We asked several sports megastars what the words GoodSport means to them. Not surprisingly, their answers are as inspiring as their journeys.
Danielle O’Toole may have to wait to fulfill her dream of playing in the Olympics, but the former college star is improving her game at the professional level.
Sis Bates is a defensive wizard who has turned the college softball world into her own personal stage to show off her greatness.
“There are a lot of lessons to be learned from playing sports. Teamwork, leadership, winning, losing, competition – all elements of the workplace, especially in the professional sports world.”
Professional basketball player, Elena Delle Donne, is a superstar who exudes greatness in everything she does.
Several high-profile athletes are using the extra time created by the national lockdown for self-assessment and improvement.
Dr. Tricia DeLaMora, a pediatrician, has spent her entire career helping others but one of her most important medical moments came unexpectedly during a grueling triathlon.
We all know siblings have rivalries in sports. These siblings push each other to excel and are each other’s biggest fans.
EVERYBODY knows about Venus and Serena but there are many other super sisters in sports. Here are some that you may not have heard of.
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.
Abbey D’Agostino didn’t win a medal but earned global respect for an amazing act
You might not have heard these names before, but watch out. These women are fearless and dominating their sport.
Neile Ivey will return home and replace the legendary Muffet McGraw as coach of Notre Dame women’s basketball.
Boomer Esiason Foundation supports runner Abby Dwyer as she balances Cystic Fibrosis and Motherhood.
LPGA golfer Stacy Lewis won The Cambia Portland Classic and donated her entire paycheck to Houston recovery efforts in the wake of the destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Top performers in every walk of life share one trait, confidence. Here are some words of wisdom from sports legends of yesterday and today.
Ronda Rousey is long gone but some amazing women are mixing up the mixed martial arts world.
There has been much talk lately about women competing for positions in traditionally male sports. Will it happen? Logic is on the side of yes.
Calling herself a “momma on a mission,” Dana Vollmer secured an Olympic berth shortly after having a child.
These are some amazing women who absolutely dominated at the collegiate level.
Winning is the first priority for any NCAA or NFL football team, and the sports community at large is starting to realize that women can add to the equation.
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.
Basketball legend Sue Bird missed all of the 2019 WNBA season due to injury. Now, she has her sights set on another comeback.
Are you a sports fan seeking more from the male-dominated world of sports? Here are some great alternatives.
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.
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.
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.
Athletes devote so much time to training and to their season, they need to find different ways to unwind. Here are a few ways to do so.
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.
These 10 women are inspiring athletes that elevated their game higher than anyone else to become among the best female athletes of all time.
Whether she’s on the mound or hitting, Rachel Garcia of UCLA has excelled enough to be considered the best player in college softball.
Kim Mulkey was part of Louisiana Tech for nearly 20 years, but when her loyalty wasn’t rewarded she found success elsewhere.
Against all odds, Katie Sowers coaches in the NFL and has made history in the process.
She paid her dues and is now the first Connecticut woman to be named the head coach of a high school football.
Bethany Hamilton is known as the Soul Surfer for a reason. She has overcome more obstacles than most athletes; her biggest being the survival of a shark attack at the age of thirteen. She lost one of her arms in the attack, but that has not stopped her from achieving her goal.