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Sue Bird says playing in new Climate Pledge Arena is “very tempting”
Could Climate Pledge Arena sway Sue Bird's thoughts on retirement? The Seattle Storm guard said playing in the renovated facility is "very tempting."
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USA-Canada Rivalry: Led by Sarah Fillier, Canada wins fourth straight
The second game of the "My Why" Tour had everything fans have come to expect from the best USA-Canada women's hockey rivalry games.
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2021 NWSL Timeline: Amid league failures, players reclaim control
NWSL players are calling for change. This 2021 season timeline details how allegations of abuse led to reckoning a about safety in women's soccer.
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Weekend Recap: Shiffrin wins, USA-CAN women’s hockey rivalry, and more
Highlights/video from the World Cup season opener, Skate America, and Gymnastics Worlds. Also: the USA-CAN rivalry continues and NWSL playoffs take shape.
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French teen Tess Ledeux wins big air season opener (video)
Tess Ledeux made a statement at the first big air World Cup of the 2021-22 season. In her second run, the 19-year-old from France threw down a massive double cork 1260.
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International Friendly: USWNT, South Korea draw 0-0 in Kansas City
The draw snapped a 22-match home soil win streak for the USWNT. The Americans were one win away from matching the longest home streak in team history.
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Video: Melnikova snaps U.S. all-around streak at 2021 Gymnastics Worlds
Entering this year's World Gymnastics Championships, the U.S. had claimed gold in the women's individual all-around at every Olympics and Worlds since 2010.
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Chicago Sky parade featured door broken by Diana Taurasi
During the celebration and parade celebrating the Chicago Sky's first WNBA title, a special guest was spotted: the door reportedly broken by Diana Taurasi.
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What’s next for the WNBA? “Expansion is on the horizon”
Which players will make big moves? Will there be a new playoff format? How far away is expansion? Here are a few ways the 2022 WNBA season could look different.
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Kahleah Copper: How a girl from North Philly helped Chicago win its first WNBA title
After helping the Chicago Sky win its first WNBA title, 2021 WNBA Finals MVP Kahleah Copper shouted out her hometown: North Philly.
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Athletes call for domestic violence awareness after Tirop’s killing
Following the killing of Agnes Tirop, runners Mary Wacera Ngugi, Aliphine Tuliamuk, and Tianna Madison called for greater awareness of domestic violence.
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2021 WNBA Finals: How to watch, full schedule, TV channels, and results
2021 WNBA Finals: How to watch, results, schedule, upcoming games, full bracket, TV channel guide, and how the WNBA Playoffs work.
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WNBA Finals: Phoenix Mercury avert crisis ahead of pivotal game 3
The Phoenix Mercury were in danger of falling behind 0-2 in the WNBA Finals, but Diana Taurasi sent a reminder why she's the league's all-time leading scorer.
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Unsure if she’ll compete again, Allyson Felix has big plans for the future
Allyson Felix is currently weighing an important decision: whether she wants to compete at track & field's 2022 World Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
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Women’s Sports TV Guide: How to watch the WNBA, NWSL and more (October 2021)
From the WNBA to the LPGA to the NWSL, it's a busy month for women's sports. Follow along with On Her Turf's TV guide (schedules, start times, TV channels).
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Tanisha Wright hired as new head coach of Atlanta Dream
The Atlanta Dream hired longtime WNBA player Tanisha Wright as its new head coach. During her career, Wright played 14 seasons with the Seattle Storm, New York Liberty and Minnesota Lynx.
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Athletes Unlimited gives WNBA players an at-home option
Natasha Cloud will play in the new Athletes Unlimited basketball league, which launches in 2022. The league gives WNBA players a domestic "off season" option.
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Tatyana McFadden: Two marathon podiums in 24 hours
One day after winning the women’s wheelchair division at the Chicago Marathon, Tatyana McFadden finished second at the Boston Marathon.
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2021 Wrestling Worlds: Helen Maroulis wins third world title (video)
Competing in the 57kg weight class at the 2021 World Wrestling Championships, Helen Maroulis defeated India's Anshu Malik to claim her third world title.
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NWSL teams pause games: “this is not business as usual”
During the sixth minute of the first two NWSL games since accusations against Paul Riley were published, players paused and gathered in "solidarity."
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The Phoenix Mercury are finally playing a home game at home
For the first time during the 2021 WNBA Playoffs, the Phoenix Mercury are playing a home game. A real home game. At the Footprint Center.
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Adeline Gray becomes first U.S. wrestler to win six world titles
At the 2021 World Wrestling Championships in Oslo, Norway, Adeline Gray won her 6th world title, becoming the 1st American wrestler to accomplish the feat.
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2021 Wrestling Worlds: Burkert, Miracle win medals (video)
On the first day of women's finals at the 2021 World Wrestling Championships in Oslo, Norway, both Kayla Miracle and Jenna Burkert reached the podium.
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Mana Shim and Sinead Farrelly: Paul Riley ‘took away our careers’
Mana Shim and Sinead Farrelly - accompanied by Alex Morgan - joined the TODAY Show to discuss their allegations against former NWSL coach Paul Riley.
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Women’s Sports Roundup: WNBA Semifinals, NWSL Fallout, and more
It was a significant weekend for women's sports - both because of the competitions that were held (WNBA, London Marathon, Paris Roubaix, ShopRite LPGA Classic), and the ones that weren't (NWSL).
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NWSL announces new executive group, launches investigation
In addition to the NWSL news, U.S. Soccer said it had retained Sally Yates to lead its investigation into abusive behavior and sexual misconduct.
