Four ways a woman can build an athletic body

Four ways a woman can build an athletic body

The athletic body for women is both feminine and fierce. Women want a body that is strong, toned, but not necessarily masculine. Women can be strong and fierce and still be feminine at the same time. If your goal is to get an athletic body you have to change your lifestyle not just the way you…

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Allyson Felix Overcomes Injury in Olympics Trials

Allyson Felix Overcomes Injury in Olympics Trials

Allyson Felix, one of the most notable American athletes, has proven beyond doubt that she is committed and determined to become the first US woman to win gold in both 400 and 200-meter races. Since her debut into the Olympics limelight, she has won six medals; one is a gold medal that she won in…

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Manon Rhéaume breaks new ground for women

Manon Rhéaume breaks new ground for women

Manon Rhéaume is a Canadian ice hockey goaltender and also an Olympic silver medalist. She accomplished a variety of historical firsts during her career. Manon Rhéaume was the first woman to play on an American hockey team when she, in 1992, she signed as a goalie with the National…

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What is the Women's Sports Foundation?

What is the Women's Sports Foundation?

Also known as WSF, the Women's Sport Foundation is essentially a non-profit foundation dedicated to encourage and support the role of women in sports. It was founded in 1974 by Billie Jean King, one of the greatest tennis players of all time, and her husband Larry King. Billie won the award for…

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Who is the most famous female tennis player?

Who is the most famous female tennis player?

The game has given us tremendous female players during the last years. There are several nominees, including Venus Williams, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, Chris Evert, and Monica Seles. Considering prizes, awards, trophies and income, we have to narrow it down to Serena Williams and Maria…

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Canadian Women's Basketball Team Qualifies for 2016 Olympics

Canadian Women's Basketball Team Qualifies for 2016 Olympics

The Canadians beat Cuba 82-66 this Sunday, at the FIBA Americas women’s basketball finals. As Kia Nurse advanced the team with 20 points, they won the gold medal for the game and it’s official – they have now qualified for the next year’s Olympic Games! Nurse was honored as…

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Hope Solo: Soccer goalkeeper

Hope Solo: Soccer goalkeeper

Hope Amelia Solo was born on 30 July 1981. She is an American soccer goalkeeper. She is also an Olympic gold medalist (2 wins). Since 2000, she has played for the United States women's national soccer team. Solo played for the University of Washington. Later, she began playing professionally for…

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Agnieszka Radwanska Rules The World Of Tennis With A Rank Of 13

Agnieszka Radwanska Rules The World Of Tennis With A Rank Of 13

Working her way through a couple of junior championships, it was in 2007 that Agnieszka Radwanska landed with her first WTA title. She secured her place in the final match of Grand Slam in 2012, but she lost it to Serena Williams from the US. She marched into the professional zone of tennis when she…

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Athletic Women

Athletic Women

An active woman always dreams of careful associates that will always support her athletic outfits and the lifestyle. The value of good pair of athletic shoes is one of them. She actually looks ahead of something that actually supports her inner self along with her confidence in her feet so that she…

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Problems faced by women athletes

Problems faced by women athletes

Gender based discrimination is tried to curb down all over the world, including sports. There might be a great start for sports in school but down the long haul, the facilities start to diminish, especially when they should be available wholly. For those who don’t know what kinds of problems…

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What is special about the sports freak girl?

What is special about the sports freak girl?

Currently is the world of Science and Technology, and people are tired with their exertion. And in all this maze, even girls are forgetting about their fitness. What would you serve with that money if your body doesn’t support you? There are many advantages you can have from sports. So,…

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Hail State Hoops Announces 2015 Summer Camp Slate

Hail State Hoops Announces 2015 Summer Camp Slate

After a notable 2014-2015 seasons that brought about a trip to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the Mississippi State women's basketball team has declared that enrollment is in progress for its 2015 midyear camps for different grades. Tips, training and seminars will be carried out…

