What the Global Community Can Learn from Korea’s Olympic Unification

In the midst of a “my nuclear button is bigger than yours” competition between the President of the United States and the North Korean Supreme Leader, the Unified Korean Women’s Hockey team is exactly the type of “sports diplomacy” the world needs right now.

We Heart: The Women Athletes Getting Political in PyeongChang

Sports and politics have long been intertwined. With the 2018 Winter Olympics in full swing, athletes—especially female athletes—are speaking out.

Saudi Women and Girls Can Now Play Sports in Public Schools

Saudi Arabia has lifted its ban on sports for women and girls in public schools, increasing important access to physical activity in a country with stringent limitations placed on women.

NEWSFLASH: U.S. Women’s Hockey Players Scored An Equitable Wage Agreement

“We are simply asking USA Hockey to comply with the law.”

Negotiating Safety: Healing Through a Contact Sport

There are so many ways that people negotiate the world—but being hit on a regular basis tends to be far from the expected norm.

Time Out: Who Carries The Ball for Women’s Equality in Sports Media?

It is time for the sports world to embrace women with talent and knowledge as fans and personalities.

Strong is the New Pretty

In a time of fear and cynicism, it’s easy to feel powerless. But we could do this one thing—we could watch and hope, listen to the anthems, celebrate the warriors.

10 Women Who Made Olympic History in Rio

65 new Olympic and 19 world records set at the 2016 Games. Many of those new records – as well as some Olympic firsts — were achieved by women.

Claressa Shields is Another Olympian Breaking Boundaries for Women and Girls

Women’s boxing will not even be televised on most channels, and fans have to find the matches online. But this stigma won’t stop Shields. After all, she is a fighter.

Seeing Women Slay Matters

Women’s victories, in Rio and in U.S. politics, have elicited at least one shared reaction—that they will inspire future generations of women and girls to compete. But does—and will—it work?

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