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WORLD CUP PREVIEW 2015 WOMEN'S
... Bowl in 1999 has the U.S. seized the biggest prize in women's soccer. ... to win the seventh FIFA Women's World Cup, which begins on Saturday in ... the hub of a Celtics dynasty that ruled its sport as no other team ever has.
The Battle of Augusta HOOTIE VS. MARTHA A chronology of developments in golf's most famous feud, between Martha Burk, the chairwoman of the National Council of Women's Organizations (NCWO), and Hootie Johnson, the chairman of Augusta National Golf Club
Sports columnist Christine Brennan writes that Lloyd Ward, ... membership to women now, so that this is not an issue when the tournament is ...
Fishing For Marlin Fans
joints, he gave us exhibit A for what went wrong with sports in the 1990s: Billionaire craves attention, buys franchise, buys players, buys World ...
The USGA picked a perfect venue in Lancaster Country Club, and a Korean closer capitalized
THE RUGGED SPORTS OF ETON
In spite of their elegant morning coats and fancy pants, the well-born boys of Eton College, England's most celebrated "public" (i.e., private) school, are tireless ...
2¢ WITH PADRAIG HARRINGTON
Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: SI Adventure ... risk and for each other—two of the world's best freedivers went to the limits of their sport.
SI's prolific baseball expert presents his 2009 midseason awards. This is just a taste of what you'll get online.
American Revolution The battle for supremacy in the women's game seemed over after the Williams sisters dominated the U.S. Open as never before
finally become the dominant force in women's tennis that ... force that drives the sport like no other. ... After tearing through the women's
Under Review Beyond U.S. Women--Spike in the Ratings
Bill Graff, the coordinating producer for ABC, ESPN and ESPN2's coverage of the Women's World Cup, has vowed that the networks won't wrap ...