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Softball

The first world softball championship was a women's tournament which was in held Melbourne, Australia, in 1965. Joan Joyce played basketball, volleyball, and softball as a teenager in Waterbury…

Olympic Preview: Softball

First Olympic Appearance: 1996 by John Gettings and Mark Zurlo Did You Know? United States second baseman Dot Richardson, who hit the game-winning home run in the gold medal final against Chi…

Olympic Preview: Softball

First Olympic Appearance: 1996 by John Gettings and Mark Zurlo Did You Know? United States second baseman Dot Richardson, who hit the game-winning home run in the gold medal final against Chi…

Eddie Feigner Biography

softball playerDied: February 9, 2007 (Huntsville, Alabama) Best Known as: hard-throwing softball player Hard-throwing softball player who toured the globe for 60 …

Donna Lopiano

Born: Sept. 11, 1946 Former basketball and softball star who was women's AD at Texas for 18 years before leaving to become executive director of Women's Sports Foundation in 1992.

James Easton

Born: July 26, 1935Olympics archer and sporting goods manufacturer (Easton softball bats); one of 4 American delegates to the International Olympic Committee; president of International Archery Fede…

Kids' Sports Injuries

Millions of kids rush to the emergency room every year after getting hurt playing a sport. Here are the sports that send the most kids to the hospital.1. Basketball 2. Cycling 3. Football 4. Baseba…

Event-by-Event

BaseballBasketballBoxingDivingField HockeyGymnasticsSoccerSoftballSwimmingTennisTrack & Field Gold medal winners from 1896-2004 in the following events: Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Diving, Fie…

2000 Olympics

Sydney A record 10,651 athletes (4,069 of them women) from 199 nations participate; the only nation excluded is Afghanistan. North and South Korea enter the stadium under one flag. Australian Aborig…