After two retirements and three children, International Tennis Hall-of-Famer Kim Clijsters is ready to compete on the world stage again.
Juggling motherhood and elite sports is a difficult task. These amazing moms moms have the uncanny ability to balance both.
“Life is so much bigger than sport, and life is meant to be full” says volleyball superstar, Kerri Walsh Jennings.
Boomer Esiason Foundation supports runner Abby Dwyer as she balances Cystic Fibrosis and Motherhood.
Calling herself a “momma on a mission,” Dana Vollmer secured an Olympic berth shortly after having a child.
Angela Ruch is breaking barriers in sport, proving to the male-dominated NASCAR world that women are not only here to stay, but to win–raising kids and running businesses while they’re at it.
Brittany Lincicome had a baby in July of 2019 and returned to the LPGA Tour with her baby girl in tow. She shared the challenge and rewards of balancing both.
Toddlers and tiaras? Nah, we like toddlers and training. These women might just be superhuman!
She paid her dues and is now the first Connecticut woman to be named the head coach of a high school football.