A star-studded field, highlighted by five current and three former Top 10 players, travels to Warsaw this week for the $600,000 J&S Cup.
The other Championship this week is The Estoril Open in Portugal which also features some Famous names
Silvia Cavalleri wins The Corona Championship with a 69-68-69-66=272 (-20) after tieing for the leads in round two and three. Defending Champion Lorena Ochoa tied for second place with Julietta Granada at 18 under par.
After having dominated the diving competition at the 12th FINA World Championships Melbourne 2007, the Chinese athletes showed once more their superiority at home, in Zhuhai, during the first meet of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2007
The U.S. Olympic Committee announced the USA Women’s World Championship Water Polo Team as its most recent Team of the Month. Swimmer Natalie Coughlin was named the USOCs Female Athlete of the Month. photo US Waterpolo
The European Championships in Amsterdam saw Beth Tweddle, defending champion on Asymmetric Bars, withdraw to protect her chances of retaining her World crown in September as she recovers from a shoulder injury
Emily Bastel might have grabbed a one-shot lead heading into the final round of the $75,000 Jalapeno Duramed FUTURES Golf Classic, but the number that grabbed every player’s attention was the sizzling eight-under-par 64 posted by Tour veteran Kim Augusta.
Following a fourth place class finish at Monza in the opening round of the Le Mans Series, the championship’s only female driver, Liz Halliday, knows a very different challenge lies in wait at Round 2 in Valencia photo John Waugh
Former England internationals Tracey Neville and Karen Greig have been de-selected from the Northern Thunder squad ahead of this weekend’s Netball Superleague fixture against Team Northumbria, after both failed to recover from long term knee injuries photo Perfect Motion
This inaugural WISPA Gold event, spectacularly staged on an all-glass court set in Seoul Plaza in the centre of the South Korean capital, has attracted widespread interest in the nation photo The all glass squash courts in Seoul