Peter Van Petegem as classics advisor, with a short-term contract running from the beginning of March until Paris–Roubaix on April 10. The timing of the contract was to avoid an appearance of impropriety due to Van Petegem's role with the organizers of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and his own full-time job as an insurance broker. Van Petegem had, in his cycling career, won both Paris–Roubaix and the Tour of Flanders. He also served as a consultant with the team in 2010 helping Alberto Contador learn to ride the cobbles that figured into stage 4 of the 2010 Tour de France. This relationship had proved fruitful as Contador gained time on most of his rivals in that cobbled stage en route to winning the Tour de France; analysis had credited Van Petegem for Contador's success. With Van Petegem in the team car, Garmin-Cervélo won Paris–Roubaix with Johan Vansummeren. A week after Paris–Roubaix, the team hired Eric Van Lancker to a position somewhat in between White's and Van Petegem's in that he was not a short-term hire, but he was also not thought to be White's permanent replacement.
Phonagnosia is the auditory equivalent of prosopagnosia. Unlike Prosopagnosia, investigations of phonagnosia have not been extensively pursued. Phonagnosia was first described by a study by Van Lancker and Cantor in 1982. The subjects in this study were asked to identify which of four names or faces matched a specific famous voice. The subjects could not complete the task. Since then, there have been a couple studies done on patients with phonagnosia. The clinical and radiologic findings with computerized tomographic scans cat scan in these cases suggest that recognition of familiar voices is impaired by damage to the inferior and parietal regions of the right hemisphere while voice discrimination is impaired by temporal lobe damage of either hemisphere. These studies have also shown evidence for a double dissociation between voice recognition and voice discrimination. Some patients will perform normally on the discrimination tasks but poorly on the recognition tasks; whereas the other patients will perform normally on the recognition tasks but poorly on the discrimination tasks. Patients did not perform poorly on both tasks.
Three riders achieved multiple stage victories: Bontempi (stages 7, 10, 11, 17, and 20), da Silva (stages 9 and 21), and van Poppel (stages 2 and 13). Stage wins were achieved by eleven of the nineteen competing squads, eight of which won multiple stages. Carrera-Inoxpran collected a total of six stage wins through two riders, Bontempi and Visentini (stage 6). Del Tongo-Colnago amassed a total of two stage victories through the team time trial and Piasecki (stage 12). Skala-Skil also collected two stage successes with van Poppel. Ariostea–Gres achieved the same feat with individual stage wins from Santimaria (stage 1) and Pedersen (stage 15). Fagor also secured two stage wins through Earley (stage 14) and Muñoz (stage 16). Supermercati Brianzoli-Essebi obtained two stage victories with Baronchelli (stage 4) and Moser (stage 18). Malvor-Bottecchia-Vaporella also collected two stage successes with da Silva. Panasonic-Merckx-Agu recorded two stage victories with van der Velde (stage 19) and Van Lancker (stage 22). Atala-Ofmega, La Vie Claire, and Ecoflam-Jollyscarpe-BFB Bruc. all won a single stage at the Giro, the first through Freuler (prologue), the second through LeMond (stage 5), and the third by Chioccioli (stage 8).
Many Belgian cyclists have won one of the 5 monument cycle races. At the Tour of Flanders, Belgium counts 67 wins in 95 editions with 3 wins for Achiel Buysse, Eric Leman and Johan Museeuw. Roger De Vlaeminck holds the record of wins at Paris–Roubaix (4), and Belgium is the most successful country in this race with 54 wins in 109 editions. Liège–Bastogne–Liège was won 59 times on 97 by Belgian cyclists. Eddy Merckx holds the record of the most individual wins (5). At the Giro di Lombardia, Belgium counts 12 titles in 104 editions, with only Italy performing better. Milan – San Remo was won 7 times by Eddy Merckx, who holds the record of the most wins, and Belgium has won 20 times on 102, being the second most successful country after Italy in this race. In opposition to the big tours, which were not won anymore by Belgians since 1978, cyclists from Belgium are still being successful in the monument races. At Paris–Roubaix, Johan Museeuw and Tom Boonen have won 3 times each since 1996, and Peter Van Petegem and Johan Van Summeren have also won the race once each. At the Tour of Flanders, Belgium has 11 wins since 1993, with 3 by Johan Museeuw, 2 by Peter Van Petegem, Tom Boonen and Stijn Devolder and 1 by Andreï Tchmil and Nick Nuyens. In the other 3 monuments, Belgians has been less successful recently, with Andreï Tchmil being the only Belgian winner of Milan – San Remo in 1999 since Fons De Wolf in 1981. Philippe Gilbert has been the only winner of the Giro di Lombardia since Fons De Wolf in 1980, with wins in 2009 and 2010 and only 4 Belgians have won Liège–Bastogne–Liège since Joseph Bruyère in 1978: Eric Van Lancker in 1990, Dirk De Wolf in 1992, Frank Vandenbroucke in 1999 and Philippe Gilbert in 2011.