Big Six

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Big Six or Big 6 may refer to:

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  • The Big Six Marathons, nickname for the World Marathon Majors including the Berlin, Boston, Chicago, London, New York and Tokyo marathons
  • The Big Six, the nickname for the six top-ranked men's ice hockey national teams (Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, Sweden, United States)
  • Big six in the romantic literature of England, authors of romantic literature of England
  • The "Big Six" Australian cricketers involved in the Big Six cricket dispute of 1912
  • Big Six Conference, later the Big Eight Conference, an unofficial name for the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association from 1929 to 1946
  • Big Six Conference, now known as the Pacific-12 Conference, an unofficial name for the Athletic Association of Western Universities from 1962 to 1964
  • Big Six, the nickname for Christy Mathewson, a baseball pitcher from 1900-1916
  • Big Six, the nickname for Jason Estrada, professional boxer born 1980
  • The Big Six, a children's novel by Arthur Ransome
  • Big Six wheel, a casino game
  • Big Six, a collective name by the fashion industry for the six most successful models of the 1990s
  • Big Six" (song), a 1972 UK Top 40 hit single by Judge Dread
  • BIG6 European Football League, an American football cup competition among clubs from the German-speaking European countries

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