How national hockey league ended formidable Slough's high times – The Hockey Paper

Claire Middleton speaks to the inaugural women’s league champions of 30 years ago Celebrating 30 years of Women’s National League Hockey, with Investec During the 2018 Women’s World Cup, England Hockey put on an event to which all former internationals were invited. It was fun, by all accounts, a lovely chance to meet up with… Read More

Football: Mid Coast much-improved despite Herald Women's Premier League defeat – Port Macquarie News

news, latest-news, CHELSEA Hall found the back of the net as Mid Coast showed signs of improvement despite a 2-1 loss to Warners Bay on Sunday at Taree. In their Herald Women’s Premier League clash, the hosts lapsed for only five minutes just before half-time, but that was all the visitors needed. They scored two… Read More

How BYU campus is affected by COVID-19 –

A lone student walks across the campus on March 17 during what would normally be a passing period. (Preston Crawley) Things on BYU’s campus have changed drastically due to the spread of COVID-19 throughout the country and the world. Find out how the campus is functioning, what’s open, what’s closed and what’s new. Buildings According… Read More

PU Women's Hockey Rues What Might Have Been As Coronavirus Situation Ends Shot at NCAA Title – Town Topics

LAST HURRAH: Princeton University women’s hockey player Carly Bullock, left, celebrates with Maggie Connors after a Tiger goal in the ECAC Hockey playoffs. Senior star Bullock helped Princeton win its first-ever ECACH title and earn an NCAA quarterfinal matchup at Northeastern. But Bullock and her teammates were denied a chance to go for another title… Read More

From Doting Housewife To A Woman Who Impacts Millions Of People: Lisa Bilyeu Shares Her Mindset Shift – Forbes

Lisa Bilyeu, Co-Founder of Quest Nutrition and Impact Theory Media Studios Photo Credit: Lisa Bilyeu “It doesn’t really matter because you’re going to be a stay-at-home wife anyway.” These were the words Lisa Bilyeu’s father shared with her after he realized she was serious about studying filmmaking. Growing up in a “very traditional Greek” household,… Read More

Can the Olympics Take Place in July? (This July?) – The New York Times

The coronavirus pandemic is bringing most of the world’s sports to a standstill. But one event that is still scheduled is the Tokyo Olympics, which are set to begin in late July. On Tuesday Thomas Bach, president of the International Olympic Committee, will hold a conference call with the leaders of each national Olympic committee… Read More

Closures and cancellations due to coronavirus | News, Sports, Jobs – The Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Coronavirus (Image provided by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) Here are all the known cancellations and postponements due to the coronavirus in the greater Tri-Lakes area. This list is a work in progress. If you are involved with an event that has been canceled or postponed and is not listed here, share that… Read More

Sprint coach Warren Medcalf's unconventional methods take Katie Smee to NSW women's 200 metre crown – Lakes Mail

+6 Pictures: David Stewart and supplied A LAKE Macquarie sprinter who trains with an unconventional coach at Wangi Wangi has surprised the sport’s fraternity by winning the women’s 200 metres final at the NSW Open Athletics Championship in Homebush. Katie Smee, 23, of Speers Point, clocked a personal best of 24.0 seconds (into a headwind)… Read More