Celia Barquín, Gold Medal of the Royal Order

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Jose Manuel Franco, Secretary of State for Sports and President of the Higher Sports Council, has awarded the Gold Medal of the Royal Order of Sports Merit posthumously to golfer Celia Barquín in an emotional ceremony held at the RCG La Barganiza attended by his parents Marcos and Miriam. Celia Barquín, Gold Medal of the […]

Thorns, Reign draw in first Cascadia clash of regular season – Equalizer Soccer

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Craig Mitchelldyer – USA TODAY Sports On Friday, the Portland Thorns took on OL Reign in the first Cascadia rivalry game of the regular season, and the only National Women’s Soccer League game of the day. Portland Thorns 0, OL Reign 0 The Skinny: This was a hard fought tactical battle that featured some wonderful […]

Myriam Hallé — ONE VOLLEYBALL

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Hallé’s volleyball resume is filled with accolades from both indoor and beach volleyball, including 2 RSEQ titles with the University of Montréal and both a silver and gold medalist at the 2011 and 2014 Beach National Championships, respectively. Hallé played volleyball all through high school and club like most, and she also played College for […]

Jackets make sure there was no upset

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Randolph-Macon won it all, with authority.Photo by Doug Sasse, d3photography.com By Riley ZayasManaging Editor, True to the Cru FORT WAYNE, Indiana – March is known as the time of upsets. The point in the year when 64 teams all enter a three-week tournament with a chance to win it all. The favorite entering a matchup […]

“My mother was shocked by my Britney Spears’ imitation”

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At the quarter-finals of the Italian Open 2022, in Rome, Novak Djokovic is continuing his march towards the Roland Garros 2022. Novak, in the press conference, talked about a lot of topics, from clay courts to his imitation of American singer Britney Spears. Djokovic said, starting to talk about Felix Auger-Aliassime, Tony Nadal’s new player: […]

Handing out FAWSL awards, Best XI picks – Equalizer Soccer

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Photo: Pedro Soares / Sports Press Photo. The 2021-22 FA Women’s Super League had a bit of everything. There was a closely contested title race, a Manchester rivalry for third place and Champions League qualification, and a fight to avoid relegation that was full of twists and turns. There were upsets: Birmingham City beating Arsenal, […]

Dan Dearing Makes Challenger Series Debut — ONE VOLLEYBALL

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He’s back! A welcome surprise on the courts last month, Dan Dearing competed at Challenger Series No. 2 for the first time since a career limiting lower back injury in 2015. An incredible athlete, Dan dominated on both the indoor and beach volleyball court. No stranger to injury, he worked his way back on the […]

2022 Division III men’s head coaching changes

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School LastCoach Replacedby Last position Notes Alma Ryan Clark TBD Aurora Matt Airy Steve Christiansen Assistant at D1 Northern Illinois Christiansen won 400 games and a national championship as a head coach at the junior college level. Benedictine Keith Bunkenburg TBD Berry Trevor Lydic Mitch Hedgepath Staff at Division IBelmont University Hedgepath returns to the […]

Rafael Nadal takes Masters 1000 record from Roger Federer

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Rafael Nadal failed to claim the fifth Caja Magica title in Madrid last week. The Spaniard returned to action after skipping six weeks due to a rib injury and played three matches at the home Masters 1000 event. It was enough for Rafa to pass Roger Federer and earn the Masters 1000 records. Nadal became […]

An unlikely journey to Benfica helped Katelin Talbert find herself – Equalizer Soccer

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Photo Courtesy Isabel Cutileiro Growing up, Katelin Talbert’s dream of becoming a professional soccer player was too unlikely to be spoken aloud. Recently, however, it became a reality when Talbert signed her first professional contract with a team in a top division. Then came the success. On Sunday, the 23-year-old played in front of a […]