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Roque, Coyne Schofield lead Minnesota to PWHPA win (video)
With Minnesota leading 3-0, the PWHPA's showcase-style scoring system became the story of the final minutes of the third period.
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Women’s Sports on NBC in March 2021
As Women's History Month gets underway, here's a look at all of the women's sports coverage on NBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel, and Golf Channel this month.
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With no examples to cite, promoters of anti-trans bills stand by discriminatory policies
Legislators in more than 20 states have introduced bills that would ban transgender girls from competing on girls’ sports teams.
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Before her first meet in a year, Simone Manuel reflects on how her own story is told
Ahead of the 2021 TYR Pro Swim Series in San Antonio, Simone Manuel reflects on the way her story has been told since she won gold in Rio.
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The important difference between being called ‘inspirational’ and actually inspiring others
Ahead of the release of her memoir "Limitless," Paralympian Mallory Weggemann spoke about the difference between called inspirational and inspiring others.
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Morgan, Bird, Manuel and Kim team up to launch TOGETHXR
Coverage of women's sports on televised news and highlights shows declined over a 25-year period with women's sports receiving only 3.2% of coverage in 2014.
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Chiles wins 2021 Winter Cup, Hernandez makes competitive return (video)
The 2021 Winter Cup provided a reminder of just how hard it will be to make the U.S. womens gymnastics team for the Tokyo Olympics.
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In the only Olympic sport not open to women, Tara Geraghty-Moats perseveres
There's only one Olympic sport not open to women: nordic combined. Ahead of the 2021 World Championships, American Tara Geraghty-Moats is the favorite.
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Atlanta Dream: Loeffler is out, Montgomery part of new ownership group
Two-time WNBA champion Renee Montgomery played her last two seasons with the Atlanta Dream. She is the first former player to become a WNBA team owner.
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USWNT wins 2021 SheBelieves Cup
Rose Lavelle was named 2021 SheBelieves MVP, an award she appeared surprised to win. "It's always nice to be recognized, but I think there were other players who deserved it more."
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Swimmer Jessica Long hopes to make fifth – but not last – Paralympic appearance in Tokyo
As a leap year baby, Paralympic swimmer Jessica Long's birthday - February 29 - technically only comes around once every four years.
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Overcoming inequity in women’s hockey, explained by Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux
2018 Olympic gold medalists Monique Lamoureux-Morando and Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson detail the inequities they experienced in hockey and how they fought for a better future for women’s hockey.
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Jessie Diggins on body image education, why sports journalism needs more women
Olympic gold medalist Jessie Diggins writes about a question she was asked after winning the 10km freestyle at the World Cup stop in Falun, Sweden.
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USWNT defeats Brazil at 2021 SheBelieves Cup
A fourth SheBelieves trophy is within reach for the U.S. women’s national soccer team (USWNT). On Sunday afternoon, the U.S. defeated Brazil 2-0 to take the lead in the 2021 SheBelieves standings. The...
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2021 SheBelieves Cup Schedule
The 2021 SheBelieves Cup, an annual women's soccer tournament hosted by United States, will be held from February 18-24 in Orlando, Florida. 
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Despite snapped slalom streak, Mikaela Shiffrin leaves 2021 Worlds with career-best haul
Mikaela Shiffrin entered 2021 World Championships as the four-time defending champion in the women's slalom.
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USWNT wins first game of 2021 SheBelieves Cup, defeats Canada 1-0
The 2021 SheBelieves Cup got underway today, with the U.S. defeating Canada 1-0, and Brazil beating Argentina 4-1.
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Crystal Dunn: We need to change the narrative that only white women play soccer
Ahead of the 2021 SheBelieves Cup, the USWNTs Crystal Dunn spoke about her vision for the future: "My goal is for the Black women coming after me to feel like they even have a chance to be the face of this...
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2021 Australian Open: Naomi Osaka beats Serena Williams
As Serena Williams walked off the court after her loss to Naomi Osaka at the 2021 Australian Open, Williams put her hand on her chest while thousands of spectators rose to applaud.
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2021 World Championships: Mikaela Shiffrin claims giant slalom silver, Gut-Behrami wins
Alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin fell just short of claiming her first giant slalom world title. Shiffrin, who led the field after the first run, finished two-hundredths of a second behind Switzerland’s...
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NBCSN to air PWHPA Dream Gap Tour game on March 6
On March 6 and 7, the Chicago Blackhawks will host two PWHPA games. The March 6 game will be broadcast live on NBCSN at 3pm ET (2pm CT).
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While pursuing Masters in epidemiology, Gabby Thomas has Olympics in sight
In addition to training for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, American sprinter Gabby Thomas is also pursuing her Masters in epidemiology and healthcare management.
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Sydney McLaughlin, now training with Allyson Felix, opens season at 2021 New Balance Grand Prix
Sydney McLaughlin will open her season at the 2021 New Balance Grand Prix. McLaughlin recently changed coaches and began training alongside Allyson Felix.
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2021 SheBelieves Cup: Alex Morgan discusses COVID, Olympic timeline
Alex Morgan is back with the USWNT after testing positive for COVID-19. The U.S. is currently preparing for the 2021 SheBelieves Cup, which begins on February 18.
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Short track skater Maame Biney on racial injustice: If I don’t say anything, who will?
