Teresa Vaill

Athletics (sport) competitor Teresa Vaill

Teresa Vaill, is a female racewalker from the United States. She was born in Torrington, Connecticut. Vaill set her personal best in the women's 20 km race walk event on April 1, 2001 at a meet in Manassas, Virginia.
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Theresa Vail pleads guilty in Alaska bear hunting case
Fox News - about 2 years
A former beauty queen who hosted an adventure TV show has pleaded guilty to killing an Alaska grizzly bear without a state tag.
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Theresa Vail 'deeply sorry' for illegal bear hunt
Fox News - about 2 years
Backlash over bear shooting
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Theresa Vail talks new show on the Outdoor Channel
Fox News - about 3 years
A look at 'Limitless with Theresa Vail'
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Miss Kansas Theresa Vail weighs in on suggestion to use 'ugly' female soldiers for Army publicity
Fox News - over 4 years
Beauty queen Theresa Vail, a sergeant in the Army National Guard, weighed in on comments made this week by a female Army colonel at Fort Leavenworth who said another female was too pretty to appear in Army publicity photos.
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Post-Pageant: What's 'America's Choice' Doing Now?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
It's been just over a month since Theresa Vail, Miss Kansas, Sgt. Vail, the only Miss America contestant in the military, won the "America's Choice" vote-of-the-people at the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City. It was the first time ever that a small state won the America's Choice as it has consistently gone to larger population states. The honor has had a big impact on Vail's schedule and types of appearances. Usually limited to home state venues, Miss Kansas has been invited to speak and appear nationally. She's in Georgia this week at a Veteran's Defend Your Freedom tour, next week in Kentucky, the following week in... Because of her personal disclosures about being bullied as a child, she is in particular demand as a speaker to schools and kids on bullying. And she has to juggle all the out-of-state with her home state responsibilities. "Any idea I had that life would be calmer after the pageant? That's not happening. I'm busier than I ever thought I could be," Theresa ...
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Miss Kansas breaks stereotypes in Miss America competition
Fox News - over 4 years
Theresa Vail on 'America's Newsroom'
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Tattoo waiting periods: Protecting us from ourselves?
The American - over 4 years
Just as Theresa Vail – the tattooed Miss Kansas – made the top 10 in the Miss America pageant, the District of Columbia’s Health Department proposed a 24-hour waiting period for tattoos and body piercings. According to a Health Department spokesperson, “We’re making sure when that decision is made that you’re in the right frame of mind, and you don’t wake up in the morning saying, ‘Oh my God, what happened?’” Traditionally, economists have argued that individual choices should be restricted only when they impose spillover benefits or costs on others. For example, a factory that pollutes the air imposes a cost on individuals who prefer to breathe clean air. Parents who vaccinate their children help reduce the spread of disease. That’s why it may make sense to impose restrictions on pollution and to mandate vaccinations. This argument might justify health and safety standards for tattoos and piercings. But it’s not clear how spur-of-the-moment body art – as long as it’s done with cl...
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Miss America's Evolving Looks Spark Racist Tweets
Wall Street Journal - over 4 years
At this year's Miss America pageant, eyebrows were raised when Theresa Vail, Miss Kansas, was the first contestant with a visible tattoo. Then, the pageant's first Indian American winner was the target of racist comments. WSJ's Denise Blostein reports. Photo: Associated Press
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Beauty queen's tattoo causes a stir
CNN - over 4 years
Miss Kansas, Theresa Vail, flaunts her side tattoo during the 2014 Miss America contest.
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Nina Davuluri, Miss New York, Calls Miss America Mallory Hagan "Fat as F--k"
The Hollywood Gossip - over 4 years
Miss New York Nina Davuluri is under fire after she was reportedly caught on tape calling the reigning Miss America, Mallory Hagan, fat as ... expletive. According to Page Six, another beauty queen recorded Davuluri blasting Hagan, who was Miss New York a year ago before winning the Miss America crown. Nina Davuluri allegedly made the comments in a hotel room after being named the Empire State's top beauty pageant queen on July 16 on Staten Island. "Davuluri invited friends back to her hotel room after her win," a source said. "A girl in the next room overheard the conversation, and was so offended she decided to tape it. A friend of Davuluri's was supposedly heard making racist remarks." "Davuluri is allegedly heard on the tape blasting Miss America, ‘Mallory's fat as f--k.' The [tape] has been making the rounds of pageant contestants and officials." The source adds that Davuluri's attacks on Mallory Hagan "were brought to the board of the Miss Americ...
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Video: Miss Kansas: Being Miss America requires same traits as a good solider
CBS News - over 4 years
Miss Kansas, Theresa Vail, is creating a stir at the Miss America pageant for her tattoos and military background. The 22-year-old senior at Kansas State University is a member of the Army National Guard who wants to become a military dentist.
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Miss Kansas Theresa Vail: Tattooed Soldier, Opera Singer Breaks Miss America Stereotypes
Yahoo News - over 4 years
Theresa Vail, 22, Hopes to 'Inspire People' by Showing Her Ink
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Teresa Vaill
  • 2001
    Age 38
    Vaill set her personal best in the women's 20 km race walk event (1:33:23) on April 1, 2001 at a meet in Manassas, Virginia.
  • 1962
    Born in 1962.
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