The only one I know is Janko Tipsaervic.
about 8 glasses a day.
The women play their final first and the men play their final the following day.
Field hockey is played by males and females of all ages, so their education is as varied as that of any community.
It depends on your gender. For females: tennis, female hockey, skiing, soccer, golf, etc. For males: hockey, baseball, soccer, golf, football, etc.
The disadvantages of playing sports as a girl are being stereotyped for one. Also you risk being considered inferior to the males.
woman sport players should be paid the same as male ones because it is equal and we do not live in the 1800's anymore,duh. anyway and because if not it its sexiest and agasint the human rights law and people will be hung by th neck if they do not pay them the same as male players. also they wont get any mcdonalds
No, at least according to a short article found on page 37 of the 9/10/12 New Yorker. Can this be true? Could the New Yorkers' fact-checker be wrong? The article discusses becoming a ball-person at the US Open in some detail. What's the difference? Read the article - is sounds like telling the difference is like sexing chickens...
No. Both males and females are allowed to play at any age.
We're built for height. females are lighter and smaller so height isn't a playing factor.
Males, There are more males in jail. The do lie
Yes, males do play field hockey. It is mostly common in European countries, but there are many prominent male field hockey players in the U.S. and Canada, as well as many Asian and Pacific countries, including China, India, Pakistan, Korea, Australia, and New Zealand
Statistically black males and white males have the same average length. However black males have a larger average girth than white males.