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Where does confidence come from? I’ve been asking myself that question for the past couple rounds of golf – let me explain why.

As you’ve figured out, I like to throw forehand/hammer. 830 more words

D’Tigress beat Mozambique 71-66 to qualify for today’s semifinal

Nigeria became the first team to advance to the ongoing AfroBasket Women 2015 Semi-Finals after beating Mozambique 71-66 in the first quarterfinals of the championship in Yaoundé, Cameroun yesterday. 246 more words


The Problem With Lolo Jones: Racism,Colorism, Sexism, and The Mass Marketing of Sports

These videos were found on Youtube under the channel Black Truth Forever. They explain why the media is obsessed with LoLo Jones.Lolo Jones was given an abnormal amount of media coverage during the Olympics. 500 more words


Angela McMahon agrees to five-year extension with UMass women's lacrosse

Massachusetts women’s lacrosse coach Angela McMahon agreed to a five-year contract extension Friday, per a UMass athletics press release.

McMahon has led the Minutewomen for the past five years and has compiled a 91-12 record in that span. 200 more words


The NWHL Finally Offers Women A (Paid) Hockey League Of Their Own

The “Like A Girl” commercial that ran during last year’s Super Bowl sparked a conversation about the abilities of women today, especially in regard to the world of sports. 944 more words

Personal best provides Amber Bowman with memorable victory

Having already won four consecutive national championships in the Firefighter Combat Challenge, Amber Bowman is one of the competition’s shining stars. One of the most underrated stars in sports, Bowman is a highly deserving sporting icon worthy of a bigger audience. 464 more words

Women's Sports

Give the WNBA its due

Last week, NBA commissioner Adam Silver made it clear he’s no apologist for women’s professional basketball (aka the WNBA). In remarks he made at a Sports Business Journal Game Changer conference, he said, “We’re not where we hoped it would be….We thought it would have broken through by now.” 859 more words

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