“And while I suffer no shame at any iteration of my flesh and bones, the changes in my body heralded to me a certain dissipation of my former self’s physical discipline, a discipline that […]
Lindsay Whalen will end her 15-year WNBA career with 322 wins, making her the league’s all-time win leader. She plans to return to her alma matter, the University of Minnesota, to coach this upcoming basketball […]
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 […]
Morgan Frazier, member of the University of Florida gymnastics team from 2013-2016, reminisces on athletic career highlights, chats about plans for the future and shares advice for young athletes.
Read her story on The Player's Tribune.
Look, I understand the need for “gender-based” leagues. I get why they exist. In sports, men have certain physical advantages over women. We have separate leagues so that women don’t have to compete against men for a chance to play the sports they love. That boundary keeps things fair. But it’s time we consider the women who beat the odds.
- Stephanie Labbé
Once a phenomenal forward for the U.S. Women’s Soccer team, Abby Wambach has a new goal: helping all women move forward. In her commencement address to the Barnard class of 2018, Wambach calls for women […]