Four-time Olympic softball medallist Tanya Harding inducted into Sport Australia Hall of Fame

Four-time Olympic softball medallist Tanya Harding inducted into Sport Australia Hall of Fame
14/10/2022
Tanya Harding’s contribution to Australian softball spanned 15 years (from 1993 to 2008), more than 50 tournaments and a total of 283 matches, including four consecutive Olympic Games medals: A silver medal in Athens 2004 and three bronzes in Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000 and Beijing 2008.
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Softball legend Yukiko Ueno interview: What it takes to be the best in the sport

Softball legend Yukiko Ueno interview: What it takes to be the best in the sport
18/08/2022
Ueno was in attendance during the WBSC Congress 2022 in Taiwan, where she received the WBSC Order of the Golden Diamond. The WBSC talked with the 40-year-old pitcher about her career and some of the top moments of her illustrious career, in an interview not to be missed.
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WBSC Softball Hall of Fame member, Australian Bob Harrow passes away

WBSC Softball Hall of Fame member, Australian Bob Harrow passes away
22/07/2022
The Australian coach led his National Team the the World Championship in Saskatoon 2009, Australia's only world title so far.
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One year ago today: Softball opens Tokyo 2020 Olympics

One year ago today: Softball opens Tokyo 2020 Olympics
21/07/2022
Softball made its Olympic return after being out of the Games for the 2012 and 2016 editions.
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WBSC Softball Hall of Fame Class of 2022 inducted

WBSC Softball Hall of Fame Class of 2022 inducted
05/07/2022
The 2022 class includes nine players, four umpires, three administrators, two coaches and one meritorious service. A total of 11 countries are represented in the 2022 Hall of Fame class.
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WBSC Softball Hall of Fame member Joan Joyce, 1974 Women’s Softball World Championship winner, passes away at 81

WBSC Softball Hall of Fame member Joan Joyce, 1974 Women’s Softball World Championship winner, passes away at 81
28/03/2022
Joyce won a gold medal with the U.S. National Team at the 1974 WBSC Women’s Softball World Championship, posting a 5-0 record while pitching 36 scoreless innings, over which time she struck out 76 batters and hurled three no-hitters - two of which were perfect games.
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WBSC podcast in Spanish: Catcher Sashel Palacios proud Mexico qualified for Olympic softball for first time in history

WBSC podcast in Spanish: Catcher Sashel Palacios proud Mexico qualified for Olympic softball for first time in history
15/04/2021
The 25-year-old catcher confessed she didn’t expect to become an Olympian. “I never thought we were going to go to the Olympics. But now, at this moment, I want to do everything to fulfil the dream I had when I was a child.”
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WBSC launches new baseball-softball history section

WBSC launches new baseball-softball history section
29/01/2021
A menu guides the visitor through the various chapters easily.
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Switzerland: 21-year-old softballer makes history as first Swiss to earn US college scholarship

Switzerland: 21-year-old softballer makes history as first Swiss to earn US college scholarship
13/11/2020
The Zurich-native will play for NJCAA’s SouthEastern Women’s Softball College.
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One year ago today: Israel qualifies for Olympic baseball for first time in history

One year ago today: Israel qualifies for Olympic baseball for first time in history
22/09/2020
On 22 September 2019, an 11-1 win against South Africa sealed the historic accomplishment that will help Israel send their biggest-ever Olympic delegation to the Tokyo 2020 Games.
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