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Cyclocross is just around the corner...
by Christine
posted August 25, 2014 at 4:30pm

OK, well in my case it's on the other side of the WORLD as my first race is next weekend in CHINA!Ninove crit by Yves Schollaert Yes, you read that correctly.  I'm heading over to China with my good friend Ellen van Loy and Jonas is coming as o...more

Brazil and Back Again: Three Days at the 2014 World Cup
by Soccer Science
posted July 20, 2014 at 8:45pm

Three days was all I needed to find a window of opportunity to get to Brazil for World Cup 2014. The 12-hour flight down, and 24-hour trek home, were totally worth it as the experience of attending a World Cup game is just beyond comparison. On my first ...more

Kara Throws Javelin: Rome, NYC & Sacramento/USAs!
by Kara Throws Javelin
posted July 2, 2014 at 3:08pm

Whew!  The last three or so weeks have been a bit packed, so I’m catching you up on Rome, New York, and USAs here. I competed in the Rome Golden Gala on June 9th  in the 1964 Olympic Stadium.  I love Rome!  I’ve gotten to ...more

Using Sport To Make A Difference
by Marissa Kastanek
posted May 21, 2014 at 12:03am

Coach For College is a program that allows American college athletes to help teach/coach academics and sports to under privileged Vietnamese youth. I will take you on the trip and encourage you to make a difference in someone's life....more

Women's Global Event Returns!
by DiscGolf4Women
posted February 5, 2014 at 5:25pm

This record-breaking Women's Disc Golf Event returns in 2014...more

Just for women sports 24/7 coming our way
by HeraeaMarketing
posted February 12, 2013 at 7:46pm

Sports Channel for Women TV...more

Resort Review: Cypress Mountain
by Westbound Boarder
posted January 10, 2013 at 5:55pm

If you followed the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, BC at all, you’d know that many of the ski/snowboard events took place at Cypress Mountain.  Given that I’m an Olympic junkie (I covered the 2010 Winter Olympics extensively on Westbo...more

JILL OF ALL TRADES: How Being a Multi-Sport Athlete Keeps Me Balanced
by SemperSarah
posted October 30, 2012 at 6:21pm

Being active is my lifeblood. Whether I am playing soccer or snowboarding, I welcome every athletic adventure that comes my way. The variety of sports I participate in encourages balance, balance enhances health, and health breeds happiness....more

Is Islam Compatible With Women's Sports, Fitness and Health?
by Muslim Women in Sports
posted August 31, 2012 at 8:22am

By Shahnaz Taplin-Chinoy As the Olympian winners savor their gold, silver and bronze medals and the London party winds down, I think much of the world is still perplexed by the intersection between Islam, women and sports.The global Muslim mosaic is mult...more

It's Sports Bucket List Time
by kaylamcculley
posted July 27, 2012 at 2:04pm

For many lucky thousands who scored a seat at tonight's Opening Ceremonies, the experience will be a chance to shorten their Sports Bucket List. For the rest of us? There's always next year (or four.)...more

Tiffany Weimer: Fair Weather Friends…Not Family
by Tiffany Weimer
posted May 29, 2012 at 1:07am

Let me begin by saying that despite popular belief, the sun does come out in Denmark. Since the creation of the sun in Denmark in May of 2012, life has changed and my opinion of Life in this Northern Town has changed. People are coming out of their wint...more

Tiffany Weimer's Travels: Tell Them What’s Up
by Tiffany Weimer
posted May 8, 2012 at 1:12am

So many activities. So little time to blog about them. The cats have been coming over more than they’re welcomed to. I go through cartons of milk unnecessarily. And trying to give them leftover salmon or chicken is obviously just not classy enough ...more

Tiffany Weimer: Lost in the Danish Nation Translation
by Tiffany Weimer
posted April 18, 2012 at 10:05am

April 17 – means awesome Spring weather, beautiful grass fields and … not in Denmark. We are still wearing pants, glove and hats at training. The surface is muddy and hard. And well, yeah, I’m jealous of people at home in CONNECTICUT&h...more

