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  1. Missy Franklin, 17, enjoys historic week


    Missy Franklin won't have much free time in London. The 17-year-old senior-to-be at Regis Jesuit (Aurora, Colo.) qualified for a record seven events at the U.S. Olympic trials in Omaha, Neb. Franklin won the 100-meter backstroke and the 200-met...

    Blog | July 02, 2012
  2. 40 greatest female athletes: Cammi Granato


    ESPN is marking the 40th anniversary of Title IX by unveiling the top 40 female athletes of the past 40 years. In 1990, just 6,000 girls were registered with USA Hockey. Today, there are more than 62,000. Much of the credit goes to Cammi Granat...

    Blog | May 03, 2012
  3. The real-life Katniss Everdeen

    Cristina Goyanes

    Ella Kokinda may not know much yet about the irrepressible teen heroine of Suzanne Collins' bestselling book series-turned-film "The Hunger Games" (in theaters this Friday), but she and Katniss Everdeen sure have a lot in common. Though the 17-yea...

    Blog | March 21, 2012
  4. Colombian soccer star's son playing in U.S.

    Sheldon Shealer

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Santi Asprilla tries not to call too much attention to himself. The 18-year-old senior speaks softly, often with short sentences followed by a head nod or shoulder shrug. He's a bit guarded, and understandably so. Aspr...

    Blog | December 29, 2011
  5. Robina Jalali chases dream for Afghan girls

    Sandra Harwitt

    Robina Jalali's dreams were much like the dreams of many other young girls. She wanted to go to school and learn. She wanted to be outside running around and playing sports with friends. But Jalali grew up in the Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, wh...

    Blog | November 24, 2011
  6. Lake Wales junior Octavious Freeman has sacrificed much to become...

    Lucas O'Neill

    Lake Wales junior Octavious Freeman has sacrificed much to become one of the nation's top sprinters, and this year she's looking to reap the rewards

    Story | Conversation | February 08, 2010
  7. Kaitlyn Leary idolized her older sister on and off the volleyball...

    David Auguste

    By emerging from her older sister's shadow and leading the way to a state title, Kaitlyn Leary dropped a comical nickname and earned a more fitting one.

    Story | Conversation | September 16, 2009
  8. Henderson comes up short

    Jeff Lemberg

    Morse High's Monique Henderson advanced to the finals of the women's 400-meter Olympic Trials, but didn't make the U.S. team, as she finished 1.5 seconds behind the final qualifier.

    AssociateStory | July 17, 2000