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Lolo Jones

Lolo Jones

Lolo Jones was born on August 5, 1982 in the US. She is a professional track and field athlete, specialized in the 60 and 100 meter hurdles. While at LSU she got 11 All American honors and won three NCAA titles! Lolo was awarded with gold medals in the World Indoor Championship in 2008 and 2010, and…

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Mima Ito becomes Youngest Singles Champion

Mima Ito becomes Youngest Singles Champion

Mima Ito, 14, has become the youngest ever ITTF World Tour women’s singles champion. She defeated German champion Petrissa Solja in a dramatic final game. The Japanese young lady won last year’s women’s doubles title at the age of 13. She said that she was shocked to win such a big…

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Serena Williams back to Indian Well tournament after 14 years

Serena Williams back to Indian Well tournament after 14 years

More than a decade ago, Serena Williams endured hash treatment and racial abuse during a tournament which she pledged never to return to. At the age of 19 she won the second Indian Wells title after beating Belgian Kim Clijsters. The tournament was marred with inappropriate behavior after Serena and…

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Sasha Banks wins the WWE NXT title

Sasha Banks wins the WWE NXT title

Top female wrestlers for the WWE developmental group, Sasha Banks took her career to the next level on Wednesday. The 23 year old has been wrestling for five years and was one of the four participants of the fatal four-Way match together with Becky Lynch, Charlotte and Bayley for the NXT…

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Hope Solo

Hope Solo

Looks like the sun is shining once again on Hope Solo’s street as the charges of domestic violence against here have been dismissed. Hope is the U. S. Women’s Soccer team goalkeeper and has declared that this period has been one of the most difficult and draining times of her life. She…

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Why Women May Have More Serious Allergic Reactions Than Men Do

Why Women May Have More Serious Allergic Reactions Than Men Do

Allergy sufferers know what happens if they eat something or get bitten by something they're allergic to: rash, swelling and, in extreme cases, trouble breathing, shock, heart attack and death. Women tend to have these life-threatening allergic reactions known as anaphylaxis more frequently than…

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Serena Williams wins 7th Title

Serena Williams wins 7th Title

Serena Williams, already an exceptional player by any standards, won her seventh WTA title recently at the match in Miami, which makes her the only player, male or female to have won so many titles in the history of the Sony Open tournament. And what makes the win more exciting for fans is that she…

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According to Louis van Gaal, Victor Valdes will be sold

According to the latest information, Victor Valdes, a Manchester United goalkeeper will be sold, because he refused to play in the reserves. You probably remember that Louis Van Gaal said that Valdes doesn’t follow his philosophy and there is no place for players like this in his club. Valdes…

3 Steps to Develop a Killer Dipping Free Kick

Are you constantly awestruck by the magical swerve and dip to the free-kicks of players like Bale and Ronaldo? Are you eager to make those virtually unstoppable shots part of your arsenal in college soccer? Follow these three simple steps on how to make your free kicks dip and swerve like the pros.…

Pimlico Race Course History

Pimlico race course is a historic one and the home race course for the Preakness Stakes. It is the second oldest racetrack as it was opened on October 25 in the year of 1870. The oldest race course in the nation is Saratoga. Pimlico has hosted many races throughout the centuries and few of them are…

Promising NHL Players Ready for Contract

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Andy Burnham England Should Boycott The 2018 World Cup

Andy Burnham, a top political figure in Britain, has called for the England national football team to boycott the planned 2018 world cup that is to be staged in Russia. According to Burnham, this will be an effective way of demonstrating against the corruption that is currently in FIFA as well as…

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For years, we have debated what the best exercise is to stay healthy and look great; running always seems to be at the top of the list. Though there have been arguable cons, such as jogger’s knee and jogger’s nipple, recent studies have shown that running can actually age you quicker…
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Exercise and workouts are essential to maintain a healthy mind and body and can improve your posture dramatically. While practicing a correct posture, your body will automatically get alignment. It can help to alleviate some common issues, such as neck pain, back pain, fatigue, and headaches. Good…
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