Snow Angels? Snowboarders Sarah Burke, Torah Bright and Jamie Anderson strike a Charlie's Angels pose at an ESPY Award pre-party.
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Serena Williams comes out in support of EleVen, her sister Venus' new line of athletic wear for Steve & Barry's.
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A wrist injury didn't stop golfer Michelle Wie from attending the NBA All-Star game in February.
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Skier Sarah Burke, Los Angeles Spark Temeka Johnson, Motocross athlete Tania Satchwell and surfer Mary Osborne smile in support of one another at this year's Billie Awards.
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Tennis player Daniela Hantuchova struck a pose for the cameras at the IMG Tennis Party in Australia.
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Pair skater Tanith Belbin poses solo at the Frost Pink breast cancer event.
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Figure skater Michelle Kwan greets singer Sheryl Crowe at the Women's Sports Foundation's 28th Annual Salute to Women in Sports.
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Another cross-sport group hug -- this time, with skier Sarah Burke, snowboarder Gretchen Bleiler, hockey player Angela Ruggiero, skier Grete Eliassen and Women's Sports Foundation President Aimee Mullins at the Women's Sports Foundation's 28th Annual Salute to Women in Sports.
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Swimmer Amanda Beard keeps up her sexy reputation in a slinky lime-green number at the Goggle Awards in Beverly Hills.
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Exchanging her puffy jackets for a sequined dress, snowboarder Torah Bright shined at the Arby's Action Sports Awards last year.
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Pole vaulter Yelena Isinbayeva glammed up to receive her Laureus World Sports Woman of the Year award.
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Los Angeles Spark Lisa Leslie shows off her beautiful new baby Lauren Jolie Lockwood, who was born in June.
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Phoenix Mercury Diana Taurasi takes time out to meet the kids who will be benefiting from her new Diana Taurasi Reading and Learning Center in Guadalupe, Ariz.
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Dressed up in an evening gown and heels, tennis player Monica Seles looks almost unrecognizable on the pink carpet of the Women's Sports Foundation's 28th Annual Salute to Women in Sports.
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Donald Trump, for reasons unknown, holds the LPGA Rolex Player of the Year Award with its recipient, golfer Lorena Ochoa, who looks only slightly uncomfortable in doing so.
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