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Mediation and Decisions

I’ve been posting a lot about various elements and issues involved in the mediation process. Here’s something that just occurred to me, the need to make decisions. 612 more words

Jenny Bradley

USA and Japan, 3-3 Draw Before Sold Out Crowd in Colorado

COMMERCE CITY, Colorado (June 2, 2016) – The U.S. Women’s National Team fought back from an early 2-0 deficit to take a late lead only to see Japan score a late equalizer in a thrilling 3-3 draw before a sold out crowd of 18,572 fans at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. 687 more words

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“I worked on my weaknesses and made them my strengths.”

-Sydney Leroux

How many World Cups do women have to win to be paid equally?

Folks, it’s time we discuss women’s sports.

WAIT. Before you run away, I should tell you that this post will end with a beautiful picture of Alex Morgan. 727 more words

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Show me the money!

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The West Indies won both the men’s and women’s World Twenty20 cricket trophies over the weekend. The men took home $1.6 million in prize money, the women $100,000. 907 more words

Not Funny

U.S. Women's Soccer Team to File Equal Pay Complaint

Five members of the U.S. women’s national soccer team appeared on TODAY this morning to announce they’ve filed an unequal-pay complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on behalf of the entire team over how little they’re paid compared to the men’s national soccer team, even though they’ve won more games and been more profitable. 81 more words


Abby Wambach Plays In Final Match, Ending Her 17-Year Career

LOS ANGELES (AP/CBSLA.com) — The face of U.S. women’s soccer for the past decade since Mia Hamm retired, Abby Wambach insists she’s been at peace for a while now with her decision to make Wednesday night’s friendly against China in New Orleans her final international match. 825 more words