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Women sport news - Canadian star commits to Hens
NEWARK -- Vanessa Kabongo, a 5-foot-9 guard from Toronto, Canada, has signed a national letter of intent to join the University of Delaware women's basketball program, coach Tina Martin said Thursday.
Women sport news - JUSTINE DUPONT AND LEE ANN CURREN CLAIM 2007 KANA MISS CUP CROWNS!
ome thick clouds had come during the night, but the waves were still very clean, and the remaining girls of the event were happy to paddle out and get on with their contest. The high tide seemed just perfect for the longboarders and they were the first to hit the water and enjoy the peak, only four of them outside. photo ASPEUROPE.COM
Women sport news - FINAL DEADLINE FOR TTR EVENT APPLICATION SEASON 07/08 ANNOUNCED AS WEDNESDAY 23 MAY 2007
Innsbruck, Austria. The application process for snowboard events to join the Ticket To Ride (TTR) World Snowboard Tour Calendar 07/08 ends on Wednesday 23 May 2007.
Women sport news - U.S. Olympic Committee Honors Hammer for April Accomplishments
Sarah Hammer (Temecula, Calif.) successfully defended her world title in the women’s three-kilometer individual pursuit at the 2007 UCI Track World Championships. After besting her own national record in the qualifying round, Hammer posted an even faster time in the final.
20. May Cycling1311
Women sport news - Berson Winter Challenge - Adventure race report

Berson Winter Challenge - Adventure race report

Adventure racing is all the rage these days and Scotland is hosting the AR World Champs in 2007. SheCycles contributor and regular adventure racer Allie Northcott will be reporting for us and keeping us informed of how her North Face team get on. In the meantime here's a snippet from a race earlier this year in Poland
20. May Other Sports1153
Women sport news - Oughton wins Bronze in Bosnia

Oughton wins Bronze in Bosnia

Jessica Oughton won a Bronze medal in the K1 (kayak single) women’s sprint event, missing out on Silver by just 0.01 second! A fantastic result for Oughton, especially as this is her first year as a Senior. photo BCU
20. May Triathlon1167
Women sport news - Fernandez wins Duathlon Champs

Fernandez wins Duathlon Champs

Vanessa Fernandes of Portugal and Paul Amey of Great Britain are the new ITU Duathlon World Champions. Better known for their triathlon results, Fernandes and Amey both decided to take their turn at the run-bike-run championship today in Györ, Hungary. photo ITU Media
20. May Athletics1260
Women sport news - Clubs headed to Denver for USATF National Club Marathon Relay Championships

Clubs headed to Denver for USATF National Club Marathon Relay Championships

The fourth edition of the USATF National Club Marathon Relay Championships will be hosted for the second consecutive year by the Post-News Colorado Colfax Marathon in Denver, Colorado, on Sunday.
20. May Athletics1166
Women sport news - Kreiner sets American record

Kreiner sets American record

After setting the U.S. women's javelin throw record five times in 2006, four-time national champion and 2004 Olympian Kim Kreiner has done it again.
19. May Tennis1272
Women sport news - Svetlana meets Jankovic in Italian Final

Svetlana meets Jankovic in Italian Final

Svetlana Kuznetsova beat Daniela Hantuchova on Saturday to reach her fourth final of the year at the $1.34-million Internazionali BNL d'Italia, where she will face in-form Serbian Jelena Jankovic
19. May Football1358
Women sport news - All in a good cause

All in a good cause

Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas played host on Saturday to an eagerly awaited friendly between two sides preparing to compete at the FIFA Women's World Cup China 2007, the USA and Canada.
19. May Golf1102
Women sport news - Four Tied For Lead After First Round In Kansas

Four Tied For Lead After First Round In Kansas

Four players are tied for the lead after the first round of the $80,000 Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City Championship. And on the toughest-playing course so far this season, Leawood South Country Club showed the field just why it has the respect of locals in this Kansas City suburb.
19. May Golf1195
Women sport news - Lee leads third round at the Sybase Classic

Lee leads third round at the Sybase Classic

Sarah Lee fired a seven under par round of 65 in the third round of the Sybase Classic presented by ShopRite, to take a two stroke lead over defending Champion Lorena Ochoa
19. May 1203
Women sport news - Premont wins in Canada

Premont wins in Canada

Marie-Helene Premont of Canada wins the Canada Cup in Quebec, in second place was Batty and third was Villenueuve
18. May Squash1298
Women sport news - Annie Downs Huisman In Kuala Lumpur

Annie Downs Huisman In Kuala Lumpur

Hong Kong teenager Annie Au caused a major upset in the women's semi-finals of the NSC Squash Satellite No2 when she beat second seed Margriet Huisman in straight games to reach the final of the WISPA World Tour event at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur.
18. May Squash1346
Women sport news - Russell Roars Into Goshen Semis

