Some of the most iconic brands in the world are working to inspire women and girls to participate in sports and promote gender equality.
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.
Kate Nye started as a gymnast but ended up becoming the youngest American woman to win a world weightlifting championship title since 1994.
During this pandemic, athletes like Julie Ertz and Simone Biles are finding ways tohelp. Here are some athletes that are giving back in unique ways to support those who are in need.
A pioneer in women’s gaming, Steph Harvey holds her own in the sport.
How the National Guard helped one of the best athletes in America achieve Olympic glory.
Olympic weightlifter, Sarah Robles, is one of the most dominant in the history of the sport and has become a role model for young girls and women.
Women have become fixtures in boxing, in part due to the popularity of one fighter, who is also the daughter of the sport’s most famous figure.
Some of the most accomplished athletes on the planet share simple advice for young athletes.
Hall of fame hockey player with four Olympic medals is using her competitive background to excel in the male-dominated sports tech field.
From Katie Ledecky to Allyson Felix to Mary Lou Retton, many women became household names on the world’s biggest stage.
Toddlers and tiaras? Nah, we like toddlers and training. These women might just be superhuman!
Suzy Whaley knocked down many barriers to become the first female president in the storied history of the PGA of America.
Scout Bassett overcomes hardship to be an inspiration to those with disabilities.
There is a cultural myth that softball is for girls and baseball is just for boys. However, this is not the case. One player we interviewed is breaking barriers.
Former teenage track and field phenom Sydney McLaughlin sets her sights on the 2021 Olympics.
The sports-loving 15-year-old at Southold High School is making an impact on the lives of others even as she fights her own battle with cystic fibrosis.
Claire Gaston didn't set out to become a role model when she buckled up her chin strap to play football, but she became one to many young girls after drilling her first field goal for Mater Dei High School in Middletown, New Jersey. "If you want to play with the guys,...
The Tokyo Summer Olympics may have been postponed to 2021 but that doesn’t diminish the light that shines on these talented female athletes.
These 10 women are inspiring athletes that elevated their game higher than anyone else to become among the best female athletes of all time.
Allysa Seely had plenty of doubters on the way to winning gold, but she left them all in her rearview mirror.
After serving in Iraq, Anne McClain found rugby a crucial ingredient to her success at NASA.
Told she may never walk again, Army veteran Candice Caesar fights back to become an endurance athlete.
Paralyzed from a car accident, Tricia Downing accomplishes all of her sports dreams.
Shawn Morelli recovers from traumatic injuries suffered in a war to become an Olympic champion.
Kristine Lilly is one of the most decorated players in the history of US soccer. Sheis on a mission to help girls and women in sports.
Jennifer Schuble overcomes a brain injury and devastating disease to dominate the para-cycling world.
Peggy Johnson has a big job in the tech industry but still finds the time to run marathons across the world.
Rugby on the Rise, an Interview with Professional Rugby Player and Coach, Alycia Washington.
Gevvie Stone is an Olympic medalist who is also training to be an emergency room physician.
Whether she’s on the mound or hitting, Rachel Garcia of UCLA has excelled enough to be considered the best player in college softball.
Paralyzed from the hips down from polio, Minda Dentler battles through obstacles to make history in the toughest endurance event in sports.
Pat Gallant-Charette squares off against Father Time and some of the most challenging endurance swims in the world.
Kim Mulkey was part of Louisiana Tech for nearly 20 years, but when her loyalty wasn’t rewarded she found success elsewhere.
A love of football helped Hannah Gordon land an important role with the San Francisco 49ers.
Against all odds, Katie Sowers coaches in the NFL and has made history in the process.
An accident left Hanny Gavios without the full use of her legs, but that wasn’t enough to keep her from finishing the New York City Marathon.
Former NFL executive Johanna Faries is the first commissioner of the Call of Duty League.
After being paralyzed in a car accident, Candace Cable became a champion in sports.
A corporate attorney during the week, Amelia Boone turns into the most accomplished warrior on the weekends.
She paid her dues and is now the first Connecticut woman to be named the head coach of a high school football.
Facing constant racism, Althea Gibson triumphed in tennis and paved the way for other African-American players to succeed.
The global pandemic turned the WNBA Draft into a virtual one that became filled with history and nostalgia.