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Edmonton International Baseball Foundation
Thank you to David Bloom, Amber Bracken, Candace Elliott, Jason Hills, Ian Kucerak, Rick MacWilliam, Codie McLachlan, Greg Southam, Walter Tychnowicz, and Larry Wong for snapping the photos below as well as adding colour to the news stories for their respective newspapers.
Australia's Amy McCann tags out Cuba's Dayanna Batista during the Women's World Cup at Telus Field in Edmonton on Friday, August 10, 2012.
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Canada's Katherine Psota catches the ball, ending USA's Natalie Land's run during Canada's IBAF Women's World Cup baseball game against USA at Telus Field in Edmonton on Monday, August 13, 2012. CODIE MCLACHLAN/EDMONTON SUN QMI AGENCY
Canada's Nicole Luchanski tries for a double play after tagging out USA's Jill Barrett during Canada's IBAF Women's World Cup baseball game against USA at Telus Field in Edmonton on Monday, August 13, 2012.
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Canada's Meagan Cornelssen (r) makes it safe back to first base, as Australia's Katie Gaynor attempts unsuccessfully to tag her out during a IBAF Women?s Baseball World Cup game between Team Canada and Team Australia at Telus Field in Edmonton, Alberta, on Aug. 12, 2012. Canada won the game 5-4.
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Team Japan hoists Akiko Shimura after beating Team USA for the gold during the World Cup Women's Baseball final at Telus Field in Edmonton, Alberta on Sunday, August 19, 2012.
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Team Japan's Akiko Shimura, second left, and Risa Nakashima, second right, with gold, Team USA's Veronica Alvarez, left with silver, and Team Canada's Nicole Luchanksi, right with bronze, on the podium after the World Cup Women's Baseball final at Telus Field in Edmonton, Alberta on Sunday, August 19, 2012. AMBER BRACKEN/EDMONTON SUN/QMI AGENCY
Cuba's Yordanka Rodriguez watches the ball whizz past during their game against Australia during the Women's World Cup at Telus Field in Edmonton on Friday, August 10, 2012.
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Team Japan's Ayaka Deguchi tags out Team USA's Alexa Maldonado during the World Cup Women's Baseball final at Telus Field in Edmonton, Alberta on Sunday, August 19, 2012.
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Gold finishers Team Japan jump in with silver finishers Team USA for a photo after the World Cup Women's Baseball final at Telus Field in Edmonton, Alberta on Sunday, August 19, 2012.
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Team Canada celebrates their win during Canada's bronze medal Women's Baseball World Cup game against Australia at Telus Field in Edmonton on Sunday, August 19, 2012.
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Players from Chinese Taipei warm up before their Women's World Cup baseball game against Japan at Telus Field in Edmonton on Tuesday, August 14, 2012.
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Canada's Nicole Luchanski gets to home safe during Canada's bronze medal Women's Baseball World Cup game against Australia at Telus Field in Edmonton on Sunday, August 19, 2012. CODIE MCLACHLAN/EDMONTON SUN QMI AGENCY