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2021 WNBA Semifinals: Chicago Sky takes 2-1 lead over Connecticut Sun
Kahleah Copper scored 26 points and Allie Quigley added 21 to help the Chicago Sky edge the top-seeded Connecticut Sun in Game 3 of the WNBA Semifinals.
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2021 WNBA Semifinals: Mercury beat Aces 87-60 to take 2-1 lead
The Phoenix Mercury have three of the best players in the WNBA, but this team goes deeper than Diana Taurasi, Brittney Griner and Skylar Diggins-Smith.
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NWSLPA, soccer stars demand change following Paul Riley allegations
In response to allegations against North Carolina Courage coach Paul Riley, the NWSL Players' Association (NWSLPA) listed three demands.
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At Simone Biles’ ‘GOAT’ shows, elite gymnastics gets a makeover
At the “Gold Over America Tour starring Simone Biles” — the GOAT acronym is no coincidence — elite gymnastics gets a refreshing and empowering makeover.
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Handball federation urged to review uniform rules after fine over shorts
Handball's federation was urged “to review uniform rules in accordance with gender equality” after Norway was punished for wearing shorts instead bikinis.
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An exclusive club: What it means to be a WNBA MVP
With the addition of Jonquel Jones, WNBA MVP club now includes 16 members, including six women who won the award multiple times.
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NCAA: March Madness branding will be used for women’s tournament
The NCAA announced that, beginning in 2022, the Division I women's basketball tournament will use "March Madness" branding.
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Richie Burke fired, Washington Spirit disciplined after investigation
Washington Spirit coach Richie Burke was fired following an investigation into alleged violations of the NWSL's anti-harassment policy.
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Jonquel Jones named 2021 WNBA MVP
Jonquel Jones of the Connecticut Sun was named 2021 WNBA MVP. Jones, a 6-6 forward from the Bahamas, is aiming to help the Sun win its first WNBA title.
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Did Sue Bird just play her last basketball game?
For the first time since making her WNBA debut two decades ago, Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm is thinking about retiring ahead of next season.
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Don’t be misled by the WNBA’s top 10 jersey list
The WNBA's top 10 jersey list is misleading. For starters, fewer than 20 players currently have jerseys available on the WNBA's official online store.
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2022 Olympic hockey schedule released, key women’s storylines to know
The hockey schedule for the 2022 Winter Olympics is out. Here's a look at the women's tournament: the groups, qualification process, and U.S. schedule.
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Katie Ledecky is leaving Stanford and moving to Florida
Katie Ledecky announced that she is leaving Stanford - where she has lived and trained since 2016 - and moving Florida to work with coach Anthony Nesty.
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Carissa Moore reflects on fifth world title, progress in women’s surfing
When five-time world champ Carissa Moore first started surfing at top competitions in 2010, women weren't always set up to succeed.
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Michaela Onyenwere sweeps WNBA’s Rookie of the Month award
New York Liberty forward Michaela Onyenwere was named the WNBA's "Rookie of the Month" for September - her fourth straight month receiving the honor. 
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Separate and unequal? These Paralympians want to compete alongside Olympians
As a marathoner, Tatyana McFadden is able to do something most Paralympians can't: compete at the same events as able-bodied athletes and Olympians.
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2021 WNBA Playoffs: Storylines to know before the regular season ends
The 2021 WNBA Playoffs begin on September 23. The Connecticut Sun have already locked up the No. 1 seed, thanks in part to MVP candidate Jonquel Jones. Here are other key storylines to watch heading into...
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Biles, Raisman, Maroney, and Nichols testify on FBI’s Nassar investigation
Simone Biles told Congress that lingering trauma from her abuse at the hands of Nassar played a factor in her decision to opt out of several Olympic events.
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Surfer Carissa Moore claims fifth world title to conclude historic 2021 season
Less than two months after winning the inaugural Olympic gold medal in surfing, Hawaii's Carissa Moore won her fifth world title to conclude the 2021 CT.
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Hiring women coaches takes intentionality. Just ask the NFL
The 2021 NFL season will feature a record 12 women coaches. How has the NFL gone from 0 to 12 in just 6 years? And can women's leagues learn from the NFL?
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USWNT roster named for Paraguay friendlies
Alyssa Naeher, Sam Mewis, Julie Ertz, and Megan Rapinoe will not play due to injury, while Christen Press opted out to focus on her mental health.
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US women win second straight gold in sitting volleyball
The Tokyo gold medal match marked the fourth straight time the U.S. and China met in the women's sitting volleyball final at the Paralympics.
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Hockey is for Her

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Engel-Natzke showing the way for women in hockey

From club hockey to the University of Wisconsin to the AHL's Hershey Bears, Emily Engel-Natzke has been blazing a trail and helping to show girls and women everywhere that hockey is for everyone.

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NHL, Isles fostering growth for women in hockey

Alexis Moed gives an inside look at her role as founder and president of the Islanders Girls Elite Hockey Program and talks about how the NHL Female Coaches Association Program is supporting women in the league.

On the Tee

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Lewis excited for future of golf, women in sports

Mom, golfer and advocate Stacy Lewis spoke with Troy Mullins at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship about her daughter Chesnee and the future of golf.

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Mariah Stackhouse inspiring on the golf course

Ahead of the KPMGGolf Women’s PGA Championships, LPGA golfer Mariah Stackhouse talks about being able to use her platform to help encourage diversity in golf.