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Women sport news - Australia Cruise to Easy Win Over England A
Australia's greater experience and pace allowed them to cruise to a 63-25 victory over the young England A side at the MEN Arena. photo England Netball
Women sport news - Fitz-Gerald Plays On To Win 62nd WISPA Title
More than four years after retiring from the professional squash circuit, Australia's Sarah Fitz-Gerald made a brief comeback on home soil to net her 62nd WISPA World Tour title today (Sunday) in the Topend Open Series at Darwin Squash Centre in Darwin.
Women sport news - Grinham Reclaims Hurghada Crown
Australia's Rachael Grinham celebrated her fifth successive appearance on the final of the Hurghada Squash International by reclaiming the WISPA World Tour Silver event trophy from Egyptian Omneya Abdel Kawy
Women sport news - Grainger Cruises To Texas Title
US champion Natalie Grainger delighted the crowd at the Women's Texas Open Squash Championship in Dallas when she cruised to victory in the final to become the first home winner of the WISPA World Tour Silver event in its six years in the US state of Texas.
14. May Tennis1024
Women sport news - Ivanovic wins in Berlin and cracks36 64 76(4) victory in two hours and 15 minutes. Top 10

Ivanovic wins in Berlin and cracks36 64 76(4) victory in two hours and 15 minutes. Top 10

Ana Ivanovic beat Svetlana Kuznetsova in a third set tie-break for the Tier I Qatar Telecom German Open title, a victory that will propel her into the world's Top 10 on Monday's new singles rankings.
14. May Tennis1268
Women sport news - Morigami wins The Prague Open

Morigami wins The Prague Open

Nearly 10 years after turning pro, Akiko Morigami finally realized one of her career goals, defeating Marion Bartoli for her first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour singles title at the Tier IV ECM Prague Open
14. May Tennis1105
Women sport news - No Surprises on Day one in Rome

No Surprises on Day one in Rome

No surprises in round one of the Internazionali BNL d'Italia in Rome. Hantuchova battled 3 sets to make it through to the 2nd round. Meghann Shaughnessy def France's Emilie Loit 63 62.
14. May Football1321
Women sport news - Irish hit for four

Irish hit for four

On a wet and windy afternoon at the Priestfield Stadium, England began their UEFA 2009 European Championship qualifying campaign with 4-0 victory in front of a crowd of 3,944 photo FA
14. May Golf1154
Women sport news - Petterson wins the Michlelob Ultra Championships

Petterson wins the Michlelob Ultra Championships

Suzann Petterson became fourth Rolex first time winner at the Michelob Open, after defeating Jee Young Lee in a 3 hole sudden death play off. Petterson takes home the $330.00 cheque and gains automatic entry into the 2007 LPGA Playoffs
14. May Cycling1186
Women sport news - Lizzie Armitstead hits form in Europe

Lizzie Armitstead hits form in Europe

A fantastic weekend of racing from 18 year old Lizzie Armitstead has seen her reputation in European racing rapidly rise. Her Global Racing Team started the Omloop Borsele, a UCI 1.2 ranked race.
14. May Cycling1265
Women sport news - Road race titles awarded at collegiate road nationals

Road race titles awarded at collegiate road nationals

The 2007 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships continued Saturday as four individual national champions were crowned in the road race event and teams took another step towards securing overall titles. photo Mara Abbott US Cycling
14. May Cycling1269
Women sport news - Stanford, Western Washington win collegiate road national titles

Stanford, Western Washington win collegiate road national titles

The 2007 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships concluded on Sunday as Stanford University claimed the overall Division I title and Western Washington University won the overall Division II championship. photo US Cycling
14. May Triathlon1248
Women sport news - Young Sweetland wins first WC

Young Sweetland wins first WC

Current Junior world champion Kirsten Sweetland of Canada has just won the 2007 Richards Bay BG Triathlon World Cup in South Africa.
14. May Triathlon1192
Women sport news - Whitcombe comes in 16th for Great Britain at Richards Bay

Whitcombe comes in 16th for Great Britain at Richards Bay

Andrea Whitcombe picks up important Olympic qualifying points with a 16th place finish in Richards Bay. After a disappointing swim, she spent most of the bike in the chase pack unable to bridge the gap to the leaders. Whitcombe moves up one spot to number 24 in the world rankings.
14. May Triathlon1100
Women sport news - PIP TAYLOR PENALISED FOR DRAFTING

PIP TAYLOR PENALISED FOR DRAFTING

Australian triathlete Pip Taylor was knocked back into third place in the Olympic distance, Byron Bay Triathlon, 12th May 2007 after a drafting penalty cost her the race
14. May Paralympic sports1186
Women sport news - An emotional Tanni Grey-Thomspon waves goodbye to her career at a rain soaked Manchester Arena

