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Hermann Trophy Women's College Player of the year. Voted on by Division I college coaches and selected sportswriters and first presented in 1988 in the name of Robert Hermann, one of the found…

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The final meeting of the International Amateur Athletic Federation's Outdoor Grand Prix season, which includes the world's 16 leading outdoor invitational meets. Athletes earn points througho…

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at Sydney, Australia, Aug. 22-29. Note that (WR) indicates world record.Final Medal Standings GSBTotal1United States131012352Australia13136323Canada245114Japan23495South Africa31486Costa Ric…

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The 7th IAAF World Indoor Championships in athletics were held in Maebashi, Japan, March 5-7, 1999. Note that (WR) indicates world record.Final Medal Standings – Top Ten GSBTotal1Unite…

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The sixth sanctioned Women's World Hockey Championship, held in Ontario, Canada April 4-9, 2000. This tournament served as the main qualifier for the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City. The top …

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The 7th IAAF World Championships in athletics were held in Seville, Spain, Aug. 20-29, 1999. Note that (WR) indicates world record while (=WR) indicates the record was tied.Final Medal Standi…

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The 8th IAAF World Indoor Championships in athletics were held in Lisbon, Portugal, March 9-11, 2001. Note that (CR) indicates championship meet record.Final Medal Leaders GSBTotal1United St…

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The 6th FINA Short Course World Championships held in Moscow, Russia, April 3-7, 2002. Note that (WR) indicates world record and (CR) indicates championship meet record.Final Medal Leaders&md…

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at Athens, Greece, March 16-19. (WR) indicates world record. Note that short course world records are not included in the list on the previous pages; that list is of long course world record…

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The 8th IAAF World Championships in athletics held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Aug. 3-12, 2001. Note that (CR) indicates championship meet record.Final Medal Leaders GSBTotal1United State…