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Women sport news - DISABILITY SQUAD HEADS TO GERMAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
A strong British disability squad is set to compete at the German Open Championships starting tomorrow. Multi-Paralympic medallist Nyree Lewis feature in a team of mixed experience.
Women sport news - Her college career over, another challenge begins
Kelly Renie is proving equally adept at using her hands as well as her feet. The former Carmel High School soccer standout recently joined the U.S. Team Handball women's national team.
Women sport news - Surprise final at the NSC Satelite N0 3
There will be a surprise all-Malaysian final in the women's WISPA World Tour event when fourth seed Lim Yoke Wah takes on Delia Arnold, the third seed. Lim Yoke Wah dashed Annie Au's hopes of a third successive KL Satellite final appearance.
Women sport news - May 19th Results from the NWFA
The Mass Mutiny continues its winning ways beating the Ravens. The Burn and the Phoenix had one heck of a battle with the Burn coming out the winner in OVERTIME! The Mayhem and the Flash had a great game with the Mayhem winning in a close game. In another nail-bitter, the Sizzle fell to the Karma in the last minutes of the game
23. May Tennis1582

Bartoli advances in Stasbourg

The home crowd favourite Marion Bartoli swept Nicole Kriz of Austria off court with a 6-1 6-0 match. Molik, Garrigues and Tanasugarn also advance
23. May Tennis1488

Maria Sharapova makes a winning comeback in Istanbul

No 1 seed Maria Sharapova makes a good comeback after taking time out to recover from an injury. She defeated Tsvetana Pironkova of Bulgaria 64 76. Venus Williams, Schnyder and Shaughnessy also advance
23. May Tennis1999

Aravan Rezai ousts Venus Williams in Istanbul second Round

The first upset in Istanbul came on Wednesday as 4th seed Venus Williams was beaten by France's Aravane Rezai 6- 6-4. Schnyder , Bondarenko and Shaughnessy go through.
23. May Rugby2027

Sarah Corrigan the best female referee around

AUSSIE Sarah Corrigan is one girl not be messed with. Aged just 27 she made history in April by becoming the first woman to referee in a full IRB men’s tournament at the Under-19 World Championships and the Canberra woman has not ruled one day featuring as the first woman to officiate in a men’s senior World Cup.
23. May Football2539

England Women's U17s v Finland-Nice Finn-ish for Jess

Everton's Jessica Holbrook, will be hoping her international expertise can help her when she is set to become the first women's international to grace the new Wembley Stadium and end the season on a perfect high, on Sunday 15 July.
23. May Golf1553

Lauren, 10, takes a tip from Monty

Ten-year-old Lauren Harkness has only been playing golf for a year but she’s already had her hands on the Ryder Cup – and picked up a tip or two from Colin Montgomerie. photo ELGA
23. May Golf1491

Mi Hyan Kim to defend at Turtle Bay

Mi Hyun Kim (right), an eight-time Tour winner, and SBS Open at Turtle Bay champion Paula Creamer headline the field at this week's LPGA Corning Classic. They are among 144 players competing for the $1.3 million purse. photo Seoulsisters.com
23. May Golf1482

Teenagers share lead in English championship

Teenage internationals Melissa Reid and Florentyna Parke both scored two-under par 70 to share the lead after the first round of the English ladies’ close championship at Littlestone in Kent. photo ELGA
23. May Basketball1778

PR n°25 - Official website of the FIBA U21 World Championship for Women launched

FIBA would like to announce the launching of www.russia2007.fiba.com, the official website for the FIBA U21 World Championship for Women that will take place in the Moscow Region (Russia), from 29th June to 8th July 2007.
23. May Basketball1591

NZL/JPN - Ferns go close to Japan

TOKYO (National Team) - Point guard Angela Marino rallied the NZ Tall Ferns to within an ace of toppling Japan on their home court, falling 60-64 only in the final minutes of their second test in Tokyo.
23. May Basketball1597

NGR - Angels upset Dolphins, as Aboderin blame referees for club woe

Players of Dolphins basketball club broke down in tears after they lost a closely contested game 89-84 to the Sunshine Angels basketball club of Akure on day four of the 2007 Zenith Bank League in Asaba on Monday.
23. May Swimming1378

