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Women sport news - Tracy Moseley finishes 2nd at the World Cup in Vigo
Tracy's Report-Here we go again…..World Cup time ! Suddenly the winter seems to have been so short as it doesn’t feel very long since I was celebrating winning the World Cup Overall in Schladming last September.
Women sport news - Krause wins in Virginia
Kathi Krause won the Virginia State Downhill Championships with a time of 4.33.52, in second place was Elgert with Brennan in 3rd
Women sport news - Gladys Willems sets new FITA World Record
Gladys Willems (BEL) shot magnificently last Sunday setting the Compound Women world record for a FITA Round at an astonishing 1411 points! The competition took place in Goirle (NED). She also set the world record for the distance of 60 meters at 356 points.
Women sport news - Team USA for IAAF World Championships Marathon announced
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - USA Track & Field announced Tuesday the Team USA marathon squad for the 11th IAAF World Championships in Athletics, to be held in Osaka, Japan August 24 - September 2.
17. May Athletics1456

Felix named Athlete of the Week

Allyson Felix has been named USA Track & Field's Athlete of the Week after winning an impressive double, the women's 100 meters and 400m, Friday at the Qatar IAAF World Super Tour 2007 in Doha, Qatar.
17. May Athletics1492

Richards to compete at Road to Eugene 08

Sanya Richards, American women's record holder in the 400 meters outdoors, 2006 IAAF World Athlete of the Year and Jesse Owens Award winner, will run the 400 meters at the Road to Eugene 08 Track & Field Meet at historic Hayward Field on Sunday, May 27.
16. May Netball1797

Australia defeated World N0 1 New Zealand 50-47

Australia beat World N0 1 New Zealand by 50 goals to 47, player of the match was Australia's GA Sharelle McMahon
16. May Squash1635

Malaysians Thrive In NSC Satellite In Kuala Lumpur

The youngest triumph was achieved in the women's event where 15-year-old Nessrine Ariffin beat Sweden's No8 seed Josefa Bertilsson 9-6, 9-2, 9-6. The unseeded teenager will now face second seed Margriet Huisman.
16. May Handball1649

Results from the Women's Champion League and European Cup finals (1st leg)

Results from the Women's Champions League and European Cup Finals (1st leg). The 2nd leg will take place next weekend (18/19 May 2007).
16. May Tennis1449

Serena continues good form in Italy

Serena Williams defeated Michaella Krajicek to become the first into the third round at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia. Other winners on Tuesday were Patty Schnyder and Katarina Srebotnik
16. May Tennis1317

Mirza suffers shock defeat

India's Sanya Mirza was defeated yesterday by Qualifier Ma. Emilia Salerni from Argentina. N0 4 seed Rodionova was also defeated
16. May Football2047

England U21 Training squad named

England Women's U19 Head Coach Mo Marley has selected a 30 player squad for a training camp in the East Midlands between 27-31 May, with two goals in mind.
16. May Golf1518

Booklet backs ELGA strategy of Driving Women’s Golf

A new advice brochure for golf clubs has been produced to back ELGA’s strategy of “Driving Women’s Golf”. The strategy aims to increase the number of women and girls playing golf and the booklet is packed with advice and guidance for clubs on how to recruit and retain them.
16. May Golf1671

Duramed Tour News letter May 16

Rookie Angie Hill: Finding The Place Where She Belongs-Beaming Up an Angell -Kim Remains in Hospital
16. May Golf1501

Suzann Petterson qualifies for the LPGA Playoffs 2007

Petterson qualified by winning The Michlob Ultra Open at Kingsmill
16. May Golf1430

Rebecca Hudson tightens grip on Solheim Cup place

Rebecca Hudson – who was one of England’s best-ever amateurs – has strengthened her claim on a place in the European Solheim Cup Team after she finished runner-up in the Ladies Spanish Open at Castellon.
16. May Basketball1755

JPN/AUS - Women have concluded their short tour of Australia

Game three on Saturday night was almost a perfect performance from the visitors, as they scorched the nets at the AIS Training Hall on their way to a 95-60 demolition of the young Australians.
16. May Basketball1666

AUS - Sapphires send Cowgirls packing

In front of an 800-strong crowd at Broadmeadows in Victoria, the Sapphires (Australia’s under 21 women’s basketball team) notched the first win of their 2007 U21 FIBA World Championship for Women preparatory campaign last night.
16. May Swimming1485

BRITISH SWIMMERS GO FOR GOLD

Over 250 swimmers from 15 countries will compete in the British International Disability Swimming Championships at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield next weekend
16. May Swimming1422

Russia 'stop' China in Fort Lauderdale (USA)

Divers from the Russia in the women’s field, ‘stopped’ the Chinese domination at the third meet of the 2007 FINA Diving Grand Prix, held in Fort Lauderdale (Florida, USA) from May 10-13.
16. May 1251

8th Disabled Water Ski World Championships

Athletes will represent the 2007 U.S. Disabled Water Ski Team at the 8th Disabled Water Ski World Championships, May 17-20, in Townsville, Australia. The team was selected following the 2006 Speedo Disabled Water Ski National Championships in Polk City, Fla.
16. May Other Sports1699

Champagne G.H Mumm signs up as sponsor of Ladies Day at Skandia Cowes Week

Champagne G.H. Mumm is the proud sponsor of this year’s Ladies Day @ Skandia Cowes Week which is earmarked for Thursday, 9th August. As one of the regatta’s long-standing supporting sponsors, and with its own commitment to celebrating remarkable feats of endurance and human achievement. photo Polly Durant
16. May Other Sports1685

TECHNICAL REGULATIONS, BUDGET AND THE CIRQUE DU SOLEIL

FIG Office, May 16, 2007: From May 17 - 20, FIG Executive Committee and Council meetings will be held in Orlando, Florida. The Council has the power to legislate on modifications to the Technical Regulations. photo Rowena Humphrey
16. May Athletics1478

Abeylegesse is European Athlete of the Month for April

European 5,000m record holder, Elvan Abeylegesse, (Turkey) have been voted the European Athlete of the Month for April.
15. May Netball1569

England Senior Team defeat England A 65-21

After a shaky start due to a leak in the roof, play continued, and both teams played a fantastic match for the fans, Naida Hutchinson from England A won Player of the match, for England Karen Atkinson player a fantastic game.
15. May Netball2496

England victory gets Netball Tongues Wagging

England’s victory over World and Commonwealth champions New Zealand at the MEN Arena on Monday night has sent shockwaves around the netball world, provoking a host of media comments and re-evaluation of England’s prospects ahead of the World Championships in November.
15. May Volleyball2226

Sue Woodstra Brings Added Olympic Experience to U.S. Women's National Volleyball Team

USA Volleyball announced today the hiring of former Olympian Sue Woodstra as an assistant coach for the U.S. Women's National Volleyball Team. She will begin her duties with Team USA on June 1 and will continue in that role through the 2008 Olympics.
15. May Surfing1846

Chelsea Williams wins again in Queensland

The Surftech Open Womens Professional Title, was won by Chelsea Williams, 21 years old, from Tweed Heads has had an unbeaten run in 2007.
15. May Paralympic sports1831

DSE hosts international disability swimming championships in Sheffield 18-20 May 2007

Over 250 swimmers from 15 countries will compete in the British International Disability Swimming Championships at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield next weekend
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