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Paula Creamer Sports Careers And Personal Life

Paula Creamer is one of the female athletes were quite professional in her field. She was a golfer from the United States, until now she still holds the title as the best female golfer in the world number two. The title she had, by showing her talent in a variety of games that she attended, she has won many awards and also winning. Among these success factors, one of which is because Paula is very talented in the game of golf, it can be seen from a career that has won many junior matches, that she attended the first time into the world of sports. Paula until now still continue to develop her talent, has joined the team of the LPGA Tour.

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Speak of a career in the sport, paula has provided pride. Started when she was 10 years old she was playing well, and when she was 12 years old she has even managed to win a few games junior golf. It instantly earned her the title as the best female junior golfer in the state. Since then too many matches she attended, including the American Junior Golf Association events. of the tournament that followed she won 19 tournaments. Until finally, she got the opportunity to represent the United States in the Curtis Cup. from a variety of games and wins she had, paula even become a professional golfer at the age of 18 years. In 2010 paula was absent in the world of golf preach, because she was injured on the finger. Relief efforts through the operation she had been through, and in July 2010, she even still able to prove her ability to win a match at the U.S. Open Women.

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Creamer is a woman's nationality United States, who was born on August 5, 1986 Mountain View, California. She was an only child of a pilot. not only talented, Creamer also known by her pretty face and body ideal. It has a height of about 1.75 cm high enough. In addition to beautiful and talented, her personality is quite generous, also adds to the appeal creamer. It is proved by some charity work she does, she is also reportedly had a foundation that helps junior golfers and military families, she also contributed scholarships to IMG Academy. For her personal life, this beautiful woman also reportedly had a relationship with a lover some golf players like Tarik Can.
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Natalie Gulbis profile biography trivia

Natelie gulbis in Mini skirtName : Natalie Gulbis
Date of birth : January 7, 1983
Place of birth : Sacramento, California
College : University of Arizona
Points of Interest : 1998 U.S. Women's Amateur medalist
Height : 5 feet 9 inches

  • 1997 California Women's Amateur Champion
  • Turned pro 2001
  • Tied 3rd at 2001 LPGA Tour qualifying school
  • 2nd in 2002 Rookie of the Year points
  • Natalie is coached by Butch Harmon

Natalie Gulbis biography
Natalie Anne Gulbis was born on January 7, 1983, in Sacramento, California. Natalie's father John worked for the Sacramento County Probation Department, while her mother Barbara continues to act as purchasing director for a Sacramento medical laboratory. Natalie first hit the links at age 4, when her father began to teach her to play golf. She soon fell in love with the sport. At 7, she won her first tournament, and by 10, young Natalie was already breaking par.

In 1996, 13-year-old Natalie finished in second place in the California State Women's Amateur tournament. The top spot went to another future LPGA player, Dorothy Delasin. The following year, however, Natalie came back to win the tournament. That same year, she became the youngest player to ever qualify for an LPGA event, playing in the Long Drugs Challenge. Natalie would hold this record until 2002, when 12-year-old Michelle Wie made fresh claim to it.

Natalie continued developing her golf game at Granite Bay High School, where she played on the boys' team. Despite the fact that she was also committed to gymnastics and diving, Natalie still excelled academically, and graduated early, at age 16.

On the strength of her high school scores, Natalie was given a scholarship to Arizona State University in 1999. At that time, Arizona's golf team was the defending NCAA champs. In her freshman year, Natalie won three tournaments and was recognized with All-American honors. The next summer, she qualified for the US Women's Open, was ranked 34th among amateurs, and then was named MVP at the USA-Japan Collegiate Golf Championship. On the strength of these achievements, Natalie made the decision to turn pro.

Natalie went to the LPGA Qualifying Tournament (aka "Q-School") in the fall of 2000, and earned a spot on the tour on her first attempt. In 2001, Natalie moved to Las Vegas, Nevada. Her reason for doing so was initially strictly for tax purposes, but she soon grew to love her new home on Lake Las Vegas, about 30 minutes from the strip. Another advantage to her new location was its proximity to the Butch Harmon School of Golf, where she could take daily instruction from the same man who tutors golf heavyweights like Tiger Woods and Adam Scott.

In 2002, Natalie tied for fifth at the ShopRite LPGA Classic and for fourth at the Giant Eagle LPGA Classic. These two performances propelled her into second place in the Rookie of the Year points standings. The following year, Natalie tied for 12th at the Chick-fil-A Charity Championship and scored a career-low 63 in the third round of the Welch's/Fry's Championship. In 2004, Natalie finished in the Top 15 in five tournaments and carded her first LPGA career hole in one in the final round of the Safeway Classic.

