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Marston Named Premiere Player Of Softball
Top-ranked Wozniacki KO'd quickly at Rogers Cup
Boston Militia defeat San Diego to win the WFA National Title
U.S. Women's Hockey Team Wins Third Straight World Championship
Americans Jeter, Dix, Richards-Ross win at Crystal Palace in London
U.S. Women Head to Japan Undefeated
U.S. Women's National Team to Visit Kansas City and Portland in September 
Photo: Figure Skating and SKATING magazine announced on August 1st that World ice dancing champions Meryl Davis & Charlie White won the 2011 Readers' Choice Award for Skater of the Year Michelle Kwan Trophy. Read: Davis and White Win SKATING Magazine 2011 Readers' Choice Skater of the Year Award
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Free Tennis Drill Site Debuts - Add your Drills! 

I Am Tennis.com beta is an exciting new online tennis center rich in tennis drills, tennis blogs and everything tennis. Be part of our growing community by creating your own tennis blog and/or uploading your favorite tennis drills.  Find a drill ......

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First Women’s Judo World Championship Gold since 1964

20-year-old Kayla Harrison (Wakefield, Mass) won the gold medal in the 78-kilogram class at the World Championship on September 10th. Harrison went undefeated in five matches at the competition to become one of just four U.S. players ever to win a World Championships and the first female to win gold since Anne-Marie Burns in 1964. In the final, Harrison fought Mayra Aguiar of Brasil, in a close match that went into Golden Score (sudden death).

Tamecka Dixon, one of WNBA's Original Players, Announces Retirement

A three-time WNBA All-Star and a two-time WNBA champion, Tamecka Dixon has announced her retirement from the WNBA after 13 seasons. Entering the 2009 campaign, Dixon joined Vickie Johnson, Lisa Leslie and Tina Thompson as the only remaining players from the league’s inaugural season in 1997. She follows Johnson and Leslie who announced their retirements last fall.

Michele Smith joining Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame

Left-handed pitcher Michele Smith, a two-time All-American at Oklahoma State and a National Softball Hall of Fame member, will become the first softball player inducted into the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame.

Australian Open: Serena Williams Goes Back-to-Back

Serena Williams of the US poses with the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Trophy following her victory over Justine Henin of Belgium in the Australian Open women's singles final. 
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