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Crystl Bustos is a third baseman, born in Canyon County, California. Crystl is going to represent the USA this summer at Beijing for a third Olympics in a row. She is probably the best hitter in softball today. Bustos also coaches softball and is involved in charity work.

Crystl BustosAt the Sydney Olympics, Bustos replaced Dot Richardson, who was moved to second base, as the shortstop for Team USA. Dot Richardson is a softball legend. The coach of team USA, Ralph Raymond, felt that this move would make the infield defense a lot better. She led Team USA team with ten hits, three home runs and five runs scored; she had eighteen assists and a perfect fielding percentage during her ten starts.

At the Summer Olympics in Athens, she won the gold medal with a batting average of .346, 10 runs batted in, five home runs and had a perfect fielding percentage during her nine starts.

In 1998, Bustos was a rookie with the Orlando Wahoos and was named MVP of the Women’s Professional Fastpitch league. The Wahoos won the league title that year. She led the league in batting average (.400), slugging percentage (.633) and on base percentage (.447) that season. She also tied for the home run lead with ten home runs.

Bustos has her own travel club called Bustos Elite which has teams from 10 and under to 18 and under. She has a softball organization as well for kids aged from 12 and under to 18 and under located in Ohio and which is called Bustos Ultimate. Since the Olympic Games in Athens, Bustos has been trying to form a non-profit organization to fund inner city children to play sports.

Crystl Bustos has won several awards during her career. She’s been a World Cup Champion (2006,2007), a three time Pan American Gold Medalist (1999,2003 & 2007), a World Champion (2007), and a two time Olympic Gold Medalist (2000 & 2004).

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Catherine Leigh "Cat" Osterman born April 16, 1983 (1983-04-16) (age 27), is an American athlete and was one of the pitchers on the USA Women's Softball Team which won the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics and the silver medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics. She started playing softball in first grade before quitting to play soccer and basketball. Cat found her way back to the diamond in fifth grade, when she was filling in as a backup pitcher for a little league team. She completed her collegiate eligibility in 2006 at the University of Texas at Austin, where she was a starting pitcher for the Longhorns since 2002.

Osterman held the ...NCAA Division I career strikeout record with 2,265 strikeouts over her four year career, surpassed by Monica Abbott on May 6, 2007. Cat is still the NCAA all-time leader for strikeouts per 7 innings, 14.34, as she pitched far fewer innings than Abbott (343 less). Cat also holds the Big 12 record with 25 Pitcher of the Week awards and the Big 12 record with four Pitcher of the Year awards. Osterman pitched a total of 20 NCAA career no-hitters and 10 NCAA career perfect games.
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She's almost the newest Diva on the WWE roster, having just come up from the promotion's developmental territories last summer. Like Natalya and the Bella twins, Alicia was trained in Florida Championship Wrestling, which is currently the WWE's main minor-league promotion – not a bad deal for her, since it's headquartered not far from where she originally grew up, in northern Florida.

Her debut in the big time was all angle (during Edge and Vickie Guerrero's messy breakup), but now she's a full-time wrestler, trading wins with Katie Lea on ECW.

WrestleMania should be her first big chance to show the world what she's made of.


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Many of the performers who made it to the WWE through the annual Diva Search didn't actually win the contest outright. Eve walked away with all the marbles, though, snagging a permanent contract in the 2007 Search and hanging in there ever since.

Eve has all of a Diva's more obvious talents, but her biography also contains more than a few unexpected surprises. She has a knack for solving puzzles (having solved a Rubik's Cube on camera in under five minutes, without even taking it apart), and a legitimate martial-arts background as well, including a blue belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
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Lisa Dobriskey top player race

Dobriskey's family history has been traced back to 1780 when her ancestors moved to the United Kingdom from Poland. She was born in Ashford, Kent and spent her childhood in New Romney before attending Loughborough University. Her younger sister Sarah competed for England as a hammer thrower, and younger brothers David and Steven reached county level at middle distance running, javelin and discus. Her father is a soil consultant, presently working for construction company Sir Robert McAlpine at the site of the 2012 London Olympics.[1]

Dobriskey is married to former 800 m runner Ricky Soos.[2]
Career

After winning her school's 800 m at aged 11, her teachers suggested that she join the local athletic club. Dobriskey won Amateur Athletic Association titles at Under 15/17/20 and 23. She was the fastest British under-17 girl at 800 metres (2:08.67) and fourth fastest at 1500 m (4:31.7) in 1999, and the third fastest at 1500 m (4:28.10) in 2000. She won the English Schools 800 m title for Juniors in 1998 and for Intermediates in 1999 and made her junior international debut indoors against Germany and France at 1500 m in 2000. In the English Schools cross country running she was 4th in the Junior girls in 1998 and 3rd in the Intermediates in 1999. She was 2nd in the Inter-counties U15 cc in 1999.

