“Ons Jabeur? Playing against her is always difficult”

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Iga Swiatek will hunt for the fifth consecutive title at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, which would allow her to consolidate the top of the ranking, should she still need it. In the press confence, Iga said: “In these tournaments where we play day after day, we really don’t have time to celebrate successes. Soon after […]

That Rodman-Hatch interplay – Equalizer Soccer

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Lewis Gettier-USA TODAY Sports The Washington Spirit saw their 20-match, on-field unbeaten streak snapped at just the wrong time on Saturday – when there was a trophy on the line. But despite the 2-1 loss to the North Carolina Courage in the NWSL Challenge Cup final, the Spirit did produce one bit of soccer that […]

Reed May — ONE VOLLEYBALL

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It’s always tough going from training every day to what can seem like a perpetual silence following your university career. Returning home to Toronto for the summer, May joined forces with his father as one of the owners of a men’s team in the Toronto Premier League. “My first reaction when my father told me […]

Hope championship brings closure – D3hoops

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After a three-year journey, Hope celebrates winning the NCAA Division III women’s basketball national championship. Photo by Dan Hunter, d3photography.com By Gordon MannD3sports.com The best Division III basketball seasons are like a good movie. You meet the characters in the first few weeks when the preseason Top 25 and All-Americans announced. The storyline is established […]

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, […]