In 2005, Natalie released her second calendar. The first annual 2004 edition was deemed "too provocative" by the USGA, who cancelled Natalie's signings, but it still proved to be a very successful enterprise. Natalie has also played on many charity and Pro-Am events, where she has teed off against such celebrity athletes as Roy Jones Jr., Michael Jordan and Barry Bonds.

Michelle Wie profile trivia and complete biography

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Name : Michelle Wie
Date of Birth : October 11, 1989
Place of Birth : Honolulu, HI
Height : 6'
Nationality : American
Profession : Golf Player
Current Team : LPGA

michelle wie trivia:
  • Michelle Wie was born on 10 November 1989, the daughter of BJ and Bo Wie, a professor of transport policy and a real estate agent.
  • Michelle Wie at 11 years old won the Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play Championship. At 12, Wie became the youngest player to qualify for an LPGA event.
  • Michelle Wie became the youngest player to take part in a US men's tournament in Hawaii at the 2004 Sony Open. She was the only woman in the field and said, "Playing in the Sony Open was the greatest experience I've ever had."
  • According to an interview with the BBC sports academy website Michelle Wie's role models are Tiger Woods, Ernie Els and Annika Sorenstam.

Michelle wie biography:

Michelle Wie talks with the media during a press conference in preperation for  the Fields Open on February 19, 2008  at the Ko Olina Golf Club in Kapolei, Hawaii.

Michelle Wie, already over 6-feet tall, was born in Honolulu on Oct. 11, 1989. An excellent student, Michelle Wie's hobbies include reading, drawing and computers. Michelle Wie began playing golf at the age of four. According to an Associated Press profile, Wie was winning nearly every junior event she entered by the age of 11. Michelle Wie told the AP that she plays golf for about four hours a day on weekdays and seven hours a day on weekends. In tournaments, her father served as her caddie through most of 2003, but the family hired a professional caddie for the PGA Sony Open. At the age of 10, she shot a 64. Also at the age of 10, Michelle Wie became the youngest player ever to qualify for a USGA amateur championship when she made the field for the USGA Women's Amateur Public Links Championship. She advanced to the semifinals of the same event two years later (2002), the youngest semifinalist ever in a USGA amateur championship.
Michelle Wie's performance at the 2004 PGA Tour Sony Open must have convinced even the most sober analysts that she might just be capable - someday - of competing on the PGA Tour. Playing a course Michelle Wie had played many times before, and in great conditions, Wie put together rounds of 72-68 for an even-par 140 at the Sony, missing the cut by just one shot. And she did it at the age of 14. It's not the first time Wie has suprised the golf world, however. Michelle Wie made her first appearance in an LPGA major - the 2003 Kraft Nabisco Championship - at the age of 13. And she managed to play well enough to make the tournament's final pairing, playing alongside Annika Sorenstam and eventual winner Patricia Meunier-Lebouc. Later in 2003, Wie became the youngest-ever winner of the U.S. Even at 13, Michelle Wie was already one of the longest hitters to appear on the LPGA Tour, knocking her drives 20-40 yards past most other players on tour. Michelle Wie regularly knocks the ball 300-plus yards, and her average distance with the driver for the 2003 Nabisco was in the 280s (or about 20 yards more than Sorenstam's average). For the 2004 PGA Tour Sony, her average off the tee (including some 3-woods) was in the 270s, just below the field average.

At the 2002 LPGA Takefuji Classic, Michelle Wie became the youngest ever to Monday qualify for an LPGA Tour event. Her appearance in the 2003 Kraft Nabisco Championship included a round of 66, tying the record for low amateur round in an LPGA major. Wie has also attempted to qualify for the PGA Sony Open, playing in Monday qualifying rounds. In 2003, Michelle Wie finished tied for 47th in a field comprised of 97 men, and playing from the same tees as those men. Tom Lehman, who played with Wie in a pro-am, bestowed the nickname "Big Wiesy" (rhymes with "Big Easy") on her because her swing resembles that of Ernie Els.


Venus Williams serves against Marion Bartoli of France during day seven of the 2007 U.S. Open
  • Born: 17 June 1980
  • Birthplace: Lynwood, California
  • Best known as: Sister of Serena Williams and five-time winner of Wimbledon

Venus Williams dominated women's tennis in 2000, winning singles titles at Wimbledon, the U.S. Open and the Sydney Olympics, and winning doubles titles at Wimbledon and Sydney with her younger sister Serena. (Her victory at Wimbledon made her the first black female champion there since Althea Gibson in 1957 and 1958.) Williams was already a famous figure in tennis for her size (6'1"), overpowering strength, and unusual tennis background: she and Serena learned to play on public courts in tough Compton, California, coached by their self-taught father Richard. After her breakthrough 2000 campaign she was named Sportswoman of the Year by Sports Illustrated magazine. In 2001 she repeated as Wimbledon and U.S. Open champion (defeating Serena in the U.S. Open finals) and she won again at Wimbledon in 2005, 2007 and 2008.


