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In Summary This year's World Cross-country junior women's silver medallist Agnes Chebet of Nairobi led from gun to tape to win junior women's 6km race. Chebet won the women's 6km race in 17:51.0, beating Nancy Nzisa (18:31.0) from Machakos as Chebet'
Family and friends lined the last hill on Weldon Road to shout encouragement to the runners. Around 300 runners braved the wet weather early Sunday morning to race the hills of Milton. As one of her classmates keeps her entertained, Alexandra
Youmans, riding for Stranamanti Cycling/Keller Rohrback Cycling, is one of three Junior Women who were chosen as discretionary picks. The others are Kelly Catlin of Arden Hills, Minn. and Hanna Swan, 17, of Alpine, Ca. Youmans is currently
Four-time medallist Linda Villumsen and climber George Bennett will head the New Zealand team for this month's UCI Road Cycling Championships in Florence. BikeNZ today named a 14-strong team to tackle what many believe is among the toughest of tests
For years, they have been at the centre of one controversy after another and suffered one heavy defeat followed by a heavier one at major international tournaments...The Indian women's junior hockey team beat England 3-2 on penalties to win the
15 Monchengladbach: India has won its wins first ever bronze medal in junior women hockey World Cup, defeating England 3-2 on penalties. Indian girls created history by winning country's first ever bronze medal in the junior women hockey World Cup as
Stinnett email@example.com 270-831-8344 Posted June 20, 2013 at 6:10 p.m. A couple of weeks ago on NBC's morning news program The Today Show the news crew demonstrated a trend in adventure racing that involved plunging into a tub of ice water,
Kenya took the top four spots in both junior men's and junior women's races to finish with a perfect team score. The 24-man team that has been camping at the Kigari Teachers College in Embu for the last one month, concluded its preparations yesterday
Participants from more than 17 schools from the tricity took part in the championship. Meanwhile, Parwar Vishay Singh's effort paid odd as he won the .177 Air Pistol (NR) sub jumior men title...In the .177 Air Pistol (NR) sub junior women section,
Anupa Barla, Vandana Katariya, Poonam Rani and Ritu Rani -- scored three goals each in the Group A match on Wednesday. Navneet Kaur opened the floodgates with a field goal in the sixth minute before Anupa and Vandana added to the tally.