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Volleyball was invented by William G. Morgan in 1895 and was originally called “mintonette.” The first official women’s volleyball match was played in Holyoke, Massachusetts in 1896. The first women’s volleyball tournament was held in 1949, and the first Women’s World Championship was held in 1952. The sport has been included in the Olympics since 1964, with the Soviet Union winning the first gold medal in the women’s tournament. The United States has also been successful in international competitions, winning multiple Olympic and World Championship medals. Women’s volleyball has grown in popularity around the world, with many countries fielding competitive teams.
In the early years, softball was primarily played by women and girls, and it was considered a “gentler” version of baseball that was more appropriate for women to play. During the 1930s and 1940s, softball gained more popularity as a form of recreational activity and as a way for women to stay active and engaged.
In the 1940s, the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League was formed in the United States, providing an opportunity for women to play baseball professionally. This league was featured in the movie A League of Their Own.
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