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For the first time ever, according to a national Olympic official, Brunei will send a female athlete to the Olympic Games — the young hurdler and 400-meter runner Maziah Mahusin. And Saudi Arabia appears set to do the same

It's hard to believe this is the year 2012 and there are still countries on the planet that have forbidden women from competing in the Olympics. You know, like that's something that still happens. But it's unfortunately true,

The Summer Olympics in London could be a watershed event for international sports as every participating nation is expected to field at least one female athlete, including three Muslim countries — Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Brunei — that have previously

For the first time ever, according to a national Olympic official, Brunei will send a female athlete to the Olympic Games — the young hurdler and 400-meter runner Maziah Mahusin. And Saudi Arabia appears set to do the same

The Summer Olympics in London could be a watershed event for international sports as every participating nation is expected to field at least one female athlete, including three Muslim countries — Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Brunei — that have previously