The Gay Games Provide A Safe Haven For LGBTQ+ Athletes Everywhere
The Gay Games was created in San Francisco 1982 and since its debut, its mission still stands strong: providing equality in sports for LGBTQ+ athletes.
This Young Surfer Is On A Mission To Spread Aloha And Hawaiian Culture Everywhere She Goes
At 17 years old, Pua DeSoto, a young Hawaiian surfer, is ready to represent native Hawaiians at the highest level.
‘Being An Athlete Was A Huge Part Of My Identity’: Mel Muller Embraces Her Journey Through Active Duty, Medical School, And The Navy Triathlon Team
Mel Muller always knew she wanted to serve her country and get into medicine, and fortunately for her, the golden opportunity was just around the corner.
The Jamad Training Camps Paves A Path To Professional Basketball
The Jamad Training Camps is a non-profit effort to help train high school girls and create a shorter path to their basketball dreams.
How Jamad Fiin Went From Shooting Hoops At The Park In Boston To Being A Viral Sensation
Jamad Fiin was just like any other kid; shooting hoops on the courts in her neighborhood. Now, Finn has not only made a name for herself but she has also who won the support of Drake, Puma, and the Somali Muslim community.
Emma Coburn Reflects on the Historic Prefontaine Classic
American bronze medalist and 9x U.S. Champion middle distance runner Emma Coburn has been competing in the Diamond League for years, but no event is as historic as the Prefontaine Classic.
The Kentucky Derby: An Unknown Pioneer For Women In Sports
The Kentucky Derby is one of the most famous horse racing events in the world, but the female representation in the jockey community is small. As it grows, it is important to remember the pioneers of the sport.
From Writing Headlines To Becoming The Story: Jemele Hill And Cari Champion Leave Behind The World Of Unbiased Reporting To Speak Their Truth On Full Blast
Jemele Hill and Cari Champion are two sportscasters who are well known for the roles they play outside of the office. As the two come together for their new show, Hill and Champion reflect on their impact in society, social justice, and sports television.
Kelley O’Hara: The Champion For Women’s Sports Podcasting
Two years ago, USWNT’s Kelley O’Hara and Just Women’s Sports launched a podcast to talk to prominent female athletes. The series has grown and evolved into “The Players’ Pod”, a series of conversations with some of the best athletes, coaches, and business people in the women's sports industry.
As War Continues In Ukraine, Oksana Masters Reflects On Her Birth Country
Oksana Masters, one of the best Paralympic athletes, was adopted from Ukraine as a child. As her native country continues to fight against oppression, Masters reflects on competition as a Ukrainian-American.
Cinderella Stories In The Making: Welcome To March Madness’ Super Sweet 16
With the first two rounds out of the way, the Sweet 16 is here and there is a lot to watch.
Meet The Steph Curry Of College Basketball: Caitlin Clark
Young college basketball star Caitlin Clark has captivated basketball fans all season. After a breakout freshman year where she led the nation in scoring, Clark looks to add more hardware to her collection after a fantastic 2021-2022 season.
The Surfing “Princess”; Moana Jones Wong’s First Professional Victory After A Multi-Year Gap
Moana Jones Wong took a multi-year break from surfing professionally, but she made her new debut in February 2022 at the first Female Championship Pipeline Contest, and won.
The Rise Of Snowboarding Superstar Chloe Kim
The world fell in love with young snowboarding phenom Chloe Kim following the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and she is a favorite to bring home gold once more for Team USA at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games. Here is a breakdown of how Kim has adjusted to life as a celebrity and how she’s competed leading up to the winter Olympics.