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IWGA Athlete of the Month for April 2014, ranked second in the Compound competition at Shanghai 2014 and shot a clean 150 in her semifinal match, turning 19 on that day, which was "my best birthday ever."
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IWGA Athlete of the Month for May 2014, who won the gold medal (weight class 60 kg) at IFMA World Championships Malaysia 2014. Moreover: "Bullet" (her nickname) works with kids from the ghetto in one of the Sport Is Your Gang projects in Peru.
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IWGA Athlete of the Month for June 2014, after winning gold medals in both singles and doubles (with partner Samantha Salas) at the 2014 IRF World Championships in Burlington, Ontario. Her motto: "Have Fun, Play Hard and Smart! Believe in Yourself!".
Brazilian Men’s Team
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IWGA Athletes of the Month for July 2014.The team won the World Championship in Recife Brazil. It was their fourth such title (after 2006, 2010 and 2012). Brazil also achieved the Gold Medal at The World Games 2013.
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IWGA Athlete of the Month for August 2014. The 21-year-old Czech climber from Brno was crowned IFSC Boulder World Champion on August 23, 2014 in Munich. He was the only climber to conquer all four problems in the finals.
German Women's Team
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IWGA Athletes of the Month for September 2014. Germany won the Gold at the ICF Canoe Polo World Championships in Thury-Harcourt (France). The ICF reported: "Germany confirmed their total domination in the women’s category".
Nino Langella & Khrystyna Moshenska
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IWGA Athletes of the Month for October 2014. The Latin Dance couple won the World Champion title in Ostrava, Czech Republic. After their last dance, they announced that they would pursue their careers independently.
Carl Yngvar Christensen
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IWGA Athlete of the Month for November 2014.He is the first powerlifter in the history to lift more than 1'200kg. At the World Championships in Aurora, Colorado he lifted 490kg in squat, 350 kg in bench-press and 390kg in deadlift.
Men’s Floorball Team
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IWGA Athletes of the Month for December 2014. The Swedish National Floorball Team is maybe one of the best ever teams to have won a World Championships. It has now won two consecutive World Championship titles in a row.