An emotional Tanni Grey-Thomspon waves goodbye to her career at a rain soaked Manchester Arena

It was an emotional Tanni Grey-Thompson who waved goodbye to her career at a rain-soaked Manchester Regional Arena as Britons took the limelight on the final day of the Visa Paralympic World Cup.
13. May Basketball1293
Women sport news - ESP - Champions Ros Casares lock up Tornikidou deal

ESP - Champions Ros Casares lock up Tornikidou deal

Elena Tornikidou has become the latest player of Ros Casares' all-conquering team to commit herself to the Spanish giants. photo elenatornikidou.com
13. May Squash1342
Women sport news - Harriet Ingham Wins Squash Award

Harriet Ingham Wins Squash Award

The squash prowess of Surrey schoolgirl Harriet Ingham has been recognised by the Women’s Squash Trust, who presented the 15-year-old from Weybridge with the 2007 Women’s Squash Trust Award.
13. May Rugby1499
Women sport news - London crowned Super League champs

London crowned Super League champs

An 80th minute converted try for England women’s international Michaela Staniford handed London the Super League crown at the death on Saturday at Twickenham Stadium
13. May Golf1043
Women sport news - Jee Young Lee leeds the Michelob Ultra Open

Jee Young Lee leeds the Michelob Ultra Open

Jee Young Lee climbed to the top of the leaderboard during the third round of the Michelob Ultra Open, after matching the tournament record of 8- under par 63. Jee carded 8 birdies on the day and sits at 11- under par while Sarah Lee trails by one
13. May Basketball1373
Women sport news - AUS - Jackson celebrates birthday with Russian title

AUS - Jackson celebrates birthday with Russian title

Lauren Jackson scored 17 points and pulled in a game high 13 rebounds to lead Spartak Moscow to victory over CSKA Samara in the fifth and final game of the Russian Superleague Grand Final series overnight, 88-72.
13. May Basketball1273
Women sport news - JPN/AUS - Japan defeats Aussie under 21s

JPN/AUS - Japan defeats Aussie under 21s

The Australian Under 21 Women’s basketball team, the Sapphires, were defeated by the Japanese Senior National Women’s team at the AIS in Canberra last night, 72-52.
13. May Billiards1571
Women sport news - A STAR IS BORN! XIAO-TING PAN WINS IN INDIANA

A STAR IS BORN! XIAO-TING PAN WINS IN INDIANA

The Asian invasion is here in full force on the 2007 WPBA Classic Tour. Wins by Korean star and two time world champion Ga-young Kim, and now China's Xiao-ting Pan in the first two events
13. May Swimming1050
Women sport news - Du Toit and Great Britain share the spotlight in Manchester

Du Toit and Great Britain share the spotlight in Manchester

Natalie du Toit was once again covered in gold at the Visa Paralympic World Cup as the South African swim sensation helped herself to a hat-trick of titles.
13. May Swimming1041
Women sport news - SWIMMERS CELEBRATE BEST EVER WORLD CUP

SWIMMERS CELEBRATE BEST EVER WORLD CUP

Great Britain had its most successful Visa Paralympic World Cup yet in the pool with an impressive haul of medals. Natalie Jones Shines in the Manchester pool.
13. May Windsurfing1135
Women sport news - Jaggi claims Ulsan Championship

Jaggi claims Ulsan Championship

Swiss legend Karin Jaggi (F2 / North) shows no mercy, winning an incredible 9 out of 10 races in the womens event. Sarah Hebert (Starboard / Naish) steals second place from Ayako Suzuki (Starboard / Gaastra) who claimed third position. photo PWA
13. May Other Sports1188
Women sport news - Bright and breezy at the RYA Eric Twiname Championships

Bright and breezy at the RYA Eric Twiname Championships

Two brother and sister pairings lead the double-handed classes at the end of the first day. In the Mirror class, William and Hannah Parkinson scored two race wins and a third to put them in the lead by one point. photo onEdition
13. May Other Sports1143
Women sport news - Gail Hill was at Brands Hatch for rounds three and four of the Toyo Tires XJS Championship.

Gail Hill was at Brands Hatch for rounds three and four of the Toyo Tires XJS Championship.

She was disappointed after testing on Friday not to have been quicker in the new V12 compared to her race times last year when powered by a six cylinder engine.
13. May Athletics1362
Women sport news - Donna does it in Doha

Donna does it in Doha

Tasmanian Donna MacFarlane recorded a victory and Sally McLellan the second fastest time in her career at the IAAF World Tour meeting in Doha, Qatar overnight.
13. May Paralympic sports1190
Women sport news - Britain's paralympians come out top in Manchester

Britain's paralympians come out top in Manchester

In the women’s 2km pursuit world champion Sarah Bailey, from Great Britain, proved to good for American Greta Neimanas catching her opponent in 1:54.076 minutes. photo British Cycling
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