Russell Roars Into Goshen Semis

Carolyn Russell celebrated her 33rd birthday in fine style when she upset England's No4 seed Rebecca Botwright in straight games in the quarter-finals of the Women's Subway Goshen Squash Open in the WISPA World Tour event in Goshen, in the US state of Indiana.
18. May Other Sports1257
Women sport news - Halliday overcomes adverse conditions to secure fine result at Aston-le-Walls

Halliday overcomes adverse conditions to secure fine result at Aston-le-Walls

Liz Halliday battled difficult conditions at the weekend to secure an 11th place finish in a class of 40 with her horse Oscar at the Aston-le-Walls Horse Trials in Northamptonshire. Photo James Payne
18. May 1193
Women sport news - A WITCH'S TRIAL TO TEST BRITAIN'S BEST

A WITCH'S TRIAL TO TEST BRITAIN'S BEST

This weekend (19/20 May) the third round of the Scottish Cross Country Mountain Bike Series will be staged on the Witch's Trail course in Forestry Commission Scotland's Leanachan Forest, Fort William.
18. May 1408
Women sport news - Elsbeth Van Rooij-Vink wins The Benelux Cup

Elsbeth Van Rooij-Vink wins The Benelux Cup

Elsbeth Van Rooij-Vink wins The Benelux Cup, Ronse in Belgium
18. May Athletics1279
Women sport news -  U.S. stars to compete at adidas Track Classic

U.S. stars to compete at adidas Track Classic

INDIANAPOLIS -Allyson Felix, Stacy Dragila, Tyson and Ginnie Powell are just a few of the U.S. stars expected to compete Sunday at the adidas Track Classic in Carson, Calif.
17. May Netball1489
Women sport news - Australia Crush Spirited English Side 47-40

Australia Crush Spirited English Side 47-40

A superb second half defensive display from Australia's midcourt, inspired by WD Selina Gilsenan, effectively crushed England's hope of a famous victory in the Tri-Nations Netball international at Earl's Court this evening, leaving the world number 2 side to run out 47-40 winners.
17. May Netball1551
Women sport news - England play Australia today at  Earls Court

England play Australia today at Earls Court

The much anticipated match between World N0 2 Australia and England will begin today at 7.45 pm at Earls Court in London. England defeated World N0 1 New Zealand last Sunday by 5 goals, Australia also def New Zealand on Tuesday by 3 goals, this match will be the one to watch. England have upped their game-photos show Australia and New Zealand's match on Tuesday in Birmingham
17. May Netball1372
Women sport news - England A pose Questions for World Champions

England A pose Questions for World Champions

New Zealand's Silver Ferns won their final tour match 66-42 against England A in front of a capacity crowd at Earl's Court this evening.
17. May Volleyball1878
Women sport news - USA Volleyball Announces Women's Junior National Training Team Roster

USA Volleyball Announces Women's Junior National Training Team Roster

USA Volleyball has announced the 24-player roster for the 2007 U.S. Women's Junior National Training Team, which will train May 18-20 in Austin, Texas.
17. May Squash1242
Women sport news - Annie Au caused the upset of the day in Malaysia

Annie Au caused the upset of the day in Malaysia

Hong Kong's fifth seed Annie Au produced the only upset in the women's event when she beat Malaysia's Lim Yoke Wah, the fourth seed, 9-5, 9-2, 9-1 in 43 minutes.
17. May Tennis1209
Women sport news - Stosur causes  Mauresmo upset

Stosur causes Mauresmo upset

Samantha Stosur caused the first major upset at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia on Wednesday, when she won a three-set thriller over top seed Amelie Mauresmo
17. May Tennis1083
Women sport news - seeds go through in Rome

seeds go through in Rome

Serena Williams defeated Shahar Peer to continue good form in Berlin, while N0 7 seed was ousted by the N0 9 seed Daniela Hantuchova. Stosur failed to continue her good run falling to Patty Schnyder 6-4 6-4
17. May Tennis1210
Women sport news - Craybas falls in Morocco

Craybas falls in Morocco

Jill Craybas was knocked out of the Grand Prix de SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem by Aleksandra Wozniak on Wednesday. Caroline Wozniacki and Alize Cornet also made the quarterfinals
17. May Football1327
Women sport news - Lions sign off in style

Lions sign off in style

England signed off for the season in style with a second successive 4-0 victory, this time over Iceland, in front of almost eight thousand fans at Roots Hall.
17. May Golf1105
Women sport news - Lee leads Sybase Classic

Lee leads Sybase Classic

Sarah Lee fired a six under par round of 66 in the first round of the Sybase Classic presented by ShopRite to take a two stroke lead from a group of five players, that includes defending champion Lorena Ochoa
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