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The Vibes Were Immaculate at the First-Ever All-Women Ironman World Championships
As the sun rose over the Island of Hawaii on Oct. 14, more than 2,000 women triathletes splashed into Kailua Bay to begin the 2023 Ironman VinFast World Championships.
The Women's World Cup Was Just the Beginning of Decolonizing Soccer
As the ninth FIFA Women's World Cup comes to a close on Aug. 20, I find myself reflecting on all the impactful moments since the 1991 inception.
The USWNT Have to Split Their $3 Million World Cup Earnings With the USMNT; Here's Why
The US Women's National Team (USWNT) may not be taking home the trophy at the 2023 FIFA World Cup, but they did make history in another way.
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Growing Up in the 2000s, Slut-Shaming Was Normal; Now, We're Rewriting That Reality
Content warning: This article contains descriptions of sexual assault.
Why Everyone Is Talking About America Ferrera's Incredible "Barbie" Monologue
Why We Still Need to Fight For the Equal Rights Amendment, 100 Years Later
This year marks 100 years since the introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment and half a century since it passed in Congress.
The USWNT Already Earned Their Biggest Win of the Year — Over Equal Pay, Not Soccer
On July 12, just about a week before the US Women's National Team take the field at the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, they received an award for their work off the pitch.
The Moment This Former Nike Exec Realized Workplace Bullying Was Just Too Much
In "Walk Away to Win," former Nike executive Megan Carle talks about the "undiscussable" at work: workplace bullying.
The Inspiring Way Top Surfers Are Honoring Women Athletes For International Women's Day
Every year, since 2009, the best surfers in the world descend upon the tiny fishing town of Peniche, Portugal, for the MEO Portugal Pro.
Is Self-Care Culture a "Third Shift" For Already Overburdened Women?
I have a bone to pick with self-care.
Here's What Went Wrong During UofSC's Viral Title IX Celebration — and Why It Matters
On Saturday, during a football game against the Georgia Bulldogs, the University of South Carolina attempted to celebrate women's athletics — but it didn't go as planned.
Why the First Women's Tour de France in 33 Years Is a Bittersweet Victory
When Marianne Martin won the first women's Tour de France Féminin in 1984, it seemed that women's cycling had a bright future.
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