STRONG CHALLENGE AWAITS IN AMERICAN WATERS

British swimmers will put the fatiguing effects of a three-week intense training camp behind them when they face tough competition at a California meet that attracts some of the sport's richest talents. photo US Swimming
23. May Cycling1600

UCI Track Cycling World Championships are only a click away

The 2008 Championships are being held at the Manchester Velodrome in SportCity and will run over five days 26th to 30th March 2008. Great Britain will be defending their record haul of seven world crowns won at the Palma Championships this year. photo Anna Maeares World Champion 500m Time Trial 2007
23. May Other Sports1499

Ayton hits the Beijing campaign trail in Holland

Sarah Ayton, Sarah Webb and Pippa Wilson will be looking to maintain their enviable run of podium finishes – since forming as a trio last October, they haven’t been out of the medals at major regattas and continue to present a challenge to double Olympic gold medallist Shirley Robertson. photo Onedition
23. May Other Sports1637

BBC Children in Need 2006-Shelley Gets Carter!

In November 2006 Charles successfully bid on the BBC’s Terry Wogan Show for a full training day with Team Raymarine together with VIP hospitality at a chosen Honda Race Day and between them raised £11 K for Children In Need.
23. May 1352

2007 UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships

Organisers of the 2007 UCI Mountain Bike and Trials World Championships at Fort William, announced today (22 May 2007) that Halfords Bikehut, the UK's biggest bike retailer, have signed up as a Presenting Partner for the event.
23. May Triathlon1639

Equal prize money at the 2007 Team World Championships

Tiszaujvaros, Hungary will host the 2007 ITU Elite Team Triathlon World Championships on Sunday, August 12th. After successfully hosting the event in 2003, the event will return to where it was debuted 4 years ago at long-time world cup host Tiszaujvaros, Hungary.
22. May Volleyball1719

USA Volleyball Announces Junior Olympic Award Recipients

Six individuals were honored for their contributions to club and youth volleyball at the USA Volleyball YJOVD Luncheon on May 21 in Austin, Texas. photo US Volleyball
22. May Beach Volleyball1539

The FIVB Board concluded a successful two weeks of

During the past two weeks, the 2007 session of the highest governing bodies of the FIVB composed of members from 35 countries was successfully held in Lausanne with the reports on the 2007-2008 competitions’ calendar
22. May Squash1581

Au Scores In KL Satellite

Malaysian 16-year-old Wee Wern Low, who pulled off a sensational upset when she beat top seed Line Hansen in the first round, met her match in Annie Au in the quarter-finals
22. May Handball1652

Round-up of the Women's Champions League and European Cup Final Matches.

Round-up of the Women's Champions League and European Cup Final Matches.
22. May Hockey1599

USA Field Hockey Women win Chile Four Nation Tournament

The USA women’s team took another solid step towards the Pan Am Games with a 1-0 win over number two in the world rankings Argentina at the Chile Four Nations Tournament. photo John Coxon
22. May Hockey1704

ENGLAND WOMEN’S CHAMPIONS CHALLENGE SQUAD SELECTED

The England Women’s squad for the Ata Holding Hockey Champions Challenge in Baku has been announced. England will play in the six team tournament between 9-17 June and will face hosts Azerbaijan, China, Korea, New Zealand and the USA.
22. May Golf1475

Duramed FUTURES Tour Weekly News Release

Larsson Hopes to be the Next Swede to Win- Janangelo: Creating a Game Plan and Making It Work
22. May Golf1471

Hannah Burke wins USA honours

Hertfordshire’s Hannah Burke has completed her first year at Baylor University in Texas with a string of golfing honours. photo ELGA
22. May Basketball1677

AUS - Opals coach Stirling reflects on Brazil, looks ahead to China

MELBOURNE (FIBA World Championship for Women) - If you thought Jan Stirling could relax after finally leading Australia to a gold medal at last year's FIBA World Championship for Women, you'd be wrong.
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