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Team USA Women’s Hockey Players Are Locked Out

It remains to be seen whether USA Hockey and the members of the US Women's National Team will patch up their differences which would...

WBSC Announce Broadcasting Rights Deals for Women’s Baseball World Cup

Broadcasting rights for the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) Women's Baseball World Cup have been awarded to companies in Asia, the Americas and Oceania. SBS,...

Kovács Seals Maiden World Modern Pentathlon Championships Title

Hungary’s Sarolta Kovács secured her maiden individual World Modern Pentathlon Championships crown as she edged record-breaking French swimmer Élodie Clouvel in a thrilling women’s...

American Star Vonn to Make Second Attempt to Compete Against Men

American Lindsey Vonn says she hopes to be given permission to compete against men at an International Ski Federation (FIS) event in 2018. According to...

NCAA to Relocate Championships From North Carolina for 2016-17

Based on the NCAA's commitment to fairness and inclusion, the Association will relocate all seven previously awarded championship events from North Carolina during the 2016-17...

Does Gender Matter When Coaching in the NFL?

It is believed that Dr. Jen Welter is the first female who will coach in the National Football League (NFL). She was hired by...

Hansen Praises “Bravery” of Stepanova on Eve of Her Participation in European Athletics Championships

Svein-Arne Hansen, President of European Athletics, has praised “the brave statements and actions” of Yulia Stepanova, who will compete here at the European Athletics...

Muhammad to become first American Olympian to compete wearing hijab at Rio 2016

Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad will make history at the Rio 2016 Olympics by becoming the first American athlete to compete at the Games wearing a...

Stepanova Finishes a Lonely and Injured Last in Amsterdam – but Refuses to Rule...

Yuliya Stepanova, already a lonely figure in athletics following her decision to whistleblow details of Russia’s doping activities, finished alone - and a distant...

2016 NCAA Woman of the Year Nominees Named

517 student-athletes will be considered for this year’s award June 21, 2016 2:00pm | By Meghan Durham NCAA member schools have nominated 517 student-athletes for the...

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