Citations with the tag: SPORTS for women
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- What's hot in women's sports.
// Discount Store News; 3/20/95, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p59
Presents the results of a 1994 study conducted by the American Sports Data on women's sports. Marketing concerns; Sports categories; Sport brand awareness; Feedback from industry executives.
- As the sun goes down, the women come out.
Townsend, Karen Denise // Lesbian News; Apr98, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p17
Focuses on the popularity of vigorous nocturnal athletic activities among women. Information on the groups `Mojave by Moonlight' and `Night Skates'; Why the darkness can be an invaluable source of strength; Indication of some of the activities entertained by these nocturnal enthusiasts; Contact...
- Women's sports around the nation.
Townsend, Karen Denise // Lesbian News; Jun98, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p23
Presents information on women's sports in the United States. Information on the International Women's Flag Football Association; Future of the Ladies League Baseball League; Details on the Los Angeles Field Hockey Association.
- New tricks.
Schlosberg, Suzanne // Shape; Jun95, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p113
Provides information on different sports for women. Benefits of learning a new sport; Rock climbing; In-line skating; Tennis; Golf; Mountain biking; Softball.
- News from the Women's Sports Foundation.
Schlosberg, Suzanne // Women's Sports & Fitness; May/Jun96, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p33
No abstract available.
- Riding the wave.
Hilliard, Wendy // Women's Sports & Fitness; Nov/Dec96, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p35
Focuses on the changes in women's sports in the United States for 1996. Increasing participation of women and girls in sports; Increase in the prize offered by Evian for the 1996 professional beach volleyball tournament; Activities of the National Girls and Women in Sports Day's 10th...
- No question about it.
Mosley, Benita Fitzgera // Women's Sports & Fitness; Apr97, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p27
Provides answers on the questions regarding the importance and appropriateness of sports in girl's lives. What can parents do to encourage their daughters to play sports; Why is it important for girls to play sports; More.
- The 20 most influential women in sports.
Weiss, Jean // Women's Sports & Fitness; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p49
Presents the women that are shaping the future of sports. Valerie Ackerman's position to create opportunities for women's basketball players; Amy Cohen's call for equitable athletic resources at Brown University; Kathy Davenport's promotion of female athletes through advertising and fundraising;...
- Pacing ourselves.
Weiss, Jean // Women's Sports & Fitness; Oct97, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p88
Cites the reasons why women sport will continue to grow through the years. Market-driven sponsorship on the sports; Endorsement appeal of the sports; Importance and impact of big corporations in the sports.
- First do no harm.
Mosley, Benita Fitzgera // Women's Sports & Fitness; Dec97, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p78
Discusses the status of women's sports showing the equal access and treatment for women in line with athletics. Report on the growing popularity of women's sports; Creation of Women's Sports Foundation; Passage of Title IX that guarantees equal opportunities for women in sports; List of...
- Giving back and leading forth.
DeFrantz, G. // Women's Sports & Fitness; Oct/Nov88, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p66
The Women's Sports Foundation (WSF) Travel and Training Fund is the only national source of funds that provides support exclusively to women for sports training. Created by women athletes who wanted to give back to sport. General report.
- Four of the best join the greatest.
Reith, K. // Women's Sports & Fitness; Jan/Feb89, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p56
Reports on four women inducted into the DHL Worldwide Express International Women's Sports Hall of Fame at the Ninth Annual Women's Sports Foundation Awards Dinner. Also reports on the third annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day, February 4th in Washington, D.C. INSET: Wanted: Women...
- Women in sports: A day to celebrate.
Reith, K.M. // Women's Sports & Fitness; May89, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p72
Reports on news from the Women's Sports Foundation. Celebration of the third annual National Girls & Women in Sports Day, Feb. 2, 1989.
- Make a move on the media.
Reith, K.M. // Women's Sports & Fitness; Sep89, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p70
Reports on news from the Women's Sports Foundation. Media coverage of women's sports events, and how to increase coverage.
Reith, K. // Women's Sports & Fitness; May/Jun90, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p78
Discusses the need to develop stronger leadership in women's sports, and the commitment of the Women's Sports Foundation to help women's sports groups achieve a common goal, the alliance of organizations. Asks for support of all women.
- Grants for girls.
Reith, K. // Women's Sports & Fitness; Oct92, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p17
Announces two grant winners sponsored by Tambrands and the Women's Sports Foundation (WSF). The grants provide athletic opportunities for girls ages 9-14 at the Pala Indian Reservation in California and the Santa Monica School in Missouri. INSET: Fitlist (women Olympic athletes at 1992 Summer...
- Coming of age.
