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The sun is finally shining at the US Women’s Open in San Francisco

The fog blanket that kept conditions cold during the first two rounds of the US Women’s Open faded overnight and a bright sun swept over Olympic club San Francisco as the tournament’s third round major began on Saturday. The dense seabed and accompanying icy wind hampered tee-driving distances through the …

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Great Lakes First Federal Awards Scholarships | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy Photo Wyatt Madden is seen with Sarah Slagstad, COO of the first federal Great Lakes credit union. Madden intends to study chemical or mechanical engineering at Michigan Technological University. Courtesy Photo Megan Crow is seen with President of the First Federal Great Lakes Credit Union, Wayne Johnson. Crow plans …

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Patriot League named finalist for three SVG College Sports Media Awards 2021

History links BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania. – The Patriot League was shortlisted for three 2021 College Sports Media Awards when the nominees were announced Friday by The Sports Video Group (SVG) and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). The Patriot League is a finalist for Outstanding Live Game Production, …

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PFA Team of the Year: Chelsea and Man City dominate WSL

What is the team? Ann-Katrin Berger (Chelsea), Katie McCabe (Arsenal), Leah Williamson (Arsenal), Magdalena Erikson (Chelsea), Maren Mjelde (Chelsea), Sam Mewis (Manchester City), Caroline Weir (Manchester City), Sam Kerr (Chelsea) )), Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Chloe Kelly (Manchester City), Lauren Hemp (Manchester City). Is this the right selection? Katie Whyatt (Women’s …

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Patti James 2021 ATHENA winner!

(MURFREESBORO) The 2021 Rutherford Athena Award was presented to Patti James during a lunch on Thursday (6/3/2021) at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center. ATHENA 2021 President Julie Lewis notes: “As a leader, coach and mentor, James has inspired fierce advocacy with his style of collaboration in business and …

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Serena moves on, Bencic Falls

The obvious absence of the calendar for Day 4 at Roland-Garros was second seed Naomi Osaka. Controversy continues over media responsibilities and mandatory press obligations. Perhaps the best result is a frank conversation about mental health. Venus Williams suffered another first round loss, this time on the doubles court. Playing …

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Devin Booker attributes his success to having a basketball legend “in your backyard”

Phoenix Suns goalie Devin Booker has rubbed shoulders with several impressive veterans during his six seasons in the NBA. He’s learned from guys like Tyson Chandler, Leandro Barbosa, Ricky Rubio, and now future Hall of Famer, Chris Paul. Over the course of his journey from the draft pick at the …

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‘The new beauty’: the story of Kari Molvar’s beauty trends – and the politics that shaped them

Written by Leah Dolan, CNN From an ancient Roman recipe for anti-wrinkle cream to the “Trotula” of the 12th century, a set of medieval manuscripts with formulas for skin care, hair dye and perfume, the desire to make us more presentable – and even attractive – goes back through history. …

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Olympic Club U.S. Women’s Open has Arizona flair

The Olympic Club is hosting the US Women’s Open for the first time this week. This will be the 12th course to host both the US Open and the US Women’s Open. On Thursday, the 156 golf course will head to the famous course. Of the players, 14 have ties …

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China announces three-child policy

China’s ruling Communist Party said on Monday it would allow all married couples to have three children, ending a two-child policy that has failed to spur the country’s lower birth rates or resolve. an impending demographic crisis. The move reflected concerns that the rapid rise in the number of elderly …

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