Tiffany Weimer's Blog: Don’t think you’re better than us? EH?
by Tiffany Weimer
posted April 7, 2012 at 10:42am

Six pounds of coffee later… Thank you to everyone who sent packages. Pretty awesome. I think I’m good with coffee for the rest of the year now. So, if anyone needs other ideas, I mean, I guess I can make a list: Gummy bears Peanut Butter Fl...more

Tiffany Weimer: Anozer New Country
by Tiffany Weimer
posted March 6, 2012 at 10:34am

I think it’s time I start writing some more. So here’s an introduction. I just finished my first week in Denmark. Hjorring to be exact. With the line through the “o” and all. It has been somewhat uneventful in terms of physical a...more

Seattle Storm Head Coach Brian Agler on Traveling Overseas
by SLAM Online -W
posted February 21, 2012 at 9:38pm

Brian Agler, head coach and Director of Player Personnel of the WNBA’s Seattle Storm, is widely considered to be one of the hardest working coaches in the women’s game. During the WNBA’s offseason from October through March, Agler makes ...more

Holiday events at Colorado ski resorts
by Women Skiing and Sports
posted December 17, 2011 at 4:49pm

No matter which resort you visit during the holidays, each one will be aglow with lights and festive decor, guaranteeing a sparkly and white Christmas. Santa sightings, fireworks displays and torchlight parades have been annual holiday events for years. ...more

The Countdown to Christmas Away From Home
by Eat. Play. Love.
posted December 9, 2011 at 4:50pm

Tree w/ cathedral in the background Every year ABC Family does a ‘25 days of Christmas’ event. As you all know, I’m not home and I don’t get ABC Family in France, so I am not watching their 25 days of Christmas specials. Even ...more

Resort Review: Ski Apache
by Westbound Boarder
posted December 5, 2011 at 1:46pm

While visiting family in Texas I got an opportunity to snowboard the high, Rocky Mountains of New Mexico, the United States southernmost ski area. After a very long and scenic drive from El-Paso (4 hours) we arrived in the small town of Ruidoso with Ski A...more

Run Girl Run: NYC & Priscella Queen of the Desert
by Run Girl Run
posted November 28, 2011 at 9:34pm

It has been so nice being home in PA for more than week. I'm kind of sad to head back to D.C. today, but I did get to do a little bit of everything on this trip home: spend time with family, catch up with high school friends and take a nice day trip to NY...more

Girls & Football South Africa: Creating Change and Making a Difference
by Sonia @ Girls & Football SA
posted November 22, 2011 at 11:21pm

Soccer as a tool for development and the importance of a 'girls only space'...more

Resort Review: Heavenly, South Lake Tahoe
by Westbound Boarder
posted November 20, 2011 at 12:09pm

Perfectly poised in South Lake Tahoe, Heavenly Ski Resort deserves the title it boasts. I know it is cliché, but this place is truly heavenly. Sprawled across the California/Nevada border this resort has epic shredding and almost even more epic night lif...more

Basketball player Hillary Klimowicz hits the dance floor.
by Eat. Play. Love.
posted November 8, 2011 at 3:01am

Back by popular demand, this is a blog about me being awkward.After our game on Saturday, my teammates and I decided to go dancing. I need to preface this story by painting a picture of what it means to go ‘dancing’ in Europe. First of all, you don’...more

Runner’s Guide to Toledo, site of the 2011 NCAA Great Lakes Cross-Country Regional
by The Track & Field Superblog
posted November 2, 2011 at 8:50am

This year’s NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship will be held in my hometown, the first truly major cross country event ever held here. In advance of the race, I’m giving out-of-towners some useful information about Toledo. Today it’s all about ...more

Hilary Klimowicz: Today I saw a cat on a leash...
by Eat. Play. Love.
posted August 23, 2011 at 2:34am

All right. I have to share my first awkward moment since coming here.Well first things first, I did actually see a cat on a leash today, which I've never seen before. At first I thought it was a guy walking a monkey, but when I got closer I recognized my ...more

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