Brennan, Christine // Women's Sports & Fitness; Aug94, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p38
Reports that twenty years after it's founding, the Women's Sports Foundation has many things to celebrate. The brilliant performances of athletes like Bonnie Blair and Steffi Graf; The all-women America's Cup crew. INSETS: Mo' better news;20 years at a glance.
- Values held by prospective coaches towards women's sport participation.
Hallinan, Christopher J.; Snyder, Eldon E. // Journal of Sport Behavior; Sep90, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p167
Presents a study that determines whether values held by physical education majors towards women's participation in selected sports were different than for men's participation in those same sports. Gender differences in responses; Ascetic and aesthetic experiences; Norms of appropriateness.
- Sports Stars.
Hallinan, Christopher J.; Snyder, Eldon E. // Weekly Reader News Edition 4-6; 4/22/2011, Vol. 89 Issue 23, p8
A quiz about memorable moments in women's sports in the U.S. is presented.
- TEAM SPORTS handbook.
Jones, Leila; Naversen, Laurel // Women's Sports & Fitness (10996079); Sep/Oct99, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p149
Provides information on how to join several women sports leagues. What to bring when going to a hockey-skills clinic; What to practice before joining the National Women's Basketball League; Women rowers in 1892 who rowed their way around San Diego Bay, California; Gears needed for women's softball.
- Key to women's sports: Marketing.
Feitelberg, Rosemary // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 3/27/1997, Vol. 173 Issue 57, p6
Highlights developments at the Women's Sports Marketing Summit, held in March 1997 at the New York Athletic Club in New York City. Variety of tactics expected to maximize the popularity of women's sports; Reliance on marketing abilities of sponsors; Panelists.
- Team sports: Moving up.
Feitelberg, Rosemary // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 7/10/1997, Vol. 174 Issue 7, p19
Details findings of a survey conducted by NPD Group, a market research firm, on behalf of the National Sporting Goods Association, which shows the growth of team sports for female teenagers. Ranking of soccer, softball and basketball; Factors that contribute to the popularity of soccer,...
- I won. I'm sorry.
Nelson, Mariah Burton // Self; Mar98, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p145
Comments on the myth of male superiority with women in sports. Psychological effects of women being taller than partners; Information on playing the femininity game; What femininity is based on; Reference to various female athletes.
- The number$ game.
Berg, Aimee // Women's Sports & Fitness; Mar97, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p34
Explains why women sports is a good business venture. United States opportunities and increase popularity in women's sports; Approach for establishing success in women professional sports. INSET: A new breed of fan, by Anna Seaton Muntington..
- No flash in the pan.
Mosley, Benita Fitzgera // Women's Sports & Fitness; Sep97, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p78
Discusses the reasons for the increasing popularity of women's sports. Holding of the Women's Sports Foundation summit '97 held in Chicago; Seven reasons why women's sports are making such a popularity.
- The trickle-down effect.
Hilliard, Wendy // Women's Sports & Fitness; Oct96, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p55
Reports on the increasing involvement of women in sports. Exposure given to women's sports teams; Impact of Title IX; Colleges and universities' promotion of women's basketball and volleyball; Product advertisements' acknowledgement of women's athletic interests.
- Will women save pro sports?
Huntington, Anna Seaton // Glamour; Oct97, Vol. 95 Issue 10, p230
Presents information on women's professional sports in the United States. Citing the launch of the all-women American Basketball League in 1996; Perception that female athletes are not the answer to all sports problems; Argument that female athletes are not the true sports persons they were...
- Catch me if you can.
Hilgers, Laura // Health (Time Inc. Health); Jan/Feb94, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p30
Focuses on the cutting into the athletic gender gap by women. Sports where women have already caught up; Female athletes who have made world records; Trends in the Olympic games; Athletic gender gap due to genetic makeup; Physiological differences of men and women; Probable Olympic events where...
- Not for boys only.
Wilcox, Tom // Independent School; Fall96, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p36
Opinion. Presents the author's view on athletic opportunities for girls. How sports helps improve women's personality; Information about the author's experience regarding his daughter's involvement in sport; How sports creates a good father and daughter relationship.
- Teaming up.
Mitchard, Jacquelyn; Eccles, Andrew // Self; Nov94, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p160
Presents women's athletic organizations in United States. Illinois Women's Soccer League with four teams; Immune systems of athletic women; Concern for physical fitness.
- Over 10,000 females competed in the 39th Colgate Women's Games.
EVANS, HOWIE // New York Amsterdam News; 2/28/2013, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p43
The article focuses on the 39th Colgate Women's Games held in New York City in 2013.
- Roller Derby Girls Rock NH.
EVANS, HOWIE // Business NH Magazine; Jan2010, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p8
The article focuses on the ManchVegas Roller Girls roller derby team of New Hampshire.
- Take a hike!