Maame Biney made her Olympic debut at the 2018 PyeongChang Games, becoming the first Black woman to compete on a U.S. short track speed skating team. Biney recently spoke with On Her Turf about what her...
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Women at the Super Bowl: A brief history of football’s pioneering women
On Sunday, Sarah Thomas became the first woman to referee a Super Bowl, while two Buccaneers assistants became the first female coaches to win a Super Bowl. They join a long list of pioneering women in...
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Layshia Clarendon Q&A: Why cisgender women need to lead the fight for trans inclusion in sports
In an in-depth Q&A, the WNBA's Layshia Clarendon discusses having top surgery, identifying as trans, and why cisgender women need to lead the fight for trans inclusion in sports.
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Hockey’s Lamoureux twins announce retirement
While the Lamoureux twins retire with no shortage of accolades, their decision also reflects the current state of women's professional hockey.
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Super Bowl LV: Meet the women making NFL history in 2021
At the 2021 Super Bowl, three women will be making history: referee Sarah Thomas and Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant coaches Maral Javadifar and Lori Locust. 
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Toyota Super Bowl commercial features Paralympic swimmer Jessica Long
Jessica Long, a 23-time Paralympic swimming medalist, is the star of a Toyota commercial that will air during the 2021 Super Bowl.
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NWHL suspends season, Isobel Cup playoffs
One day before the semifinal round was set to begin, the 2021 NWHL Isobel Cup playoffs were suspended.
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NWHL Preview: 2021 Isobel Cup Playoffs
Four NWHL teams remain in the running for the 2021 Isobel Cup. The playoffs begin with the semifinal round on Thursday, live on NBCSN.
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Bucs double record for female coaches in a Super Bowl
At this year's Super Bowl, there will be two female coaches on the field: Maral Javadifar and Lori Locust, both of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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‘Hockey Culture’ tackles the representation of Black women in hockey
Anson Carter and Kathryn Tappen sit down with Blake Bolden, Erica Ayala and Saroya Tinker to discuss the representation of Black women in hockey.
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Alex Morgan, Christen Press make USWNT roster for 2021 SheBelieves Cup
Alex Morgan and Christen Press will both be making their return to the USWNT after missing January's training camp and friendlies against Colombia.
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Serena Williams beats Naomi Osaka in post-quarantine exhibition
After 14 days in quarantine, Serena Williams beat Naomi Osaka 6-2, 2-6, 10-7. The exhibition match was a warmup for the upcoming Austrailian Open.
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Metropolitan Riveters drop out of NWHL tournament due to COVID-19 results
The Metropolitan Riveters are dropping out of the NWHL tournament after "several members of the organization tested positive for COVID-19."
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After 13 years with Sparks, Candace Parker to sign with Chicago Sky
Former WNBA MVP Candace Parker has decided to play for the Chicago Sky, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press.
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Naomi Osaka is now an owner of the NWSL’s North Carolina Courage
On Thursday, the North Carolina Courage announced that Naomi Osaka, a three-time Grand Slam champion, was joining the club as an owner. 
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Jess in time: After injuries and winless seasons, Korda a champion again
Jessica Korda rolled in a 25-footer for birdie on the first playoff hole to defeat Danielle Kang and win the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions.
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As some U.S. soccer players stand, Krieger tells Black fans: “I’m kneeling for you”
When four U.S. soccer players - Lloyd, O'Hara, Horan, and Ertz - remained standing during the national anthem on Monday night, it did not go unnoticed.
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Tokyo Olympics: the biggest storylines in women’s sports
Simone Biles, Katie Ledecky, and Allyson Felix have the potential to break the women's record for most career gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics.
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LPGA, players ready to embark on momentous season at Tournament of Champions
On the eve of the LPGA’s 71st season, there’s a sense of momentum as the tour begins a new chapter in its storied history.
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Atlanta Dream close to being sold, ending Loeffler’s stint as WNBA owner
The Atlanta Dream are close to being sold, ending defeated Sen. Kelly Loeffler's contentious stint as a WNBA owner.
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Continuing the count: American women look to extend Olympic medal streaks
At recent Olympics, U.S. women have dominated the medal count. Here are some of the streaks that American women will look to continue in Tokyo.
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Sarah Thomas to become first woman to officiate a Super Bowl
The NFL has named the officials for Super Bowl LV. Down judge Sarah Thomas is set to become the first woman to officiate a Super Bowl.
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The current state of professional women’s hockey, explained
How did we get to the point where the only professional women's hockey league in North America doesn't include any American or Canadian Olympic hopefuls?
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International Women's Day

Premier League celebrates International Women’s Day

Premier League players and clubs have been celebrating International Women's Day by saluting the ongoing progress being made in the women's game and discussing the incredible role models leading the way. 

Celebrating female athletes

Johnson inspired by Kearney, Bahrke's 2010 moment

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Cammi Granato blazing a path for women in the NHL

Cammi Granato is the first female scout in the NHL, but her path to get there was far from easy and she isn't slowing down any time soon.

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Stars EVP and General Counsel details NHL journey

Alana Matthews' journey in hockey started when she played on all-boys teams as a kid. Now, at only 31, she's the EVP & General Counsel of the Dallas Stars.