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.
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
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.
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
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
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
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.
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
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.
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
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