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Hattie Stewart (the Bronx, New York) ~ World Female Boxing Champion (1884)

Hattie Stewart- World female boxing champion 1884 Wow, now that is really cool, and she is pretty too, and look at that waist line, what a girl!

The woman lightweight world champion boxing Louise Adler training with the prize fighter Joe Rivers for the match in which she will defend her title, United States 1926. Nationaal Archief via Flickr.

The woman lightweight world champion boxing Louise Adler training with the prize fighter Joe Rivers for the match in which she will defend her title, United States

Self-Defeating Attitudes and Fears: 1. Rejection/Alone 2. Criticism taken personally 3. Other's expectations 4. Inferiority 5. Blaming others 6. Expectations of the World 7. Expectations of Others 8. Worry 9. Hopeless 10. Perfectionism

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Australia’s first women Olympians, Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie, 1912 (winners of gold and silver in the 100 metres freestyle, Stockholm, 1912)

Australia’s first women Olympians, Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie won gold and silver in the 100 metres freestyle at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics.

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I chose this picture of this guy getting kneed in the face because I love MMA. Sport put strategy, strength, endurance, and physical fitness all together.

Captain Walter Edgeworth-Johnstone, K.B.E.(1863 - 1936) of the Royal Irish Regiment. Chief of Dublin Metropolitan Police 1915 - 1923. Portrait by Ernest C. Elliott from 'Fifty Leaders of British Sport' (London, 1904)

Captain Walter Edgeworth-Johnstone, - of the Royal Irish Regiment. Chief of Dublin Metropolitan Police 1915 - Portrait by Ernest C. Elliott from 'Fifty Leaders of British Sport' (London,

French discus thrower Micheline Ostermeyer, 1948 London Olympics.

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