She won the gold medal in the women's 1500 m event at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

She finished 4th in the final of the 1500 m in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, resulting in her ranking fourth in the world for the 1500 m.[3][4] After this, she won the Fifth Avenue Mile competition with the second fastest ever time recorded by a female athlete at the race.[5]

After suffering a stress fracture in her back early in the 2009 season, she finished third in the 1500 m at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany. Dobriskey was upgraded to silver after winner Natalia Rodriguez of Spain was disqualified for shoving Ethiopian Gelete Burika, who fell on the last lap.[6][7]
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Lisa Dobriskey's personal best in the 1500 m ranks her second on the British all-time list, behind Kelly Holmes.[8]
[edit] Personal bests
Event Time Year Venue
400 m 56.00 2002 Eton
800 m 2:02.90 2004 Zurich
1500 m 3:59.50 2009 Zurich
3000 m 8:54.12 2007 Loughborough
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The Football Association of Ireland today launched the eircom League of Ireland Under 21 Futsal League. The Association has been busy introducing and implementing various grassroots Futsal activity over the last three years but has now taken steps to introduce the game at a higher level.

There are an estimated 110 million players participating in Futsal across the world.
FIFA and UEFA have recognised the popularity of Futsal and have established World and European Championships competitions taking place every 2 years.

The FAI is now beginning to focus on one of the elements widely recognised as being a key ingredient in the development of these highly gifted players. The game of Futsal has been cited by such luminaries as Pele and Ronaldinho as having a major impact on their development as players.

Futsal is the Official UEFA and FIFA version of indoor 5 a side football, the high tempo game is played with a size 4 ball which is designed to have a reduced bounce. The consequence of this is that the ball tends to stay close to the floor more often which accelerates the development of skills such as passing, dribbling and close control.

The small pitch size also means players have to think quickly and react with a quick pass or a dribbling move to get out of tight situations. The result over time is the production of highly skilled, quick thinking and creative players.


A pilot FAI U21 Futsal League will take place over the next nine weeks featuring the following clubs (alphabetical order):

Bohemians
Bray Wanderers
Drogheda United
Dundalk FC
Monaghan United
Shamrock Rovers
St. Patrick’s Athletic
U.C.D.

Not only will the league help sharpen the technical skills of the participating players but a prize fund of €10,000 for the winners and a place in the UEFA Futsal Cup (Club Champions) qualifying round should add extra spice to the competition.

The competition was officially launched at Dublin City University Sports Hall on Tuesday February 13th by FAI Technical Director, Packie Bonner and National League Director, Fran Gavin.

Speaking at the launch, Packie Bonner looked forward to the FAI Under 21 Futsal League, “Futsal is an extremely important way for players to develop their skills and understanding of the game.” He said, “Not only is Futsal a great tool to help develop gifted players, it’s also a game of high professional profile across the world, Spain for example has a full time professional Futsal league”

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The Fixtures and venues are as follows:

Saturday 17th February 2007, National Basketball Arena
Time
12.00 Bohemians V Bray Wanderers
13.15 Drogheda United V Dundalk
14.30 Monaghan United V Shamrock Rovers
15.45 U.C.D V St. Patrick's Athletic

Saturday 24th February 2007, Dublin City University, Glasnevin
12.00 Bohemians v Dundalk
13.15 Bray Wanderers V Drogheda United
14.30 Monaghan United v St. Patrick's Athletic
15.45 Shamrock Rovers v U.C.D.

