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The #14 University of Denver gymnastics team defeated #11 Nebraska by a score of 194.350 to 194.125 in its first dual meet of the season at the Pioneer Alumni Classic Meet at Hamilton Gymnasium on Saturday night.

The meet was highlighted by the appearance of 2008 Olympic gold medalist Nastia Liukin and her father Valeri Liukin. The Liukins presented awards to the event champions at the close of the meet.

“It was an honor to have Nastia and her father Valeri in attendance at our meet today,” Kutcher-Rinehart said. “I’m really pleased that they were able to come and that the University was able to help us bring them here.”


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Professional golfer Natalie Gulbis has been selected as a cast member for the new season of NBC show ‘Celebrity Apprentice‘. The reality show, which stars Manhattan billionaire Donald Trump, will have a total of 16 celebrities contesting for the prize money this season.

Unlike some of the other contestants, Natalie’s inclusion had been speculated by the media. The hot golfer will certainly fire up the otherwise, boring show.

The men’s team also consists of a good mix of entertainers and sportsmen. You can check out the full list of contestants here. The celebrities will vie for the prize money which they will donate to their choice of charity. Gulbis has chosen ‘Boys and Girls Clubs of America’ as her choice.


We've been enjoying! We've been having fun, enjoying our last month before spring training! It's coming fast! Really fast! We went to the LA Zoo with my best friend Toni and her son Easton! Fun stuff! We went to the swap meet! We went to Santa Monica Pier and enjoyed watching a seal a float a boat! It was beautiful! Ace loved the rides & cotton candy!

Here is photo of Casey and Ace at the Swap Meet! We had a blast! Yes, those are iguana's on the loose, hanging out on twigs! Ace was in Awe! Good Times!

I went out to meet my parents in Connecticut at the Mohegan Sun Casino, for a Coach's Convention. Mizuno had me out to sign, I spoke at the clinic, and hung out at the Finch Windmill booth during the baseball show. It was so interesting to see and meet many baseball coach's, most ex-players. The Finch Windmill being a shoulder exerciser, many coach's talked how bad their shoulders are. I think at least 75% of these Coach's spoke of shoulder/arm/elbow problems. Hello, this is why you, your son, your players need the Windmill!!! Its been tough for my dad to break in to the baseball world. The Windmill is mostly sold from word of mouth in baseball, which comes from boys improving and others seeing their improvements.

Yes, my dad invented it, I do have personal interest, but It works! If we could only get it out there. Kids are improving 2-8 mph in 8 weeks on the Windmill! I truly feel kids Need this, baseball Needs this! After hearing and seeing all of this former players talk of arm problems, surgeries, or many even unable lift their arm! It will help, not only for speed & accuracy, more importantly injury prevention and it helps promote equal muscle balance. The only catch is you have to use it to see results! 5 days a week, 3 1/2 minutes a day. It might sound like a commercial, but after this weekend it made me realize dramatically how badly baseball players Need this! I don't want these young guys to grow up having to play catch with only their mom because their dad can't!

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Eastham spreading hockey's gospel

CASEY Eastham says she has an interest in mythology, palmistry and numerology. But the teenage Hockeyroo doesn't need to look into a crystal ball when she's asked about her future in the sport; she is painfully aware of the impact a decade's worth of elite hockey could have on her body.

"It is a tough sport," said Eastham, who, at 19, has already sustained a dislocated knee and torn posterior cruciate ligament as "reward" for putting her body on the line. "It is demanding but you pick yourself up," she said. "I love it, though. I hope to get to another two Olympics but I'll see how my body holds up. My position, midfielder, means we're the link between the attack and defence so we're the workhorses of the team."

When Eastham declares she wants to take on the world, she's not restricting herself to simply opposing the nation's hockey rivals. While she is striving to be a member of the Australian team that will compete in the Champions Trophy at Sydney in July, she wants to help break new ground for hockey players by gaining the type of sponsorships footballers, cricketers and swimmers all take as part and parcel of being an elite athlete.

Eastham, who is studying to become an interior decorator, recently appointed a manager in the hope he might be able to negotiate some sponsorship opportunities.

"Hockey should have some appeal," she said. "It's a good game in that is full of action, very quick and it can be high-scoring. Australia has a great team and we play in a very competitive environment. I know netball is the No. 1 female sport in Australia, but hockey also offers a lot."

Eastham seems set to be the heiress apparent to her childhood idol Nikki Hudson as the sport's pin-up girl. She has the credentials — before last year's Beijing Games, where she made her Olympic debut, Hockeyroos coach Frank Murray insisted she had the potential to one day become the world's best player.

The teen sensation is also attracting a loyal supporter base, especially on the NSW South Coast where she volunteers to attend schools to talk to the students about the thrill of competing and the sense of achievement gained from digging deep when the pressure is on. She also conducts coaching clinics for kids who know nothing about the sport.

And she hasn't forgotten her origins; when she's not in Perth and training with the star-studded Hockeyroos, Eastham loves nothing more than to play alongside her old school friends and teammates in the local competition. "Playing in the grand final on the South Coast was phenomenal," she said. "There were a lot more people at the ground than the previous year and they seemed to enjoy what they saw."

As someone who is desperate to see her sport reach the level she believes it deserves, Eastham hopes they've told their friends and that they turn out for the next game.


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