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People.com: Anna Kournikova: 'Marriage Isn't Important to Me'updated: Tue Oct 11 2011 08:08:00

"I believe in commitment," the newest Biggest Loser trainer, who also "loves taking care of people," says

People.com: Biggest Loser's Johnny Forger Blames Weight Gain on Too Much Advilupdated: Tue Oct 04 2011 09:48:00

The grandfather, 66, says he was taking "eight or ten a day" of the painkillers before clocking a 2-lb. gain

People.com: Anna Kournikova Trades Pro Tennis for Biggest Loser Trainingupdated: Wed Sep 28 2011 06:48:00

The former No. 1 in women's doubles is now a full-time personal trainer

People.com: Anna Kournikova Will Join The Biggest Loserupdated: Wed May 25 2011 10:11:00

The tennis star will replace trainer Jillian Michaels, who is leaving the show

People.com: Anna Kournikova's Miami Mansion for Sale for $9.4 millionupdated: Sat May 14 2011 13:09:00

The waterfront home has seven bedrooms, a sauna and a guest house - but no tennis court

Kournikova and Hingis back together at Wimbledonupdated: Wed May 05 2010 13:29:00

Martina Hingis and Anna Kournikova will team up again to play at this year's Wimbledon championships.

Nadal stars in Shakira videoupdated: Tue Mar 23 2010 07:22:00

Tennis ace Rafael Nadal pairs up with pop singer Shakira for her latest music video titled "Gypsy".

People.com: Mother of Tennis Star Anna Kournikova Arrestedupdated: Wed Jan 20 2010 16:09:00

Alla Kournikova, 46, was charged with neglecting her 5-year-old son

People.com: BUZZ: Are Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova Finally Getting Engaged?updated: Thu Sep 24 2009 22:07:00

The couple spark new rumors of a wedding after being spotted at a high-end jewelry shop in Paris

SI.com: Bryan Armen Graham: Clijsters hopes to spark WTA tour with comebackupdated: Tue Jul 21 2009 17:34:00

There was a time in the not-too-distant past when the popularity of the WTA Tour rivaled its men's counterpart, when stars like the then-up-and-coming Williams sisters held court with Martina Hingis, Lindsay Davenport, Jennifer Capriati, Monica Seles, Justine Henin, Mary Pierce and, yes, Anna Kournikova.

People.com: Anna Kournikova Injured in Shoving Matchupdated: Tue Jun 30 2009 16:48:00

"Anna looked really shaken up," said an eyewitness to the scuffle in Vegas

SI.com: Jon Wertheim: Marketing the Williams sisters, Dementieva's status and "showboating"updated: Tue Sep 02 2008 18:15:00

I heard you talking on television about Venus and Serena playing each other so early in the tournament. You stated that the draws could not be rigged. My question is, Why not? Simply putting them on other sides of the draw would not give either an unfair advantage. It would just mean they wouldn't meet until the final, which would be better for the whole sport. -- Monty, Toronto

People.com: No Botox, Boob Job or Baby for Anna Kournikovaupdated: Fri Jul 11 2008 11:16:00

The former tennis phenom enjoys being out of the limelight – and with Enrique Iglesias

SI.com: L. Jon Wertheim: Anna Kournikova, All Grown-upupdated: Thu Jul 10 2008 12:26:00

It's 1998 and I'm trying to interview Anna Kournikova. It's a bit like attempting to secure an audience with a world leader, which, Kournikova's handlers would have you believe, she is. Billed as "the most downloaded female on the planet," Kournikova is flanked by a battalion of handlers, agents, managers and other assorted obstructionists.

People.com: Enrique Iglesias Trying to Marry Anna Kournikovaupdated: Sun Apr 20 2008 16:04:00

"She pays me no attention," the singer tells reporters of his attempts to wed the tennis pro

People.com: 'I'm Never Getting Married,' Says Anna Kournikovaupdated: Tue Apr 15 2008 13:45:00

The tennis star congratulates Andy Roddick, but doesn't want the same for herself

People.com: Anna Kournikova: 'I Feel Great When I Sweat'updated: Sun Mar 16 2008 11:43:00

The tennis star says she likes to "get all the negative energy out" when she exercises

SI.com: The Monday Awards: Wie the next Kournikova? Georgia school needs studentsupdated: Mon Jul 02 2007 00:29:00

Welcome to this week's edition of the Monday Awards, where ESPN has packed Dick Vitale back up in a box until late October and it's unclear why Knick fans are excited about Zach "I won't get into any trouble in NYC" Randolph.

