Ledecky, Biles & Mustafina competing in the Rio Olympics

The 2016 summer Olympic Games will be in magical Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Here are some young sports personalities to watch. Katie Ledecky At the age of 19, this American swimmer is a nine-time world champion, Olympic gold medalist and world record holder in the 400, 800, 1500 meters freestyle. Since…

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How did women athletes change sports in the 1920s?

In the Victorian era, women were discouraged from participating in any activity that was not graceful and lady-like. Women were considered frail and it was not appropriate for a woman to take part in anything that would be strenuous or sweaty. Sports were reserved for the men. By the 1900’s,…

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Who are Katerina Neumannova and Hayley Wickenheiser?

Katerina Neumannova Katerina Neumannova is a Czech Republic athlete and a retired cross country skier. Cross country skiing is actually a sport or a recreational activity .In this form of skiing, the skier uses their own movements to cross the snow covered area without any assistance. This skiing is…

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Shayla Turcotte: wrestler turned body-builder

It is believed that wrestling existed in all the early civilizations and it started as a sport in ancient Greece and was included in the Olympic games of 704 B.C. Shayla Turcotte is a solo wrestler, and a sponsored national level physique competitor. She comes from an athletic family. Turcotte…

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Two female swimmers hopeful for gold in 2016 Olympics

Even though swimming has been a part of the Olympics since the beginning, it was not always open to women. With improvements in training techniques, the swim times have been decreasing with each passing year. The original Olympic swimming games were held in open water in the seas! Two gold medal…

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Serena's First Match In The US Open- A Walk in the Park

On Monday, Serena Williams started her first US Open match against Vitalia Diatchenko as a clear favorite. There were no surprises, as an injured Diatchenko went face-to-face against the world’s #1 seed female tennis player. Williams was the absolute dominant, hardly tested at any point of the…

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Serena Williams' Athletic Build – And the Disgrace of the Body Shaming Directed at Her

After last week's Wimbledon triumph, there's naught to do but applaud Serena Williams' astounding resurgence and another glorious addition to her already astonishing list of accomplishments. The applause however, is being tainted in some sections by some snide remarks and unflattering…

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Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Round 2

Stacy Lewis showed a lot of confidence and an interesting success of the tournament. She said that last 4 holes were very big. On this golf course, golfers should shoot low numbers. Lewis is trying to show us an impressive result. The 36 hole scoring record has already fallen. Lewis it will take a…

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Danica Patrick Shot Into Prominence In The World Of Racing Beginning At An Early Age Of 10

Danica Patrick began her career as an American racing car driver when she began racing with go-karts in Wisconsin when she was just 10 years of age. By the time when turned 16, she turned out to be a national sensation in go-karting. She went on to compete in the Formula Ford car race in the UK. Her…

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Real Benefits of Woman Athletes of This World

Sports for women can bring about a drastic outlook owing to the latest technology that has come up all together. Women make up about 65% of the sports conducted well by the selection board almost throughout the year. The athletes in UK and US are really very dedicated to their games. They worship…

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Perspective of Women Athlete

Nowadays, more women and young girls are taking part in recreational sports and those who are more dedicated towards it, become women athlete. With this growth in women sports over the last 30 years, it has become an integral part of the community. Even though men have more leverage in sports, women…

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McKayla Maroney: A Shining Star in Gymnastics

McKayla Rose Maroney is an artistic gymnast from the United States. She was born in 1995. She specializes in floor exercise and vaulting. She has won many accolades and medals for her performances. In 2012 Summer Olympics in London, she was a part of the women’s gold medal winning team from…

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Serena Williams Soldiers On

After almost 15 years Serena Williams has returned to BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells. William beat Zarina Diyas, Sloane Stephens, and Timea Bacsinszky in the quarterfinals, but she remains critical of herself. “Well, you know me,” Williams stated in an interview with ESPN. “I…

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Solo earns another shutout

A tie marked the game involving United States and Iceland. The match, held on the 9th of March was held in Lagos, Portugal. US (2-0-1) crave for a 10th title in 22 Algarve Cups, but the first since 2013. Japan got beaten by France (3-0) with 3-1 earlier on Monday and will take part of the final, on…

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Maria Sharapova: One of the Best Tennis Players

Born as a Russian in 1987, Sharapova started playing Tennis at a very young age and became a professional by the time she reached 14. Her biggest breakthrough came when she won the Wimbledon 2004 title against Serena Williams and then went on to win US Open and Australian Open too. However, in year…

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Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova (born 19 April 1987), is a professional tennis player. She was born in Russia, but she is a resident of the US since 1994. Sharapova started competing on WTA in 2001. Since then, she was ranked as the best female tennis player five times. The first time when she became No. 1, was on…

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Lindsey Vonn

Lindsey Vonn is not just a pretty face and Tiger Woods girlfriend, she is also a great American athlete who is now in the course of reaching the record for competitions won in a period of 10 years. This may happen at the end of this week in Cortina D’Ampezzo, Italy. The record is currently…

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Women athletes are closing the gender gap

About a month ago at the Bank of the West Classic, Germany’s Sabine Lisicki served a ball 211km/h — the fastest ever recorded in women’s tennis. In fact not just for women, Lisicki’s record-setting serve — which broke Venus Williams’ mark of 207km/h — is…

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Notre Dame Needs to Learn More For the Next Match

From the last basketball match season in USA, Notre Dame won 71-63 against Michigan State makes them more exciting for the next matches. Muffet McGraw, who is the coach of Notre Dame Team, said that they need more training in order to grab the highest rank of women’s basketball in the USA. He…

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Charlton Boss Meire Part of Select Female Football Club

Katrien Meire probably didn't imagine when she sent a friendly email to the club she supported that it would eventually lead to her becoming one of the very few female executives in English football. But that is exactly what happened to the 30-year-old Belgian, who has been chief executive of…

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Allyson Michelle Felix is a track and field sprint athlete and won many laurels for her nation, USA at various levels. She was born on November 18, 1985 to Paul and Marlean and belongs to a devout Christian family. She herself is a devout Christian. She was born and brought up in California and has…

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Paul Elbert Hamm

Paul Elbert Hamm is one of the best artistic gymnasts produced by USA. He was born on September 2, 1982 in Washburn, Wisconsin. He is a world champion gymnast and won medals in the sports extravanga, Olympics. In 2004 Olympic Games, he achieved the all-round competition. He faced initial…

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In August 1936, Summer Olympic games were held in Berlin, the capital of Nazi Germany. Several countries didn't want to participate and they had threatened to boycott, due to Adolf Hitler's regime. In the end, they've decided to put their differences aside, and they stopped with the…

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