Title IX Isn’t Perfect but the Civil Rights Law Works

Two days ago, the United States celebrated the 45th anniversary of one of the major components of the civil rights movement, the Patsy T. Mink...

It’s Time to Stop Feeding into the Sharapova Wildcard Debate

The week of April 17 had been a spectacularly noisy one in the world of tennis. Did Serena Williams snapchat her pregnancy, despite just winning...

Jordan, Iran Make History With Rio 2016 Taekwondo Medals

Congratulating Jordan on winning its first ever Olympic medal and Iran on winning its first ever female Olympic medal, Chungwon Choue, President of the...

Beth Mowins First Woman to Call Monday Night Football Game

In the sporting world, there is an interesting story developing in that a commentator named Beth Mowins has been scheduled to provide play-by-play services...

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...

South Korea’s Chun Wins Evian Championship With Record Breaking Performance

South Korea's Chun In-gee produced a record breaking round to clinch The Evian Championship title and with it a second major crown. The 22-year-old was...

British Paralympic Star Dame Sarah Storey Among Four Elected to IPC Athletes’ Council

Britain's 14-time Paralympic gold medalist Dame Sarah Storey is one of four athletes to have been elected to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletes’...

Data May Mean Return to Treatment for Hyperandrogenic Athletes Such as Semenya

Caster Semenya and other athletes with naturally high levels of testosterone may need to return to taking suppressant medication after a new study has...

FIVB Claims ‘Small Positive Steps’ Made in Iran as Governing Body Reiterates Opposition to...

The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) has claimed they have been greatly encouraged by the "small positive steps" taken in recent months to allow women...

Puig Wins Women’s Singles Tennis Tournament to Claim Puerto Rico’s First Olympic Gold

Monica Puig became the first athlete from Puerto Rico to win an Olympic Games gold medal after beating world number two Angelique Kerber of...

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