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Buffalo And Western New York Olympic History for Beijing organizers by dropping softball that late.(Medaille College Horizon ,summer 2002, pg 12 alumni class briefs Journal of olympic history, vol 11 http://members.tripod.com/~laxman36/olympics.html
Extractions: Olympic History from Buffalo and Western New York This page is maintained by Tim Evans, a member of the International Society of Olympic Historians. You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org The 2004 Athens Olympics Boxer Nick Casal turns pro .... last updated 3-28-04 (from "Casal turns pro, signs with Finkel" By TIM GRAHAM Buffalo News 3/27/2004) Boxer Nick Casal dreamed of winning an Olympic gold medal from the time he was a child growing up in Niagara Falls. Now, an injury has forced him to abandon that dream and turn professional. IN January of 2004, Casal was hurt durring the U.S. National Championships, and will not be able to make the Olympic team. Instead 18-year-old Junior Welterweight turned professional in March, signing a multi year contract with manager Shelly Finkel. Durring a sucessful amateur career, Casal won the 2002 National Junior Olympics the 2003 "under 19" World Chamtpionship and several New York State Golden Gloves Tiltles. None of the Buffalo/Rochester area sailors managed to qualify for the 2004 Olympics in recent trials at Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and Houston, Texas. In Florida the weekend of 3-21-4, Kathleen Tocke and Jodie Swanson finished 4th in the Yngling Class and 5th in the European Class respectively. Both are members of the storied Buffalo Canoe Club. Also missing the cut were Cory Sertl of Rochester who was a member of Jodie Swanson's crew, and Kurt Taulbee of Williamsville, who finished 12th in the Laser Class last November in Houston.
Extractions: OLYMPIC HISTORY Softball had its Olympic debut in Atlanta, 1996, where, to the surprise of few, the US emerged winners. It is not for nothing that the type of softball played at the Olympics is known as fast-pitch softball. The fastest pitch thrown in Atlanta was clocked at 118kph, though most elite pitchers come in at a little over 100kph. Until 1995, the US had notched up a 109-game winning streak. Before the Games in Atlanta, the US was beaten by China, but Australia was the only team to beat the US during the Games. China then beat Australia for the silver behind the US. In Sydney, Tanya Harding leads a tough Australia squad that could challenge for the title with the US, Japan and China.
Extractions: Eight Softball Bruins Invited to U.S. Olympic Trials USA Softball announced 46-player list on Monday Aug. 25, 2003 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - USA Softball announced today the list of 46-players, including eight current or former Bruins, invited to participate in 2003 Olympic Trials, September 2-7, at the ARCO Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA. These players will be competing for spots on the USA Softball Women's National Team that will participate in the 2004 Olympics. An initial list of 18-players will be announced on Monday, September 8th. Since the official Olympic roster consists of only 15-players, three of the 18 players selected will be named as alternates at a later date.
USA Softball Olympic Trials Underway In Chula Vista USA softball olympic Trials underway in Chula Vista in the sports history during the 1996 olympic Games in Atlanta, GA, the USA softball Womens National Team defended http://www.usasoftball.com/pressreleases/03OlympicTrials.html
Extractions: USA Softball Olympic Trials underway in Chula Vista For interview request please contact Brian McCall (email@example.com), Director of Communications at 405-425-3463 For Immediate Release: OKLAHOMA CITY OK -Forty-six of the nations top female softball players took the field this morning in hopes of realizing their Olympic dreams as the 2003 USA Softball Olympic Trials got underway at the U.S Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista Calif. The Trials, which are a mixture of skill evaluations and controlled scrimmages, will go until Saturday, September 6th. Players will return home Saturday night and Sunday morning to await the announcement of the 18-player roster on Monday, September 8th at 12 p.m. CST . Since the official Olympic roster consists of only 15-players, three of the 18 players selected will be named as alternates at a later date. Although the roster will be announced via email on Monday, the team will be officially introduced to the media at a press conference at the U.S. Olympic Training Center on Monday, September 15
The Fastpitch School their olympic dreams as the 2003 USA softball olympic Trials got underway at the sports history during the 1996 olympic Games in Atlanta, GA, the USA softball Womens National http://www.thefastpitchschool.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid
Extractions: AP BLACKTOWN, Australia (CNNSI.com) China won the longest game in Olympic history Wednesday as the U.S. started a losing streak. Michele Smith set an Olympic record with 21 strikeouts, but she took the loss for the second consecutive game. China scored in the seventh extra inning to win 2-0. Smith and China's Zhang Yanqing, whose 16 strikeouts would also have broken the record, each pitched all 14 innings. "Every time I walked off the field, I believed that would be the last inning," said Smith, who pitched 5 2-3 innings of relief a day before. "I came back out again and I said, `OK, they're not going to score this time, either.'' The game was so long that the outfield sprinklers, connected to an automatic timer set to go on at midnight, sprayed the U.S. players as they took their positions in the 14th.
INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE - SPORTS olympic history, softball for women was admitted to the olympic programmeduring the 1996 olympic Games in Atlanta. The United States http://www.olympic.org/uk/sports/programme/history_uk.asp?DiscCode=SO&sportCode=
INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE - SPORTS only difference being the size; a softball is 30.4 olympic DISCIPLINE Discover thissport through its competition format, equipment, glossary and history. http://www.olympic.org/uk/sports/programme/index_uk.asp?SportCode=SO
Softball Roster. Schedule. Statistics. history. Archives Back to Previous Page players earning invitations to the 2003 USA softball olympic Trials are Lauren Bauer, Santa Ana, CA; Autumn http://www.depaulbluedemons.com/article.asp?CatID=10&ID=1078
Extractions: Home Check Availability Browse Accommodations Buy Olympic Event Tickets ... Submit A Special Request (Please Click on picture for a Map of Olympic Athens) Athens Housing is your accommodations connection for hotels and private residence short-term rentals near the Hellinikon Olympic Complex in Athens in 2004. The Hellinikon Olympic Complex of Athens is located in the Athens suburb of Helliniko or Hellinikon and it is where all the softball events are going to take place during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. We, at Athens Housing, are making every effort to secure affordable hotel and private accommodations in Athens for August 2004 for fans of Softball Olympic Events. Please feel free to browse through our our accommodations section to find something appropriate. If you see that there is no availability, please submit a form and one of our representatives will contact you as soon as possible to discuss private accommodations and hotel options for you. Athens 2004 Sport Events Tickets Olympic Games Events Schedule List of Olympic Sports - List of Olympic Venues - Ancient Olympics History - Modern Olympics History - Modern Winter Olympics - - Athens City Information - Guide to the Greek Islands The Sporades Islands The Ionian Islands (Eptanisa) The Dodecanese Islands ... Crete - Greece Sightseeing - Best of Greece - Greek History - Greek Boating - Foreign Embassies in Athens Foreign Consulates in Athens Athens 2004 Merchandise - Official Olympic Games Merchandise -
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Amateur Softball Association Of America With its first olympic gold medal in the sports history during the 1996 olympicGames in Atlanta, GA, the USA softball Womens National Team defended its http://www.asasoftball.com/about/getStory.asp?nid=360
Amateur Softball Association Of America The USA softball Womens National Team won the first olympic gold medal in thesports history during the 1996 olympic Games in Atlanta, GA , and defended http://www.asasoftball.com/about/getStory.asp?nid=147
SOFTBALL The lure of olympic medal glory in softball s historymaking debut at the AtlantaGames was the driving force behind Nicole Richardson s international sporting http://abc.net.au/olympics_1996/softball.htm
Extractions: Softball Competition Guide The lure of Olympic medal glory in softball's history-making debut at the Atlanta Games was the driving force behind Nicole Richardson's international sporting choice. Once her name was inked onto softball's Olympic team list, the juggling of two international careers was over. Australian squad selection in netball was put on hold. Richardson and her Australian teammates are pursuing an achievable sporting dream - winning an Olympic medal. Bouyed by a world ranking of Number three behind the United States and China, Australia is now considered a powerhouse in women's softball and a definite medal contender. Their bronze medal performance at the 1994 World titles in Canada became the launching pad for national coach Bob Crudgington to finetune a medal-winning combination for the Atlanta Games. Australia's greatest nemesis is World Champion and gold medal favorites, the United States, which has dominated the sport for the past decade. The gap between the countries is narrowing, but Australia hasn't defeated the host nation since the early 1980s.