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*[[May 17]]–[[May 18|18]]: The first race was held at [[Barber Motorsports Park]]
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* [[May 17]][[May 18|18]]: The first race was held at [[Barber Motorsports Park]].
*[[June 11]]: The 8th annual [[Rickwood Classic|2003 Rickwood Classic]] was held; the [[Barons|Birmingham Barons]] defeated the Hunstville Stars 5-1
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* [[June 11]]: The 8th annual [[Rickwood Classic|2003 Rickwood Classic]] was held; the [[Barons|Birmingham Barons]] defeated the Hunstville Stars 5-1.
*[[June 14]]: The first [[2003 North America Cup|North America Cup]] was held at [[Lakeshore Foundation]]
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* [[June 10]]: [[Garry Unger]] was announced as head coach of a yet-to-be-named WHA2 hockey team.
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* [[June 14]]: The first [[2003 North America Cup|North America Cup]] was held at [[Lakeshore Foundation]].
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* [[July 29]]: The name of [[Pelham]]'s new WHA2 hockey team was announced as the [[Alabama Slammers (hockey)|Alabama Slammers]].
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* [[November 7]]: The Alabama Slammers lost their first game, at home, to the Jacksonville Barracudas.
 
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:* [[Alabama Slammers (hockey)]]
 
:* [[2003 Birmingham Barons]]  
 
:* [[2003 Birmingham Barons]]  
 
:* [[2003 Birmingham Steeldogs]]  
 
:* [[2003 Birmingham Steeldogs]]  

Revision as of 08:58, 25 October 2012

2003 was the 132nd year after the founding of the City of Birmingham.

Events

Business

Sports

See Also:

Works

Buildings

Individuals

Births

  • Nairobi and Sahara, cheetahs born at the Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, Missouri

Graduations

  • Tori LaConsay, bachelor of science in anthropology and political science from UAB

Marriages

Awards

Deaths

See also List of Birmingham homicides in 2003

See Also

2000s
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