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(Reuters) - When the Netherlands claimed the Women’s Euro 2017 title on home soil it was a surprise victory that heralded a new era for the team under coach Sarina Wiegman, whose innovation and attention to detail were largely credited with the success.
KABUL (Reuters) - For 16-year-old Negin Afshar, riding a motorbike around a dirt track in Kabul isn't just about the excitement. It is also a way to show that Afghan women can be tough too in a country where concerns are growing that hard-earned rights might be lost.
IT’S hard to walk away when you are riding high or still chasing your own personal summit.
Always vocal and passionate, Dr Farrah-Hani Imran is one who pursues her dreams even when facing detractors and naysayers. The former national rhythmic gymnast, recently made an associate professor in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, is looking to inspire youngsters to believe there is more to life than sports.
PETALING JAYA: High-five hand gestures serve as a universal form of celebration in sports and is common practice among the national bowlers.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Leaving the ice with tears of joy after her gold medal-winning free skate at the 1998 Nagano Olympics, a shaking 15-year-old Tara Lipinski shared a sentiment shared by millions watching around the globe: "That was so cool."
(Reuters) - Ada Hegerberg's season had been cut short by the time the new coronavirus wiped out the football calendar, but the break has given her time to rehabilitate her injured knee and the Ballon d'Or-winning striker is relishing her return to training.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Injured rugby union player Michael Fatialofa will be discharged from a British hospital on Friday, his wife said, just five months after breaking his neck and fearing he would never walk again.
PETALING JAYA: When you are training hard and seeking glory in sports, motherhood seems like a heavy burden. But being a mother can be glorious, too, as many female athletes have proven.
LONDON (Reuters) - One September day in the Yorkshire Dales back in 1967, a handful of women riders set out behind 99 men to compete in a 12-hour time trial organised by Otley Cycling Club.