Stories

Jillian Mele: 'If it wasn't hard, everyone would do it'
Jillian Mele discsses the difficulties being an aspiring female anchor in this edition of TOMBOY.
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How Billie Jean King made me realize my dream
Rachel Micali discusses how living legend Billie Jean King made her realize her dream.
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#YesAllWomen in sports
NBC Sports' Tess Quinlan discusses "The Quiz" women in sports media are subjected to by their male peers.
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Abby Chin, Comcast SportsNet New England
'Why would the boys be treated any differently than the girls?'
I grew up playing sports and never realized how lucky I was until I asked my grandmother what sports she played in school.
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Dei Lynam: Cherishing the stories I've told and the stories I'll continue to tell
Dei Lynam discusses her journey to achieving her dream of working in sports broadcasting.
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Trenni Kusnierek: It's time to change long-held perceptions and beliefs
While the name-calling many women receive online is abhorrent, the real problem is rooted in something much more complex -- tradition. By Trenni Kusnierek
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Dionne Miller
Q & A with ABC 7 Chicago anchor Dionne Miller
ABC 7 Chicago anchor Dionne Miller shares her journey in sports broadcasting. 
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A Q & A with Siera Santos
A Q & A with CSN Chicago's Siera Santos.
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Sarah Baicker, Mo'ne Davis
Sarah Baicker: I don't skate like a man, just a darn good woman
CSNPhilly's Sarah Baicker says she doesn't skate like a man, but like a darn good woman. The "tomboy" label needs to take a hike. 
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Leila Rahimi discusses her ups and downs as a sports anchor
CSN Chicago anchor Leila Rahimi discusses her ups and downs as a sports anchor.
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Having people to turn to
CSN Sixers Insider Jessica Camerato shares about her path in journalism and the support she's had along the way.
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One of the boys
When my daughter Sasha dribbled a ground ball during baseball (yes baseball) tryouts, it might as well have been a home run. Here's why. 
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Women in sports are not unicorns
Believe it or not, there are women who know sports and have played sports. Kelli Johnson explains. 
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Molly Sullivan: Path to making it as a woman in male-dominated NBA
Sixers sideline reporter Molly Sullivan recaps her journey from collegiate swimmer into the male-dominated field of the NBA. 
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Women Sports Day, Capitol Hill, Olympians, Olympics,
Olympians gather on Capitol Hill for Women in Sports Day
Olympians and leaders in the sports community are celebrating the 31st annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
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Tomboy on CSN debuts March 13
Here's the programming schedule for Tomboy on CSN.
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The boy my dad never had
CSN Bay Area's Fallon Smith talks about the diversity she went through entering a sports media industry dominated by men.
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Lori Blades, Girls softball, Women's softball, tomboy csn
The role direct communication plays in growth of female athletes
I think an overlooked attribute girls develop from playing sports is how to communicate.
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She’s a Girl! So What?
This article summarizes one athlete’s struggle to understand the discrimination against her.
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BEYOND X’S AND O’S
Beyond X’s & O’s is the largest ever nationally representative survey of female and male coaches of women’s college sports.
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The Decade of Decline
“The Decade of Decline: Gender Equity in High School Sports” analyzes data from the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Data Collection on girls’ and boys’ high school athletic opportunit
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Title IX at 40
Title IX has provided women and advocates of female sport participation with a legal tool to advance opportunity.
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About TOMBOY
We present TOMBOY, an unadulterated account heard through the voices of many of the world’s most prominent female athletes, broadcasters and sports executives.
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TOMBOY, Elevating the conversation about gender in sports and beyond.
TOMBOY, a documentary elevating the conversation about gender in sports, debuts in March.

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CSN is proud to present TOMBOY, an unadulterated account heard through the voices of many of the world’s most prominent female athletes, broadcasters and sports executives.