SI.com: Arash Markazi: Brand, Kournikova, Leinart, LT open up at charity eventupdated: Wed Jun 06 2007 03:54:00

Elton Brand looked at the stack of envelopes that were handed to me, took one and passed the rest over to the other invited guests sitting at our table inside the swanky ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza for the 22nd annual Cedars-Sinai Sports Spectacular.

People.com: Enrique Iglesias Only Joking About Anna Kournikova 'Divorce'updated: Wed May 30 2007 19:33:00

Lost in translation? Enrique Iglesias sparked a slew of breakup rumors when he told Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that he and Anna Kournikova had been secretly married - and were now divorced.

CNNMoney: Kournikova on wheelsupdated: Wed May 23 2007 10:54:00

Danica Patrick is set to start her third Indianapolis 500 this Sunday in the third row. But she'll still be far ahead of the other drivers in the race in one important way: marketability.

SI.com: Sex sells? Not so fastupdated: Wed May 09 2007 15:38:00

Sex doesn't sell.

SI.com: The 10 Spot: March 23, 2007updated: Fri Mar 23 2007 09:58:00

The gas grill that Manny Ramirez now says was a friend's is no longer for sale on eBay. But that got us here at the 10 Spot thinking. Here are some eBay auctions that we'd like to see.

Maria Sharapova updated: Mon Oct 10 2005 11:32:00

Maria Sharapova was a promising 16-year-old phenom in 2003 when TIME magazine picked her as "Who's Next" in tennis. After making it that year to the fourth round in her first appearance at Wimbledon, the 6-foot-tall, attractive, blond Russian was instantly compared to Anna Kournikova.

What's Next?updated: Mon Oct 10 2005 10:50:00

Speculating on how we're going to be living in 2020 is best left to the futurists and to science fiction; instead, TIME's "What's Next?" feature offers a sneak peak at the technologies that are just around the corner, and at the trends, events and people that will matter in 2006. And it explores how some of America's finest minds contemplate and plan for the immediate future.

CNNMoney: Have lunch with Halle Berryupdated: Thu Jun 23 2005 09:26:00

How would you like to be present on the set of hit TV show "Lost"? Or take a limo ride with Morgan Freeman? I know many of you, given the opportunity, would dine with Halle Berry.

Famous Roostersupdated: Tue Feb 08 2005 21:01:00

The following people were born in the Year of the Rooster:

CNNMoney: Maria Mania: no stopping her nowupdated: Fri Aug 27 2004 09:42:00

Maria Mania has gripped the world of tennis this summer, just as Wimbledon champ Maria Sharapova has played more like the raw 17-year old she still is.

CNNMoney: A Kournikova who winsupdated: Fri Jul 02 2004 12:33:00

Up-and-coming tennis star Maria Sharapova is beautiful and well spoken.

Fortune: Noble Fiber Technologies TEXTILESupdated: Mon May 17 2004 00:01:00

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CNNMoney: Finding boxing's "Kournikovas"updated: Fri May 14 2004 10:06:00

Boxing is a bruised and battered sport. But it is about to get its best exposure since the first "Rocky" movie: both Fox and NBC plan new boxing-themed reality programs next season.

Business 2.0: Sell on Wheels The Tarmac may be the best bike on the planet. But manufacturer Specialized hopes it'll perform updated: Sat May 01 2004 00:01:00

Sometimes having it all can be a burden. That's not to suggest that the bike you see above is, on its own merits, a heavy cross to bear. The Tarmac, from Specialized Bicycles, is a wondrous racing ...

FSB: Hot Ticket Sold out? So what? Sports tour operators can get you great seats for big games in any sport you want (and maybe even updated: Thu May 01 2003 00:01:00

I'm worried about Michael. In fact, all I can think about is Michael Jordan and his deeply bruised right thigh. I wonder if the trainer is taking good care of him. I wonder if he's been stretching ...

Money Magazine: Our Upside-Down World Professional investors are not what they used to be--but then neither are we.updated: Sat Dec 01 2001 00:01:00

The small investor is a jittery kind of guy. One whiff of market trouble and he's ready to dump the safest of blue-chip stocks. The professional, by contrast, is a cool hand. Drawing on deep knowle...

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