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Women sport news -  England Women's captain launches Ladies Day
England women’s captain, Charlotte Edwards helped launch Warwickshire CCC’s exclusive “Ladies Day” to be held at Edgbaston on Tuesday June 26 as she posed alongside the current Miss England, Miss Birmingham, Miss Worcester and Neil Carter on a Beauty Bus in Birmingham City Centre.
Women sport news - SUPER 4s TWENTY20 CHALLENGE
The ECB’s Super 4s competition gets underway this Bank Holiday weekend with the Twenty20 Challenge.
Women sport news - Players make top progress at The Corning Classic
Seventy six players made the 36 hole cut at The LPGA Corning Classic which came at 1 under par 143. At the start of the third round Beth Bader holds a one stroke lead after carding a six under par 66 during the second round to finish at 13 under par. Young Kim holds on in second place. photo Seoulsisters.com
Women sport news - Yorkshire’s Naomi Edwards wins English championship
Yorkshire’s Naomi Edwards made it third time lucky when she won the English ladies’ close championship at Littlestone in Kent. photo ELGA
26. May Surfing1537


Most of the best female surfers in the country are set to enter the second Roxy Surf Jam Presented By Virgin Mobile in association with Resolution Health, with a healthy number of entries confirmed for the event.
26. May Swimming1438


People in Suffolk are being given the opportunity to get in the swim through Everyday Swim's Suffolk Swim Weekend running from 9-10 June. The pioneering project, led by the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) and funded by Sport England, aims to break down the barriers of participation in swimming to affect a culture change across the country
26. May Swimming1312

Espoir Championships Get Rolling

Synchro Canada’s Espoir National Synchronized Swimming Championships are now underway at the Canada Games Aquatic Centre in Saint John, NB. A record 340 swimmers arrived to compete, together representing 33 clubs from 9 of the Provinces, ensuring that this year’s Espoir competition truly is a national affair.
26. May Swimming1642

Young Swimmers Make a Splash at Courts Homecentres Junior Fun Day!

Just under 100 young swimmers from 12 Suva schools participated in a swimming carnival over the weekend which included the not too common events of the “Kickboard Race”, “Noodle Race” and “Boogie Board Paddle”. Fun and participation for good health was the order of the day.
26. May Windsurfing1453

The International Speed Windsurfing Class Association approved ISAF International Class status

The sport of Speedsailing has taken another leap forward with the news that it has been approved by ISAF (International Sailing Federation) as an international class. Primarily this will enable this exciting discipline, to achieve a greater profile and credibility on the world stage. photo Jeff Crow
26. May Cycling1564

Pic wins Pan American road race title

Tina Pic (Dahlonega, Ga./Colavita-Sutter Home-Cooking Light) gave the United States Cycling Team its ninth medal and sixth continental title with a victory in the elite women’s road race at the 2007 Pan American Road and Track Championships on Saturday. photo US Cycling
26. May Other Sports1471


The Great Britain Taekwondo Team today returned from Beijing after having competed in the 2007 WTF World Taekwondo Championships in the Chinese capital. photo Louise Mair and Sarah Stephenson
26. May Other Sports1544

Mixed fortunes for British Yngling crews in Holland

Sarah Ayton, Sarah Webb and Pippa Wilson extended their lead over the 30-boat Yngling fleet, with a nine point buffer now between them and nearest rivals, Russians Ekaterina Skudina, Diana Krutskikh and Natalia Ivanova of Russia. photo OnEdition
25. May Tennis1516

Top seed Mauresmo def Loit to advance in France

Amelie Mauresmo is keeping the French fans happy as she continues to show good form in France. She defeated Emilie Loit in the Quarter Finals 76 64. Anable Medina Garrigues def N0 4 seed Li Na of China to reach the SF
25. May Tennis1408

Sharapova plays 3 sets to earn a place in the SF

Top seed and Former World N0 1 Maria Sharapova didn't have it all her own way while playing Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland. She was taken to 3 sets before blasting her Polish partner of court 62 36 60
25. May Hockey1817


England Hockey have announced the Women’s squad for the Ata Holding Hockey Champions Challenge in Baku , Azerbaijan , (9-17 June) . Azerbaijan will be the first major tournament for the squad’s youngest player Hayley Brown ( Pictured ) and Leicester's Hannah MacLeod. photo John Coxon
25. May Golf1378

