Girls Basketball Team - 1909 Milton High School, North Dakota Women's basketball goes back almost to the beginning of basketball, when students at Smith College first played the game, under the leadership of Senda Berenson. Girl's basketball team, Milton High School, Milton, North Dakota, 1909. One man, likely the coach, amidst six young women. One woman is holding a basketball under her arm, with letters "M.H.S. '09." No identification of people. Taken in studio with backdrop.
Nathan Stephens, going for gold in the 2012 olympics. Stephens lost both his legs in a train accident at age 9, but has still managed to achive a world-class status as a javelin thrower, and currently holds the world record distance (41.37m).
Amid such a fiesta of British medals, it seemed a little remiss if one of this country’s most lucrative Olympic sports had not chipped in too. Samantha Murray won Britain’s 65th and final medal of the London 2012 Olympic Games in thrilling circumstances, producing a stirring run to claim silver.