A team of six American triathletes, three of which are female will be competing for their country after earning the right to represent the United States at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on July 15.
Lorena Ochoa, the worldâ€™s number one ranked female golfer who has played PING golf equipment since she was 15 years old, has signed an endorsement agreement with the equipment manufacturer, PING Chairman & CEO John Solheim announced today.
The University of Central Oklahomaâ€™s Department of Disabled Sports and Events will host a series of matches between the U.S. Womenâ€™s National Sitting Volleyball Team and the Netherlands on June 24-29, at the UCOâ€™s Wellness Center in Edmond, Okla. The match-up features the first visit to the United States by a foreign team to compete in sitting volleyball. photo US Volleyball
The fifth stop along USA Volleyballâ€™s Beach Junior Tour took place on June 16 at Bradford Beach in Milwaukee, Wis. Wisconsinâ€™s finest sand players dominated the competition, as seven of eight division championships were captured by Wisconsin-natives. photo US Volleyball
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USA Swimming has hired Brener, Zwikel and Associates Account Executive Karen Linhart as Media Specialist, the national governing body announced today. Linhart will work in media services for the organization, and will actively promote U.S.
The 2007 Masters National Synchronized Swimming Championships were held at the Nepean Sportsplex from June 15 â€“ 17th. Hosted by Gloucester Synchro, the 80 competitors spanned all 6 age categories, providing exciting performances from participants aged 19 to 80!
The athletes, aged 13 to 17, achieved selection at the British Championships in March, and will form part of a 63-strong Team GB that will compete across swimming, athletics, cycling, gymnastics, judo, table tennis and tennis.
The 2007 ISAF Sailing World Championships start in Cascais, Portugal on 28 June, with well over 1,600 sailors lining up to dispute 11 World Championship titles and Olympic qualification. The two windsurfing fleets are set to provide some of the most spectacular racing in the windy Cascais conditions â€“ but just who are the title favourites.
McClintock won Women's slalom (4 buoys at 38 feet off), tricks (7,870 points), jumping (151 feet) and overall (3,000.0 points) titles. Her tricks score eclipsed the event record of 7,560 points set by U.S. athlete Regina Jaquess at the 2006 Junior U.S. Open.
Current British Tumbling Champion Laura Houson (Wakefield G.C.) won a significant, first ever World Cup victory in her career, at the renowned tournament named after the astronaut Alexander Alexandrov, held at the Bulgarian capital Sofia, on 22/23rd June 2007. Lauraâ€™s overall score was 66.60pts.
A 723 member strong British Gymnastics Delegation are getting ready for the biggest and the most exciting gymnastics event in 2007 - the 13th World Gymnaestrada which will be held in Dornbirn, Austria from 8th until 14th July 2007.
This weekend Pro Triathlete Julie Dibens raced in one of the UK's biggest Mountain Bike races, the 24hr Mountain Mayhem. Julie joined forces with Xterra athlete and ex pro Mountain biker Sam Gardner, and 2 other top british pro riders Jody Crawford, and Jamie Newall to race for the BMC/EXTRA UK elite mixed team. photo John Coxon
UK Athletics today announced the first wave of selections for the Norwich Union Great Britain and Northern Ireland team to contest the European Junior Championships in Hengelo, Netherlands, on 19-22 July.
UK Athletics today announced the first wave of selections for the Norwich Union Great Britain and Northern Ireland team to contest the European Under 23 Championships in Debrecen, Hungary, on 12-15 July.