Thursday, August 26, 2010

Vote NOW for Kelly Kulick for Sportswoman of the Year

Vote today! Kelly Kulick’s tremendous 2009-10 season paid off. She has been nominated for Sportswoman of the Year by The Women’s Sports Foundation! Click here to vote.

Kulick became the first woman to capture a title in the 51-year history of the Lumber Liquidators Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour and she won two major women's tournaments.
KulickThe Women's Sports Foundation recognized her outstanding season by selecting Kulick as one of 10 finalists for their Sportswoman of the Year award.

Fans can cast their votes for their favorite athlete until Aug. 31, 2010 at midnight (Eastern) by clicking here.

Finalists are voted on by The Women's Sports Foundation membership and through online voting. The award will be presented Oct. 12 at the 31st Annual Salute to Women in Sports Awards at New York City's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. The Women's Sports Foundation will celebrate the accomplishments of the top women athletes at the annual fundraising gala.
You only have a few days to vote so make sure your sport is counted by voting for Kelly Kulick today.

A quick recap of Kulick's incredible season:Kulick
In September 2009 she won the PBA Women's World Championship, and in November she won the PBA Women's Series Shark Championship. In January, she became the first woman bowler to win a PBA Tour title when she beat Chris Barnes in the title match at the Tournament of Champions, a major on the tour.

In March, Kulick won the Canon Malaysian International Open and then captured two major women's tournaments - the United States Bowling Congress Queens in April and the U.S. Women's Open in May. Both were her second career championships in each event, and she became the first person to capture both in the same year.

Kulick, 33, was selected to Team USA and will represent the United States at the Pan American Bowling Confederation Women's Championships in September. She currently is ranked as the No.1 female bowler by the PBA.

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