Anna Kournikova biography profile trivia

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  • Name : Anna Kournikova
  • Date of Birth : June 7, 1981
  • Place of Birth : Moscow, Russia
  • Sign : Sun in Gemini, Moon in Leo
  • Height : 5' 8''
  • Weight : 123 lbs.
  • Measurements at 2004: 32B - 24 - 34
  • Lives : Miami, Florida, USA
  • Profession : Tennis Player
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anna kournikova biography

Russian-born Anna Kournikova left Moscow at the age of 9 to come to Nick Bollettieri's Tennis Academy in Florida, USA - the same academywhich has also produced Monica Seles and Andre Agassi.She was the world's topped-ranked junior at the end of 1995, shortlyafter Martina Hingis joined the professional ranks. Kournikova herselfturned professional in 1996, and competed in her first grand slam at theUS Open that year. She performed exceptionally well, defeating seededplayers before finally falling to eventual champion Steffi Graf in the4th round.

In 1997, she affirmed her position amongst the world's top players,highlighted by a semi-final appearance at her first Wimbledon as aprofessional. In 1998 she further surged up the rankings, with the highlightbeing an appearance in the final of the prestigious Lipton Championships,defeating four top 10 players consecutively along the way. Soon after, shescored her first victory over world number 1 Hingis, and just prior toWimbledon she broke into the world Top 10 for the first time in her career.A thumb injury before Wimbledon (suffered in a match where she defeatedGraf) ruled her out of tournaments for the next few months, and she hassince had a tough time regaining her momentum. 1999 began with acontroversial Australian Open, her play marred by poor form with her service.However, she did manage to make the 4th round in singles (her best result)as well as winning the doubles championships with Hingis as her partner.

Anna says her game wasn't modelled after any one player, although listsGraf and Seles as players she has learnt from, watching television. Nowat 18 years of age, she is developing her power game and exhibitingsome fearful groundstrokes coupled with superb court mentality.Anna is indeed superstar material, with glamourous looks (she says ifnot for tennis, her passion would be acting) and an aggressive all-courtgame to match. In fact, she has had an agent since the age of 10.She is currently on the verge of the world Top 10, and others forseeher and Hingis (along with the Williams sisters) battling it out for worldnumber 1 in the not-too-distant future. Regardless, Anna Kournikovawill play a great role in the future of women's tennis.

Anna Kournikova Trivia
Is the only child to her parents.
  • Ex-tennis player.
  • Named one of "People" magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People of 1998.
  • Graduated from a Russian high school in 1997, and has attended Russian University of Physical Culture since 1997.
  • Dated Pavel Bure and childhood sweetheart Sergei Fedorov at the same time. Fedorov told The Hockey News that he and Kournikova had secretly married in July 2001, but were divorced shortly thereafter; Kournikova has never confirmed this.
  • 2002: Appears in the new Enrique Iglesias video "Escape".
  • # Her fastest serve was clocked at 111.2 mph during the Paris Indoors of 1998.
  • # May 2002: has been voted "the sexiest woman in the world" in the magazine "FHM" (Australian version).
  • Has never won a major tennis tournament, as of January 2004.
  • It is announced that Kournikova was voted the Sexiest Woman in the World in FHM's 100 Sexiest Girls poll for 2002, American edition. [May 2002]
  • Knocked out of Wimbledon in the first round. [June 2002]
  • Ranked 299th in the world (as of October 2003).
  • Has a tattoo of a sun design on her lower back, which made its "debut" at the 2003 Australian Open. Oddly, she denied having it, telling reporters that it was actually a heat patch to treat back pain.
  • Sold her Miami Beach condo at Portofino Tower to Sergei Fedorov for $1.63 million (December 2003).
  • In February 2001, the Anna Kournikova Virus was released. Within a few hours of its distribution anti-virus vendors received thousands of reports. However, investigators were only able to list 55 incidents of infection, causing just $166,827 worth of damage. On 27 September 2001, a Dutch court gave the virus's author, Jan De Wit, the choice of 150 hours community service or 75 days in jail.
  • Her favorite food is Sushi.
  • Voted as #9 on the Top 100 Sexiest Women 2004 in FHM [DK].
  • Her best ranking in tennis was number 8 in the world (2000).
  • Career best Grand Slam tournament singles results: Australian Open quarterfinals in 2001, French Open 4th round in 1998 and 1999, Wimbledon semifinals in 1997, U.S. Open 4th round in 1996 and 1998.
  • Named #29 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2005 list.
  • Ranked as #62 in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" special supplement. (2005)

serena williams biography

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Date of Birth
26 September 1981, Saginaw, Michigan, USA