Saturday 3rd March 2007, I.T. Blanchardstown
12.00 Shamrock Rovers v St. Patrick's Athletic
13.15 Monaghan United V U.C.D.
14.30 Bray Wanderers v Dundalk
15.45 Bohemians v Drogheda United

Saturday 10th March 2007, National Basketball Arena
12.00 Bray Wanderers V Shamrock Rovers
13.15 Bohemians V Monaghan United
14.30 Drogheda United V U.C.D.
15.45 Dundalk V St. Patrick's Athletic

Sunday 18th March 2007, National Basketball Arena
12.00 Drogheda United V St. Patrick's Athletic
13.15 Dundalk V U.C.D.
14.30 Bohemians V Shamrock Rovers
15.45 Bray Wanderers V Monaghan United

24th March - Ireland v Wales

Saturday 31st March 2007, I.T. Blanchardstown
12.00 Bohemians V U.C.D.
13.15 Bray Wanderers V St. Patrick's Athletic
14.30 Drogheda United V Monaghan United
15.45 Dundalk V Shamrock Rovers

Saturday 7th April 2007, National Basketball Arena
12.00 Drogheda United V Shamrock Rovers
13.15 Bray Wanderers V U.C.D.
14.30 Dundalk V Monaghan United
15.45 Bohemians V St. Patrick's Athletic
Saturday 21st April 2007, Dublin City University
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Didier Yves Drogba Tébily[2] (French pronunciation: [didje dʁɔɡba]; born 11 March 1978) is an Ivorian and French professional footballer who plays in the centre forward position. He currently plays for Chelsea in the Premier League and is the captain and all-time top scorer of the Côte d'Ivoire national football team. He has scored more goals for Chelsea than any other foreign player and is currently Chelsea's 6th highest goal scorer of all time.

After playing in youth teams, Drogba made his professional debut aged 18 for Ligue 2 club Le Mans. A late bloomer, he signed his first professional contract aged 21; it was not until the 2002–03 season that he realized his potential, scoring 17 goals in 34 appearances in Ligue 1 for Guingamp. During the same season he made his first international appearance for Côte d'Ivoire, in September, and scored his first international goal the following February. He moved to Olympique de Marseille in 2003 for £3.3 million. His scoring success at Olympique de Marseille continued, finishing as the third highest scorer in Ligue 1 with 19 goals and helped the club to reach the 2004 UEFA Cup Final.

Drogba moved to Chelsea the following season for a record breaking fee of £24 million, making him the most expensive Côte d'Ivoire player in history. In addition, Drogba scored decisive goals in the 2005 Football League Cup Final and in the 2005 FA Community Shield and helped the club win their first ever Premier League title. Drogba came to prominence as one of the world's foremost strikers in 2006 as he won the league title with Chelsea again and captained the national team for the first time. In the 2006 World Cup he scored Côte d'Ivoire's first ever goal of the competition and he was chosen as the 2006 African Footballer of the Year. The next season he finished as top scorer in the 2006–07 Premier League with 20 goals and also scored the winning goals in the 2007 Football League Cup Final and FA Cup Finals. He won the FA Cup for the second time in 2009, scoring the equalizer in the final. In the 2009–10 season Drogba proved instrumental in Chelseas winning their first double in the club's history. He won his second Golden Boot with 29 goals, and scored the only goal in Chelsea's victory over Portsmouth in the 2010 FA Cup Final. This goal makes him the only player to score in 6 English Cup finals.[3]

Drogba is credited with playing a vital role in bringing peace to his country.[4] After Côte d'Ivoire qualified for the 2006 World Cup, Drogba made a desperate plea to the combatants, asking them to lay down their arms, a plea which was answered with a cease fire after 5 years of civil war. Drogba later helped move an African Cup of Nations qualifier to the rebel stronghold of Bouake; a move that helped confirm the peace process [5]. His involvement in the peace process lead to Drogba being named as one of the world's 100 most influential people by Time magazine.
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Tennis is, for me, the sport par excellence. Karl isn’t keen on sports, but is the King snob specialist of all snobs.

I don’t know what kind of racket this is and if indeed it’s a masterpiece, technically speaking. It’s carbon fiber, like her black sister, but besides being neon pink, it got an offspring – the white and pink Chanel tagged tennis balls. Judging by the price of her sister ($255), we could only hope it justifies the gap between a normal (great tennis racquet) $70 and a pink stylish $ two hundred and something. Then again, what’s the use of playing tennis if you can’t brag about your Chanel?

Pink Tennis Racket Chanel and Black Tennis Racket Chanel
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