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Women sport news - Canoe-European Slalom Championships!
This weekend a key event of the slalom calendar takes place – the European Slalom Championships in Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia.
Women sport news - THE WORLDS IN FORT WILLIAM NEWS UPDATE
The Fort William team are motoring towards the biggest, best most spectacular mountain bike event in the World this September.
Women sport news - FORT WILLIAM No 1 YET AGAIN
At a meeting of the IMTTO –- the International Mountain Bike Teams, Technical Support Companies and Organisers - in Champery, Switzerland, on Thursday 7 June 2007, the 2006 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup at Fort William was awarded the mountain bike event of the year for the second year running.
Women sport news - Hy-Vee World Cup Set for Des Moines this Weekend
The richest event ever on the elite triathlon circuit is on tap for this Sunday (June 17) in Des Moines, Iowa, as the ITU World Cup makes its only stop in the U.S. in 2007.
15. June Athletics1308

Lysenko voted European Female Athlete of the Month for May

Russia's world record breaking hammer star, Tatyana Lysenko, has been voted the European Female Athlete of the Month for May. Lysenko, the defending European hammer champion, is completely dominating her event on a world level, improving her own World record with a throw of 78.61m in Sochi on May 26.
15. June Athletics1486

Norwich Union GB & NI Team for European Cup Combined Events

UK Athletics today named Commonwealth heptathlon gold and bronze medallists Kelly Sotherton and Jessica Ennis in the Norwich Union Great Britain and Northern Ireland team for the European Cup Combined Events match to be staged in Szczecin, Poland, on 7 and 8 July.
14. June Paralympic sports1476

WOOLSTENCROFT LEADS CANADA’S SEARCH FOR PARA-ALPINE GLOBES IN 2007-08

Para-Alpine Globe winner Lauren Woolstencroft (Vancouver,BC / Calgary, AB) will lead the largest team in Canadian Para-Alpine history, as a group of 24 high performance athletes have begun preparing for the 2007/08 ski season. photo smugshot.com
14. June Paralympic sports1432

DU TOIT MAKES LONDON DEBUT

Paralympic champion Natalie Du Toit will take on her able-bodied counterparts at the FINA 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup in London this weekend (Sunday 17 June).
13. June Netball2526

England Netball Names 2007-8 Squad with Auckland in Mind

England Netball’s selectors have named four new players in the Open squad for the coming year, as the international focus moves towards the World Championships, to be held in Auckland in November.
13. June Squash1661

European Individual Squash Championships

The women’s event predicts an all-English final, in which defending champion Jenny Duncalf is expected to meet top seed Tania Bailey. Second seed Duncalf, the world No10 from Harrogate in Yorkshire, is expected to face local opposition in the second round
13. June Tennis1270

Huber and Black storm through to the second round

No 4 seed Li Na, is taken to three sets before prevailing to the second round. Daniilidou, Kirilenko and Hantuchova all through. Top doubles seeds Huber and Black ease through to the next round.
13. June Tennis1234

Muller out in Barcelona first round

No 2 seed Martina Muller of Germany lost to Russian Alla Kudryavtseva 6-3 6-4, in the first round. Razzano and Pennetta made it through to the second round after respective wins.
13. June Hockey1607

ENGLAND v USA, ATA HOLDING CHAMPIONS CHALLENGE

Over the last five years England has faced the USA three times and all three meetings have resulted in an English victory. Last time they met in the 2005 Champions Challenge, Virginia Beach, current captain Kate Walsh scored as England beat the USA, on their own turf, by the odd goal. This time round, however, they were held to a draw by physical defending and poor playing conditions. photo John Coxon
13. June Golf1254

Petterson qualifies for the LPGA 2007 Playoffs

Suzann Petterson knows how to pick her wins as she triumphed at last weeks McDonalds LPGA Championships presented by Coca Cola.
13. June Golf1265

U.S. Solheim Cup Race

With the 2007 season nearly halfway over, the U.S. Solheim Cup points race is in the home stretch and competition is tightening up to make the 12-person U.S. squad. Paula Creamer (right) currently leads the race
13. June Surfing1328

