• Corrie Sanders

    Corrie Sanders

    Cornelius Johannes "Corrie" Sanders (7 January 1966 – 23 September 2012) was a South African professional boxer who competed from 1989 to 2008. He won the WBO heavyweight title in 2003 after knocking out Wladimir Klitschko in two rounds, which was considered one of the biggest upsets in heavyweight boxing history; The Ring magazine named it the Upset of the Year. In 2004, having vacated the WBO title, Sanders faced Wladimir's brother Vitali Klitschko in an unsuccessful but valiant challenge for the vacant WBC and Ring heavyweight titles. He also held the WBU heavyweight title from 1997 until 2000.

  • Corrie

    Corrie may refer to:

  • Corrie!


    Corrie! is a comedy stage play written in 2010 by award-winning playwright and Coronation Street scriptwriter Jonathan Harvey. The play premiered at *The Lowry * in Salford Quays in August 2010. Written as part of the 50th Anniversary Celebrations of ITV's long-running soap opera Coronation Street, the play will tour the UK in 2011. Guest star narrators include actors from the original TV series such as Roy Barraclough, Ken Morley and Gaynor Faye.

  • Corrie Scott

    Corrie Scott (born 7 August 1993) is a Scottish swimmer.

  • Corrie Dick

    Corrie Dick

    Corrie Dick is a Scottish jazz musician (drums, percussion, vocals) and composer based in London. He is recognised for his fluency, gritty sound and euphoric abandon on the drum kit and for his poignant and earthy compositional style.

  • Leslie Corrie

    Leslie Corrie

    Leslie Gordon Corrie (1859–1918) was an architect and the mayor of Brisbane, Queensland from 1902 to 1903. A number of his architectural works are now heritage-listed.

  • Heather Corrie

    Heather Corrie (born 25 July 1971 near Manchester) is a British -born slalom canoeist who competed at the international level from 1986 to 2008.

  • Corrie family

    The Corrie family, also known as the Currie family, was a Scottish family which was once seated in what is today the civil parish of Hutton and Corrie, in Annandale, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. The leading branch of the family were the Corries of that Ilk. Members of the family are on record in the Middle Ages. The family held numerous lands, but lost the lands from which they derived their surname, with the marriage of an heiress, sometime during the reign of James V, King of Scots.

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