• Australian rookie Minjee Lee surges to her first LPGA victory

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    Published 18. May 2015 at 10:44 pm - No Comments

    Mon May 18, 2015 2:17pm EDT It took an extra day more than she would have liked but 18-year-old Minjee Lee returned to the course Monday for her last two holes and left with her first LPGA win at the Kingsmill Championship in Williamsburg, Virginia.  Lee finished at 15-under-par for the tournament, two shots clear of So Yeon Ryu, to become the third rookie to post a win on Tour this year. Lee, who earned 500 points with her win at the Kingsmill Championship and is projected to move up to 11th in the Race to CME Globe with 812 points and is projected to move from No. 59 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings to No....

  • Track & Field: U.S. Women shine in Diamond League opener

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    Published 15. May 2015 at 10:51 pm - No Comments

    5/15/2015 DOHA — On a clear night with temperatures above 95 degrees in Qatar’s capital city, the scorching temps brought fire to the track as USATF athletes set world leads and meet records in the opening competition of the 2015 Diamond League. Hurdle Hype meets expectations In the highly anticipated women’s 100m hurdles, world-leader Jasmin Stowers (Pendleton, South Carolina) lined up against a stacked field, which featured two Olympic champions including Dawn-Harper Nelson (Los Angeles, California), last year’s Diamond winner, and Sally Pearson. Stowers’ steady stride broke away after the third...

  • U.S Women Showcase Impressive Performances at Bahamas Relays 2015

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    Published 4. May 2015 at 9:51 pm - No Comments

    Women’s 4×800m breaks AR In the most dominating performance of the meet, the U.S. women essentially ran a time trial in the 4×800m relay, with Chanelle Price, Maggie Vessey, Molly Beckwith-Ludlow and Alysia Montaño winning in 8:00.62 to break the American and meet record of 8:01.58 set here last year. Poland finished second in 8:11.36, with Australia third in 8:13.97. Price led off and immediately went to the front, towing the field around the track under very breezy conditions. Cuba sprinted to the lead down the stretch, and Price handed off to Maggie Vessey a step behind first, splitting 2:01:30. Vessey...

  • USA Women’s Distance Medley Relay Team sets World Record at Bahamas World Relays

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    Published 3. May 2015 at 4:46 pm - No Comments

    WOMEN’S DISTANCE MEDLEY – IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS, BAHAMAS 2015 USA AFTER THE WOMEN'S DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY AT THE IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS, BAHAMAS 2015 (GETTY IMAGES) © COPYRIGHT 5/2/2015 ~ Team USA’s women’s distance medley had their sights set on a world record, and the team of Treniere Moser, Sanya Richards-Ross, Ajee’ Wilson and Shannon Rowbury overdelivered, running 10:36.50 to destroy the IAAF’s previously listed world best of 10:48.38, run by Villanova in 1988. It was also markedly better than the fastest-ever time of 10:42.57, set indoors at Boston in February. The six-nation field ran tightly...

  • Boxing: Team USA Defeats China in the Clash of Champions

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    Published 26. April 2015 at 10:00 pm - No Comments

    (ATLANTA, GA.) – Nine elite American female boxers faced off with a top squad from China on Saturday at the Women’s International Clash of Champions in Atlanta, Ga. The duel competition featured several rematches between the two top squads at the Buckhead Fight Club, but the flyweight division bout held unique importance for 2012 Olympic bronze medalist Marlen Esparza (Houston, Texas). Marlen Esparza (r) takes the victory over Cancan Ren of China on April 25, 2015 in Atlanta (Photo by Julie Goldsticker) Esparza faced off with 2012 Olympic silver medalist Cancan Ren of China for the first time since their semifinal...

  • SURFING: Carissa Moore Wins Rip Curl Women’s Pro Bells Beach

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    Published 11. April 2015 at 12:26 am - No Comments

    Carissa Moore, on her way to winning the Rip Curl Women's Pro Bells Beach for the third time. - WSL BELLS BEACH, Victoria/Australia (Friday, April 10, 2015) – Carissa Moore (HAW) has won the Rip Curl Women’s Pro Bells Beach after battling Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) in the Final for the right to ring the Bell. Victory for the two-time world champion today sees her take three consecutive Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach titles and become the first female surfer in Championship Tour (CT) history to achieve this feat. Moore defeated Tyler Wright (AUS) in both 2013 and 2014 for her prior wins. Moore and Gilmore have previously...

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Track & Field:  Doha 2015 Highlights

Track & Field: Doha 2015 Highlights

The highlights of the Doha 2015 IAAF Diamond League Meeting on 15th May 2015

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Track & Field: U.S. Women shine in Diamond League opener

Track & Field: U.S. Women shine in Diamond League opener

5/15/2015 DOHA — On a clear night with temperatures above 95 degrees in Qatar’s capital city, the scorching temps brought fire to the track as USATF athletes set world leads and meet records in the opening competition of the 2015 Diamond League. Hurdle Hype meets expectations In the highly anticipated...

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Boxing:  Hardy bout ruled a ‘No Contest’

Boxing: Hardy bout ruled a ‘No Contest’

Heather 'The Heat' Hardy (l) connects to the face of Domsodi (Photo Credit: Lucas Noonan/Premier Boxing Champions) April 11, 2015 – Brooklyn, NY – “Disappointing” was the word resonating from the Heather ‘The Heat’ Hardy’s camp after her bout with Renata Domsodi of...

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Australian rookie Minjee Lee surges to her first LPGA victory

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Na Yeon Choi Wins Coates Golf Championship, Lydia Ko to Become Youngest No. 1 Ever

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Stacy Lewis WSEN’s 2014 SportsWoman of the Year

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Stacy Lewis made history in 2014 by becoming the 1st American to win the LPGA “triple...


Stacy Lewis Sweeps Rolex Player of the Year, Vare Trophy and Money Title

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Lewis becomes first American to claim all three since Betsy King in 1993 NAPLES,...


LPGA: Kyu Jung Baek wins first-career LPGA Tour title

LPGA: Kyu Jung Baek wins first-career LPGA Tour title

KLPGA Tour member Kyu Jung Baek of South Korea made her very first appearance in...


LPGA: Inbee Park defends Wegmans Title

LPGA: Inbee Park defends Wegmans Title

Inbee Park defeated Brittany Lincicome on the first sudden-death playoff hole to...


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RICOH Women’s British Open Royal Birkdale Golf Club Southport, England Final Round...


LPGA: Stacey Lewis wins 2014 ShopRite LPGA Classic

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Stacy Lewis claimed her 10th career LPGA Tour win.  With a six-shot victory at the...


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The Phoenix Mercury capped off a stelar WNBA season, winning their third championship....


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WNBA Playoffs..The Phoenix Mercury

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Rewind: Shoni Schimmel 2014 WNBA All-Star MVP

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WNBA:  NY Liberty Acuire Swin Cash

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NEW YORK, NY – JULY 9, 2014 – New York Liberty Head Coach and General Manager Bill...


WSEN Spotlight: Shoni Schimmel

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WNBA:  The Liberty defeat defending champs at the Garden

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New York City – Tina Charles scored a career-high 32 points in a brilliant...


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