EVANS, HOWIE // Cosmopolitan; Sep96, Vol. 221 Issue 3, p86
Provides information on hiking for women. Items to take along; Safety tips; Technique.
- A liberating experience.
Townsend, Alair // Crain's New York Business; 08/30/99, Vol. 15 Issue 35, p8
Focuses on the New York Liberties' promotion of athleticism in women. Physical description of various players comprising the New York Liberties; Affordability of tickets during Liberty games; Comparison of how the Liberties play with that of the Knicks.
- Perrigo, WSF team up to promote private-label products.
Kulpa, Jennifer // Drug Store News; 9/22/97, Vol. 19 Issue 15, p10
No abstract available.
- Efforts to boost girls' participation in sports urged.
Diegmueller, Karen // Education Week; 5/25/94, Vol. 13 Issue 35, p8
Reports on a conference sponsored by the Women's Sports Foundation. Theme; Participants; Speakers.
- Becoming an outdoors woman.
Diegmueller, Karen // Fly Fisherman; May2000, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p38
Focuses on the Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop on outdoor sports in the United States. Purpose of the program; Courses offered and state coverage; Role of Doctor Christine Thomas in the success of the workshop; Contact information of the program organizers.
- Going out in style.
Sareault, Jack // Golf World; 9/22/95, Vol. 49 Issue 13, p28
Looks at the winner of the Safeco Championship of the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour. Patty Sheehan; Prize money; Other players; Comments from Sheehan.
- Safeco Classic.
Sareault, Jack // Golf World; 9/22/95, Vol. 49 Issue 13, p28
Presents statistical information for the Safeco Classic golf tournament played between September 14-17 in Kent, Washington.
- Why box?
Sekules, Kate; Davidson, Bruce // Harper's Bazaar; Feb97, Issue 3423, p196
Covers information on women's boxing. Reasons why women engaged in boxing; Experience of the author involving her training in Gleason's gym; Rates for beginners.
- 6 Sports for Ultimate Fitness.
Carter, Kelly // Heart & Soul; Apr/May2000, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p70
Reports on different kinds of sports recommended for women.
- 1994 Indianapolis Life 500 Festival Marathon (Age division results - female ).
Carter, Kelly // Indianapolis Business Journal; 5/16/94, Vol. 15 Issue 7, The 500 Mini p20C
Presents the age division results for the women in the 1994 Indianapolis Life 500 Festival Mini-Marathon.
- Women's sports magazines: By women for women.
Townsend, Karen Denise // Lesbian News; Apr98, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p16
Focuses on the increased media coverage of women in sports, which has taken place more than any other time in history. Reference to the success of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) and women's debut at the 1998 Olympics; Information on the March 1998 issue of `Conde Nast Sports...
- Archery: women take aim across the globe.
Thompson, Karen Denise // Lesbian News; Feb99, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p19
Looks at the tradition of archery and its influence in international sports and women's competition. Career of Angela Moscarelli, the youngest archer to make a United States World Team; Factors that influence women's interest to archery; Asian countries' offering of archery as an elective sport...
- It's a game of two halves, Brian.
Coddington, Anne // New Statesman; 08/08/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4346, p22
Comments on the emergence of women's football in Great Britain. Description of a typical game; Comparison with women's football in other countries; Struggles of women's football to gain regular media coverage beyond its own magazine.
- The Money Game.
Eldred, Sheila Mulrooney // New Moon; Mar/Apr99, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p26
Focuses on gender based pricing particularly in sports. History made by coach Sanya Tyler of Howard University in Washington, District of Columbia; Other evidences of sports pricing.
- A boatload of fun.
Shea, Sarah Bowen // Shape; Aug97, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p60
Opinion. Focuses on rowing which is growing in popularity among American women. Information on the women's rowing team Marina Masters Women, located in Greenbrae, California; Details on muscle movement during rowing; Comments from Fritz Hagerman, chairman of the International Sports Medicine...
- Eleanor rugby.
Yow, Beth; Doheny, Kathleen // Shape; Jan98, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p22
Talks about women's rugby in the United States (U.S.). Background information on the sport; Views from Maryanne Sorenson M.D., an anesthesiologist and member of the U.S. National women's team; Rules of the game; What are the skills required for the sport; Contact information.
- Try this!
Carpenter, Kristin; Doheny, Kathleen // Shape; Oct99, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p53
Features Koulius Zaard's Fall Foliage Finale Ride on October 9, 1999 in Massachusetts. Opportunity for women to learn about all aspects of bicycle road riding and racing; Fitness level; Contact information.
- Stepping out.
Teare, Tracy // Shape; Nov2000, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p154
Recommends shoes that women can use for running, hiking, kickboxing, and other athletic activities. Garmont Kiowa; Lowa Strato Lo; Adidas Response Pingora II; Saucony Grid Departure; New Balance W903 AT.