• Paul Hunter

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  • Paul Hunter

    Paul Hunter

    Paul Hunter is an American football player from Denton, Texas who plays as a cornerback. He committed to play for the East Tennessee State Buccaneers football team.

  • Hunter, Paul

  • Paul Hunter Classic

    Paul Hunter Classic

    The Paul Hunter Classic is a non-ranking snooker tournament. It changed from a ranking event to a 16 man invitational event in 2019. From 2010 to 2015 it was part of the Players Tour Championship. Barry Hawkins is the reigning champion.

  • Paul Hunter (journalist)

    Paul Hunter is a Canadian television journalist for CBC News reporting from Washington DC mainly on American politics. Hunter has reported from numerous places across Canada and the world, both as a reporter and correspondent reporting on events including the Premierships of Stephen Harper and Paul Martin, the Haiti earthquake, the inauguration of Barack Obama, the Montreal ice storm of 1998, the trial of Paul Bernardo and the American occupation of Iraq. In 2008 he was embedded for two months with Canadian troops in Afghanistan. His report "The Fundamental Day", which brought attention to the conservative religious views of Canadian Alliance leader Stockwell Day, was noted as a turning point in the 2000 Canadian federal election.

  • Paul Hunter (director)

    Paul Hunter (director)

    Paul Hunter is an American film director, screenwriter, and music video director. He has directed over 100 music videos, television advertisements and was nominated for an Emmy for Nike's Freestyle commercial.

  • Paul Hunter (Canadian soccer)

    Paul Hunter (born 1956) is a Canadian-born retired soccer player. He played for the University of Connecticut Huskies and spent five seasons in the North American Soccer League. His position was defender.

  • 2016 Paul Hunter Classic

    The 2016 Paul Hunter Classic was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place between 24–28 August 2016 at the Stadthalle in Fürth, Germany. It was the fourth ranking event of the 2016/2017 season.

  • Paul Hunter (Scottish footballer)

    Paul Hunter (born 30 August 1968) is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a forward for East Fife (1984–89, 1994–95), Hull City (1989–93), Cowdenbeath (1993–94) and Stenhousemuir (1995–99). He played for Scotland under-20s in the 1987 FIFA World Youth Championship.

  • Paul Hunter (American soccer)

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