#WCW is the new social media trend that stands for woman crush
Wednesday. Every Wednesday people post about their woman crush, so we
have decided to jump on the bandwagon. This week we would like to salute
our Yahoo Sports woman crush, Serbian long jumper Ivana Spanovic.
Born in Serbia in 1990, this young athlete has already made a name for herself in the track and field world. Spanovic recently took home the bronze medal at the 2013 IAAF World Championships.
More ladies of Woman Crush Wednesday:
• Photos: Golfer Anna Rawson
• Photos: Pro surfer Alana Blanchard
• Photos: MMA fighter Michelle Waterson
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On Valentine’s Day, CBeebies sent mums and dads everywhere into a tizzy when Hollywood hunk, Tom Hardy, read the bedtime story at 6.50pm – his second bedtime story in recent months. Tom follows in the footsteps of James McAvoy, David Hasselhoff and even astronaut Tim Peake, who read viewers a story from space. Now CBeebies Bedtime Stories producer, Claire Taylor, has spilled all of the behind-the-scenes secrets from the popular segment, which has been airing since 2007, revealing her celeb wishlist, who chooses the stories that the stars read, and everything inbetween. More »Yahoo Celebrity UK - 7 hours ago
Germany's Francesco Friedrich beat Canada for the gold medal in front of his home crowd on Sunday to clinch a fourth straight world championship title in the two-man bobsleigh as the hosts dominated the podium. Friedrich and Thorsten Margis, the pre-race favourites, maintained a lead throughout Saturday's opening heats and stormed to victory. "He did it five times and I will have to wait a few years until I can get a shot at it," Friedrich said. More »Reuters - 8 hours ago