Slayings raise alarms for women who practice sports alone

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Slayings raise alarms for women who practice sports alone

Death of Iowa State golfer brings calls for awareness
An early morning runner is silhouetted against the rising sun at the Tidal Basin in Washington in July, 2017. Recent killings of women who were attacked while engaged in the sports they love have raised questions about how women can defend themselves and why they must be ready to fight off attackers in the first place.
In this Sept. 7, 2017 file photo provided by Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, golfer Celia Barquin Arozamena poses for a photo. The former ISU golfer was found stabbed to death Monday, while golfing at a golf course in Ames. Recent killings of women who were attacked while engaged in the sports they love have raised questions about how women can defend themselves and why they must be ready to fight off attackers in the first place.

Slayings raise alarms for women who practice sports alone

An early morning runner is silhouetted against the rising sun at the Tidal Basin in Washington in July, 2017. Recent killings of women who were attacked while engaged in the sports they love have raised questions about how women can defend themselves and why they must be ready to fight off attackers in the first place.
In this Sept. 7, 2017 file photo provided by Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, golfer Celia Barquin Arozamena poses for a photo. The former ISU golfer was found stabbed to death Monday, while golfing at a golf course in Ames. Recent killings of women who were attacked while engaged in the sports they love have raised questions about how women can defend themselves and why they must be ready to fight off attackers in the first place.
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