South Korea’s Inbee Park has become just the seventh woman golfer to win the traditional career Grand Slam. photo Tristan Jones LET
Kim won last year's Evian Championship in her first appearance in a Major and Ko has the opportunity to do the same.
Corletto completed the Diamonds’ first training session of the four-day World Cup preparation camp in Newcastle.
The Rebellion defeated the Bandits 4-2 in a wacky game that saw two ties and three lead changes.
According to the Spanish Football Association (RFEF), Spain’s national women’s team has a new coach, namely Jorge Vilda. FIFA
New Zealand’s new look Silver Ferns showed encouraging signs in their two wins over Norma Plummer’s South Africa. England Netball has announced Vitality, the health and life insurer, as its new principal sponsor.
Suzann Pettersen carded a superb three under par 69 to storm into a two shot lead after the second round of the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
With five birdies and an eagle on the Ailsa Course, the world number four equalled the lowest first round in the championship, previously recorded by four players
A field of 117 players from 27 countries will contest the inaugural CreditGate24 GolfSeries Hamburg Open in Germany this week.
Italee Lucas became the second USA-born basketball player to acquire Angolan citizenship
The identity of the first four qualifiers for next year’s FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup is now known. photo Getty Images
Shrubsole was the pick of England's attack in the crushing defeat at Worcester on Monday
The 22-year-old polled 20 votes to take out the 2015 title by a single vote from three players; Western Sting shooter Kaylia Stanton and Victorian Fury pair Kelsey Browne and Emma Ryde.
Victorian Fury has completed its third consecutive unbeaten season.
Lees retires from Netball, Cathrine Latu has this week confirmed she will return to the SkyCityMystics line up in 2016. Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls leave the island on 30 July to travel to Australia, and will face Samoa in its opening match, plus more
England were unable to pull off a record chase as a Meg Lanning-inspired Australia levelled the Women's Ashes Series at 2-2 with a 63-run victory.
Cuico had compiled a .125 batting average this season with two home runs and five RBIs in nine games
England made a winning start to the Women's Ashes Series as Natalie Sciver and Lydia Greenway's brilliant partnership helped set up a four-wicket victory. photo Getty Images
The players visited the home of England football to launch the Continental Tyres Cup and also discussed their aims and hopes for the tournament as well as reflecting on England’s success out in Canada.
The two European teams began evenly before Goricanec/Huberli took the lead at 13-12 unnerving Bonnerova/Hermannova
Cullen, who has 79 caps and 32 goals for Great Britain and was the top penalty corner scorer at the London 2012 Games
The big tournament that Canada has circled on its calendar is the FIBA Americas Women's Championship in Edmonton.
“Football is my passion. It has always been part of my life and will continue to be,”
Escuriola shot a closing round of 68 for a three round total of 11 under par and a three shot victory over Germany's Olivia Cowan.
She was presented with the award at the University's graduation ceremony today on Thursday 16 July.