Francis Ouimet did not marry a woman named Sarah. He married Stella Sullivan on Sept. 11, 1918. Francis and Stella Sullivan had two daughters, Janice and Barbara.Continue Reading
Francis Ouimet was an amateur golfer who won the U.S. Open in 1913. He was the first non-Briton elected to be captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.
Francis Ouimet had defeated Stella's brother John Sullivan in the first round of the Boston Interscholastic Championship nearly 10 years before Francis and Stella were married. Francis Ouimet and John Sullivan later became partners in a sporting goods business in Boston.Learn more about Athletes
Six-foot-eight women's basketball superstar Brittney Griner is a woman. Her aggressive style of play and physical dominance of the sport, however, have drawn comparisons to the male post players of the sport.Full Answer >
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