Womens Racquetball

Regina King sports toned legs in a sparkly cutout mini dress

King Regina just attended the premiere of his new movie, The more they fall, and she clearly wasn’t kidding on the red carpet. Regina, 50, showed off miles of toned legs, with a little hint of cleavage thanks to a peek-a-boo cutout She does workouts with a personal trainer three …

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The queen of racquet sports – OutSmart Magazine

Jan Pasternack (photos by Alex Rosa for OutSmart Magazine) When Jan Pasternack speaks, people are listening. Although graceful and gentle, her words carry considerable weight from the moment she begins to speak. Somehow, she exudes a strength and charisma that lives up to her reputation as the queen of American …

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Obituary of Gerald Zibell (1944 – 2021) – Madison, WI

Oregon, WI / Waukesha, WI – “Jerry” – Gerald W. Zibell was born May 8, 1944 in Watertown, WI. He was the only child of Alexander WF Zibell and Ruth EM (Albrecht) Zibell. They lived on the family farm in London, Wisconsin.Jerry stayed close to home, attending Whitewater State University, …

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Tokyo’s four women’s wrestling medalists aim for world championship gold

Adeline Maria Gray competes in the Women’s Freestyle 76kg final at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on August 2, 2021 in Tokyo. The US women’s freestyle wrestling team that takes the mat in Oslo, Norway for the World Wrestling Championships next week will be filled with world title holders, Olympic …

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Von Young Moody – St George News

February 11, 1951 – September 26, 2021 The family of Von Young Moody’s of Washington, Utah, are saddened to announce his passing on September 26, 2021, at the age of 70. Von Young Moody became the ninth child and seventh son of Emerald Lester Moody and Mary Young born February …

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Harlow raised the bar for UP athletics | Sports

Former Editor-in-Chief of EagleHerald Sports Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared in the March 9, 2020 edition of the EagleHerald. The Menominee High School Sports Hall of Fame will induct 10 new members in a ceremony on October 23 at Embers 1971 in Peshtigo. Tickets for the ceremony and banquet …

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Good for the job | Local

Woodside’s women’s tennis captain Daisy Koch credited head coach Lauren Denenberg for the team’s turnaround. Given the Wildcats’ success early in the season, it’s hard to disagree. Earlier this week, the Wildcats were tied for second after suffering their first league loss of the season to Carlmont. Things won’t be …

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Bryant shines in second weekend of action

SMITHFIELD, RI – The Bryant University men’s tennis team put in an outstanding performance over the weekend. The Bulldogs had players competing in the Bryant Invitational and the Quinnipiac Invitational. Quote from trainer Gendron“It was a great weekend with a divided squad. We fought at Fairfield and looked dominant at …

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Bryant, Kiss recognized by Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook

SMITHFIELD, RI – The Bryant University men’s basketball team was named runner-up and Peter Kiss Sr. was named the Northeastern Conference Preseason Player of the Year by the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook. Bryant was chosen to finish second in the preseason poll organized by Ryan Peters, a longtime reporter …

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Patricia Guth obituary (2020) – Missoula, MT

Patricia Johnston Guth, 79, died on December 3, 2020 of pneumonia and covid19. Pat has lived his life with a unique and creative touch. As an artist, she has worked in a variety of mediums, particularly printmaking and collage. She took poetry and art classes at the University of Montana. …

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