Longboard Pro Taito 2007

Yuki Suzuki of Chiba went straight to victory and won the wild card for the Roxy ASP Women's World Championships to be held at Cote des Basques,Biarritz-France this coming July.
13. June Other Sports1491

Power Boat Racing-National Honda advertising campaign

Britain's Top Power Boat Racer Shelley Jory has been filming the Honda Ident TV advert which is currently being shown on the Formula One Grand Prix on ITV 1.
13. June Triathlon2178

Eagleman 70.3 Half Ironman, Cambridge MD USA

Pip Taylor , continuing her astonishing return to form after time out enforced by illness, and demonstrating renewed self confidence by taking on even more challenging events than standard tris and has finished 3rd in a hard fought Eagleman 70.3 event in Maryland on Sunday.
13. June Triathlon1808

British Triathlete Liz Blatchford out of competition due to Injury

GB ‘s Liz Blatchford was , it turns out , unable to compete in the Corus Elite Series at Tredegar, last weekend, and is now back home in Australia and out of competition for at least 6 to 8 weeks following a nasty injury from what appeared to be an innocent fall from her bike during a crit race in the UK a fortnight ago. photo John Coxon
13. June Athletics1782

NORWICH UNION GB&NI EURO CUP TEAMS

Medallists from March’s European Indoor Championships in Birmingham are included in the Norwich Union Great Britain and Northern Ireland Teams for the SPAR European Cup weekend on 23/24 June. photo Jason Randall
12. June Volleyball2202

USA Volleyball Announces Two Women’s Junior A2 Teams

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (June 11, 2007) – USA Volleyball will field two U.S. Women’s Junior National A2 Teams this summer with the squads traveling to different places for competition. photo US Volleyball
12. June Volleyball3115

USA Grouped with China, Tunisia and Turkey in FIVB Girls' Youth World Championships

The FIVB has established the pools for the 2007 FIVB Girls' Youth World Championships (U-18) to be held July 31-Aug. 11 in Mexico's Baja California region. photo US Volleyball
12. June Squash1451

Warm Welcome Greets WISPA Stars In Uruguay

The smallest country in South America provided the warmest of welcomes for Nicol David, Rachael Grinham and Sarah Fitz-Gerald when the WISPA stars visited Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, on the third leg of their promotional tour of South America. Photo the WISPA trio after receiving flowers from Uruguayan women's number one Paula Greco (second from right)
12. June Handball1402

NEWS 78 with the results of the Women's World Championship Play-offs (EUR)

EHF NEWS 78 with the results of the Women's World Championship Play-offs (EUR). The draw for the final tournament (IHF event), which will take place in France from 2 - 16 December 2007, will take place in Paris on Wednesday 20th June. photo IHF
12. June Hockey1512

MUSCO SHINES LIGHT ON ENGLAND’S EURO HOCKEY CHALLENGE

Musco Lighting has agreed a deal to become official lighting partner for the EuroHockey Nations Championships 2007, sponsored by Qatar Airways, which takes place at Belle Vue in Manchester from 18th-26th August 2007. This world-class hockey event, second only to the World Cup,
12. June Cricket1508

White Ferns tour squad announced

White Ferns selectors Steve Jenkin, Julie Harris and Penny Kinsella have announced squads to travel to Australia for the 2007 Rose Bowl series and to tour England in August.
12. June Cricket1316

Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars team announcement

New South Wales schoolgirl Ellyse Perry is poised to become the youngest Australian cricketer ever after the 16-year-old was named in the 13-player Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars women’s squad to play New Zealand in the Top End Series next month.
12. June Golf1691

Jessica Bradley wins Devon girls’ championship

Tiverton’s Jessica Bradley (pictured) shot 79 in atrocious weather conditions to win the Devon girls’ championship at Honiton. She beat Nikki Kedge of Stover by one shot. photo ELGA
12. June Golf1748

Geraldine Bray defends English seniors strokeplay title

Kent’s Geraldine Bray will defend her title when the Senior Ladies’ English Close Strokeplay Championship takes place at Northumberland Golf Club on June 19 and 20. photo ELGA
12. June Golf1274

Duramed FUTURES Tour Weekly News Release

Brandi Jackson: More Sure of Her Steps in 2007 -Tour Holds Major Championship This Week -Tour Tidbits -Quote of the Week
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