The All American Red Heads were one of the first professional women's basketball teams. In , almost 50 years after women's basketball began, C. They were so successful as an exhibition team that they fostered two other teams, the Ozark Hillbillies and the Famous Red Heads. Two of the early players for the team were Geneva Jean and Jo Langerman. Jean and Jo were the twin daughters of "Mama" Langerman, an unmarried beautician who moved from town to town. The twins led three teams to the state tournament, finishing third in at Whittemore, Iowa , and winning the state championships while at Parkersburg , and Hampton, Iowa in , and Following their high school career, they played for an AAU team, winning the national championship  in , then joined the All American Red Heads. Orwell Moore , a high school coach, coached two of the teams from and then purchased them. Through the s and s, three teams toured. During the off-season, players taught basketball to girls.
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The athlete also wore jewel-embellished hair pins as she crossed the finish line in the m hurdles at the U. Olympic track and field trials. This year, track and field stars aren't just making headlines for their remarkable performances — they're also being praised for their race day glam. Leading the pack at the U. Olympic track and field trials in Eugene, Oregon was hurdler Christina Clemons, who secured her spot at the Tokyo Olympics in the m hurdles while wearing dangly Cool Ranch Doritos earrings. She sported a few more eye-catching accessories on race day too, including a "Wild" hair clip and jewel-embellished bobby pins. Although Clemons' race day accessories were light hearted, her journey to Tokyo has been anything but — in an Instagram post on Monday, the athlete reflected on the many "setbacks" and "disappointments" she's experienced over the course of her career. When you're feeling weary, remember me. When you're feeling forgotten, remember me. When you think you've hit your breaking point, remember me but mostly remember these words: The amount of love God has for you trumps the pain you feel and if you can just be patient not your type of patient but Gods type of patient , and allow God to build your CHARACTER, you will turn out to be the best you possible.
We definitely don't need an excuse to celebrate the awesomeness of red hair -- but just in case we do, today is the day. According to NationalDayCalendar. It's a noble cause -- and one that everyone can get behind, whether you have red hair or not. Full disclosure: our love for gingers runs deep. Real-life redheads like Julianne Moore and Nicole Kidman make us want to run to the salon and go crimson. Not only is their fiery hair swoon-worthy, but these folks have got the type of sass, success, and self-confidence to back up their standout looks. While they might not all be natural-born redheads, we still appreciate their ability to pull off a red-hot mane. Check 'em out and let us know if we've missed anyone in the comments section below. And we can't forgot our favorite resident redhead -- HuffPost executive food and lifestyle editor, Kristen Aiken.
This list includes people with natural red hair. Red or ginger hair may come in a variety of shades - from strawberry blond to auburn. Figures from the Bible such as Esau or Judas Iscariot or from classical mythology appear in the list, which however excludes characters from modern fiction such as Anne of Green Gables or Ginger Hebblethwaite. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. People with red hair. This list is incomplete ; you can help by adding missing items.