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Pro-surfer Sally Fitzgibbons wants sports women to be recognised in glamour … – The Daily Telegraph


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Pro-surfer Sally Fitzgibbons wants sports women to be recognised in glamour
The Daily Telegraph
After attending the recent I Support Women in Sport Awards held in Sydney, the 23-year-old said she was shocked by the amount of female sporting talent in the room, which included the likes of world champions in their fields, hurdler Sally Pearson and …

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Woman Who Won the Week: Adrianne Palicki On Big & Small Screens [PHOTOS]

Adrianne Palicki had a heck of a big week, and that wasn’t just on the small screen. Yes, there was a pretty big commotion over…
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Badgers sports: No. 2 women's hockey edges Bemidji State; No. 12 women's … – Madison.com (blog)

Badgers sports: No. 2 women's hockey edges Bemidji State; No. 12 women's
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2 University of Wisconsin women's hockey team to a two-goal lead, and sophomore goaltender Ann-Renee Desbiens made it hold up in a 2-1 victory over Bemidji State in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association series opener Friday night in Bemidji, …

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Sports Digest: BU blanks Maine in women's hockey – Press Herald

Sports Digest: BU blanks Maine in women's hockey
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Sarah Lefort had a goal and an assist as Boston University shut out Maine 3-0 in a women's hockey game at Orono on Friday. Marie-Philip Poulin found the net 28 seconds into the second period, Victoria Bach doubled the lead later in the frame and Lefort …

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Next Women's World Cup a big chance for US soccer – Yahoo Sports


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Next Women's World Cup a big chance for US soccer
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Many sports fans may be able to name more players on the women's team than they could for the men before last summer's World Cup. Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan and Sydney Leroux all appear in prominent commercials. On top of all that, next summer's …
US women's soccer leaves lasting legacyBeckley Register-Herald

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