Birth Name
Serena Jameka Williams

5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Biography

Serena Williams, currently the #7 female tennis player in the world, has always maintained a level of interest. She earned her first grand slam singles title at the U.S. Open back in 1999, and currently rode a string of four straight grand slam singles title wins - the 2002 French, Wimbledon, and U.S. Open titles, and the 2003 Australian Open title, all achieved by defeating her older sister, Venus. A knee injury in 2003 forced her to sit out 8 months of tennis competition. She reached the Wimbledon final in 2004, but has not won a major title since the summer of 2003. As of late, Serena has taken a stab at acting, appearing in guest roles on both "The Simpsons" (1989) and "My Wife and Kids" (2001). More roles are likely to follow. Serena was born in Saginaw, Michigan, to Richard and Oracene Williams (now divorced). The youngest of five girls, Serena grew up with Venus and older sisters Lyndrea, Isha & Yetunde. She was born in 1981. Eldest sister Yetunde Price was murdered in Los Angeles, California in the fall of 2003.


Beat her older sister Venus to win the 2002 French Open, 2002 Wimbledon, 2002 US Open & the 2003 Australian Open. By doing so, she joined Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf, Margaret Court, and Maureen Connolly as the only women to have won four Grand Slam titles in a row.

Was the 1999 US Open champion

Is the youngest of 5 girls

Her other sisters are Lyndrea, Isha & Yetunde

Parents are Richard & Oracene (divorced)

Dad Richard is her coach

Won the 2000 Olympics doubles competition with her sister Venus

Her scenes of her first movie "Black Knight" were cut.

Among her pets was a Yorkshire by the name of Petey (Named after one of her tennis heros Pete Sampras), Jackie the Jack Russell Terrier; and Bambi the pitbull.

Sister of Venus Williams.

Elder sister Yetunde Price was murdered in Compton, California in Fall of 2003

Born on the same day as actress Christina Milian.

On 25 January 2003, she won the Australian Open tennis championship, completing the 'grand slam' of women's tennis. "The Serena Slam Completed" was ranked #10 in TV Guide's list of the "25 Most Awesome Sports Moments (of the last 15 years)". [17 July 2005 issue]

She is a certified Fashion Designer and has her own clothing line called "Aneres" which is her name spelled backwards.

In 2007, Forbes Magazine estimated her earnings for the year at $14 million.

Personal Quotes

"I'm afraid I'm already a shopaholic. Fortunately, I'm no longer in denial, and the first step to recovering is getting out of denial."

"I've always said that I'm insatiable."

"I could lose 20 pounds and I'm still going to have these knockers and I'm going to have this ass, and that's just the way it is." addressing her fitness level after winning the 2007 Australian Open

Where Are They Now

(February 2004) Has dropped to #6 in the rankings. Has not played in a tennis tournament since July, 2003. She dropped off the tour due to knee injuries, but despite her recent announcement that she is healthy and fit she decided to withdraw from the Australian Open grand slam competition (where she is defending champion) as she continues to pursue TV and film appearances.

(March 2007) Recently won the Sony Ericsson Open for the 4th time in her career. Crushed the tournament's top seed Maria Sharapova 6-1, 6-1 in the 4th round after Sharapova had defeated older sister Venus Williams. Made a dramatic comeback in the final against newly crowned world number one Justin Henin. Defeated Henin 0-6, 7-5, 6-3 in the final. Continues her remarkable comeback to the top of the tennis rankings. Ascended from 95 in the world last year to number 11 by winning the two biggest titles of the year so far.

(January 2007) Reestablished herself as the dominant force in women's tennis by winning the Australian Open for the 3rd time. Dominated the world's top ranked player Maria Sharapova in the final 6-1, 6-2 to win her 8th major championship title.

(September 2006) Unable to defend Australian Open title (lost in the third round). Missed the French Open and Wimbledon due to injuries and attempted a comeback at the US Open but lost in the 4th round. Only competed in 4 tournaments in 2006. Ranking has dropped to 95 in the world.

(January 2005) Recently won her 7th major title at the Australian Open Came back from match points down to defeat reigning Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova in the semifinals then went on to defeat top seed Lindsay Davenport in the final.


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