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It was very hard, because we know each other very well; we have trained together for a long time”, said Gui Lin. Photo By: Luis D. Sanchez Luna
Having reached the Quarter-Finals of the Beijing Games in 2008, it came as something of a surprise when Korea didn't make it to the British capital four years later, but Pang believes Korea could be ready to get back on course.
England women dodged the rain and lightning in Benoni to open their one-day international series against South Africa with a seven-wicket Duckworth-Lewis win
Ireland women began their bid for back-to-back Six Nations titles with a comfortable 21-3 win over Wales women at Donnybrook.
France women gained their revenge for last year's loss to Italy women with a convincing 39-0 win at Bourg en Bresse in their opening Six Nations clash.
Netball received global recognition this week when Mwayi Kumwenda, Africa’s only representativecurrently playing in the ANZ Championships, scooped the International World Games Association Athlete of the Year 2015 award. Plus more
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The 17-year-old showed her prodigious talent when she became the first Indian player to win the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifier in December.
LET'S BRING ON THE GIRLS-Scrum Queens' Ali Donnelly casts her eye over the runners and riders ahead of the 2016 Women's Six Nations.
England Women v South Africa Women Emerging XI -50-over warm-up match
Head coach Shade Munro said: "We're focussing on us, improving the team we have and looking forward to the challenge of the Six Nations.
“Winning the British Open in 2015 was an incredible moment for me,” said Serme.
photo Kirby Lee
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German takes maiden major singles title after denying world No.1 a seventh Australian crown. Williams remains one Grand Slam shy of Steffi Graf’s 22-major trophy haul, the Open era record.
We have named a squad full of talent for this year's championship. There is a nice blend of youth and experience and the vibe in the camp has been very positive over the last few weeks.
Laura Jolly at the MCG
With a slightly larger squad than the usual 18 taken to tournaments, Kerry has been able to add some players to the group who did not feature at the World League Finals in December 2015.
One year after the most famous victory of her career Camille Serme, the World No.4, says she is relishing the prospect of returning to Hull. photo squashpics
Picture Tenniel Chu, Vice Chairman of Mission Hills Group, with the 2015 World Ladies Championship team winners Inbee Park and So Yeon Ryu of Korea.