Photo : Koseki Wins 14th Defense Of Wbc Women's Atomweight Title

PHOTO : Koseki wins 14th defense of WBC women's atomweight titleChampion Momo Koseki of Japan (R) delivers a punch to Britain's Denise Castle during the fifth round of their WBC atomweight title match in Tokyo on Aug. 2, 2014. Koseki defeated Castle, the WBC's second-ranked fighter in the division, by technical knockout in the eighth round to defend her crown for the 14th time.

Video : Kawasaki Girl Power 2014 Womens World Motocross

Video : Kawasaki Girl Power 2014 Womens World MotocrossGirl Power. The Woman's World Motocross Championship has come of age. With a global reach Kawasaki is proud to have two of the winningest racers in its stable. While French rider Livia Lancelot fights back to fitness, Meghan Rutledge shows antipodean grit - Play hard, Play fair, Play to win...

Yamaha : Fontanesi Rules Women’s Mx For Three Years With Yz250f

Yamaha : Fontanesi rules women’s MX for three years with YZ250FFor the third year in a row the combination of Italian star Kiara Fontanesi and the Yamaha Rinaldi Research and Development YZ250F has proved to be the superior package in the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship. Last weekend the 20 year old took second place overall at the Grand Prix of Czech Republic and the last of six rounds in the 2014 competition to reclaim the crown that she has owned the previous two years.

Soccer: Ogimi Rescues Point For Nadeshiko At Women's Asian Cup

Soccer: Ogimi rescues point for Nadeshiko at Women's Asian CupYuki Ogimi salvaged a point with a late equalizer as World Cup holders Nadeshiko Japan came from two goals down on Wednesday to draw 2-2 with defending champions Australia in their opening Group A game at the Women's Asian Cup, a qualifying competition for next year's Women's World Cup in Canada.

Japan Beats Sweden In Women's Soccer

Japan beats Sweden in women's soccerAya Miyama scored a last-minute penalty on Monday as Japan beat Sweden 2-1 to advance to the Algarve Cup final.
Sweden led through Linda Sembrant’s first-half goal, which Yuki Ogimi canceled out, before Miyama struck the winning goal from the spot kick in the 89th minute.