The interview with Helen Tau was conducted over email and has been lightly edited for clarity. HELEN TAU’S STORY: Honestly, I can’t remember a time when basketball was not a part of my life. I […]
Video originally published on the Player’s Tribune.
Campbell swam at Denison from 2013-2017 and currently lives in Chicago. The first time I learned (what at the time felt like) a really big lesson was when I wasn’t named captain my senior year […]
Leah Harding, Al Jazeera journalist on #AJNewsGrid, is currently training for a 90k Ultra Marathon across Qatar. That’s 56 miles through hot desert plains and salt flats. This endeavor is insane, incredible, and wildly impressive all at […]
Func Bod is on the quest to bring you sporty new hobby ideas.
Part. 1 of our ‘Ugh I Need a New Hobby’ series features Emily Lowman, who moved to California for work and picked up surfing. She shares how the sport has helped her connect with the community.
Every once in a while, the Internet makes you feel good. The mysterious social media algorithms finally get it right and serve you content other than face-tuned photos, ads of those shoes you just thought […]
Meg Stanley swam at Illinois Wesleyan University in the 2013-2017 seasons and was a National Champion in the 500 Yard Free. She now teaches 8th grade and is the head coach in a prominent summer […]
Drama usually makes for good sport, though the women’s U.S. Open final was derailed by the scene between Serena Williams and the umpire. As soon as news of Serena’s game penalty was blasted, tweets were […]
Photos by Hanna Jane Stradinger You know those women who carry themselves so beautifully that you see them and think she must be a dancer? Then you make a mental note to perfect your posture so you […]
Here’s a name you should know: Dana Baker. She just won a medal in javelin at the IAAF World U20 Championships, which is also known as the World Junior Championships. This would be an impressive feat […]