Charlotta Sorenstam leads Corning Classic

Charlotta Sorenstam shot to the top of the leader board after carding a bogey free eight under par 64 during the first round of the LPGA Corning Classic. Beth Bader also went bogey free on the day carding a seven under par 65 to sit one stroke of the lead
25. May Cycling1699

U.S. opens Pan American Road & Track Championships with top honours

The United States Cycling Team kicked off the 2007 Pan American Road and Track Championships with Jennie Reed (Kirkland, Wash.) capturing Gold in her respective track event on the opening day of competition. photo US Cycling
25. May Cycling1811

Day's fourth-place effort top U.S. result on day two in Venezuela

Neva Day (Manhattan Beach, Calif./South Bay Wheelmen), a last-minute replacement for world champion Sarah Hammer, came close to scoring a third medal for the U.S. with a fourth-place effort in the women’s individual pursuit. photo US Cycling
25. May Cycling1600

Reed wins Pan Am silver in sprint, brings medal count to three

Jennie Reed (Kirkland, Wash./Momentum) won her second medal of the week at the 2007 Pan American Road and Track Championships on Wednesday, adding a silver medal in the match sprint to the gold she won on Monday in the keirin. photo US Cycling
25. May Triathlon1493

ITU Annouces new U.S. TV Deal

The International Triathlon Union (ITU) announces today a new deal with major U.S. broadcaster, Fox Sports Net (FSN), to telecast its World Cup series. Covering four races, the FSN debut features the Mooloolaba BG Triathlon World Cup from Australia airing on Tuesday, July 3 at 3:00 PM local. photo ITU Media
24. May Beach Volleyball3351


For the first-time in the history of the women’s SWATCH-FIVB World Tour, a team from the Philippines will be competing in an international Beach Volleyball Main Draw as Heidi Ilustre and Diane Pascua won three matches here Wednesday to qualify for the “money” rounds in the US$200,000 Singapore Open. photo FIVB
24. May Beach Volleyball1851


No team has played more years together on the SWATCH-FIVB World Tour than Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede as the legendary Brazilian Beach Volleyball tandem started their 12th-year of competition together here Thursday in the in the US$200,000 Singapore Open. photo FIVB
24. May Squash1717

Arnold wins The NSC Squash Satellite No 3

Malaysia's Delia Arnold claimed the NSC Squash Satellite No3 titles in Malaysia - she picked up her maiden WISPA World Tour crown at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur. photo WISPA
24. May Tennis1536

Top seed Amelie Mauresmo continues good form in France

Home crowd favourite and top seed Amelie Mauresmo ousts Lepchenko 64 61 in the second round. Jankovic, Na and Loit also advance
24. May Golf1729

Liz Bennett and Melissa Reid lead qualifiers at English championship

Internationals Liz Bennett and Melissa Reid lead the qualifiers for the matchplay stages of the English ladies’ close amateur championship at Littlestone in Kent.
24. May Swimming1551


The number of clubs now accredited under the Amateur Swimming Association's (ASA) Swim21 scheme has risen to 334.
24. May Swimming1504

Fiji Swimming Weekly News-24th May

Enjoy all the news from Fiji Swimming this week.
24. May Other Sports1605

Britain's Olympic sailing hopefuls make good progress in Medemblik

Britain’s Olympic sailing hopefuls made a strong start at the newly-named Breitling Regatta (formerly the Holland Regatta) in Medemblik on Wednesday (23 May), with Penny Clark amongst the Skandia Team GBR sailors making an early mark. photo OnEditon
24. May 1897

The biggest ever World Cup in Antalya?

Stage 3 of the Meteksan Archery World Cup takes place in Antalya, Turkey from 28 May to 2 June. With 48 countries and more than 300 archers registered, this stage may set a participation record. The archers will look for World Cup points but will also prepare for the upcoming World Championships in Leipzig, Germany next July. photo FITA
24. May Athletics1639

Team USA roster announced for 2007 IAAF World Youth Championships

INDIANAPOLIS - USA Track & Field announced Wednesday the Team USA roster for the 5th IAAF World Youth Championships, held July 11-15, in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
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