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Rebecca Lowe responds to Aguero Massey-Ellis incident
NBC Sports' Rebecca Lowe shares her thoughts on Sergio Aguero grabbing Sian Massey-Ellis, and the current rules in place.
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Olivia Smoliga details life in the ‘Budapest Bubble’ ahead of 2020 ISL Season
To kick off the 2020 ISL season, swimmer Olivia Smoliga provides a firsthand look into training during quarantine, travelling internationally, and life in the Budapest bubble.
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Unequal footing in track and field: Jordan Gray’s fight for a women’s decathlon
“Every time I tell people that I’m a decathlete or that I broke the American record, they’re like, ‘Are you going to the Olympics?’ And I’m like, ‘Nope, I’m a girl.’”
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Alana Nichols hopes young girls will be inspired by this year’s Annual Salute
Women's Sports Foundation President Alana Nichols is excited that this year's virtual celebration will be free to the public. "We're so excited to welcome a lot of viewers that wouldn't [otherwise] know the...
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Meghan Duggan retires, leaving legacy that includes more than Olympic medals
In addition to captaining the U.S. to Olympic gold in 2018, Duggan also led her team's fight for better pay and resources.
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WSL Preview: Tottenham v. Man United could feature American showdown
On Saturday, Manchester United (featuring Christen Press and Tobin Heath) will take on Tottenham (Alex Morgan's new team).
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Mathematically proven: Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe are most dominant couple in sports
Who is the most dominant power couple in sports? Four-time WNBA champion Sue Bird and two-time World Cup winner Megan Rapinoe are tough to beat.
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Seattle Storm sweep Aces to claim 2020 WNBA title
The Seattle Storm won the 2020 WNBA Finals, sweeping the Las Vegas Aces in three games. The win marks the Storm's fourth WNBA title.
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Swiss Skydiver becomes just sixth filly to beat the boys at the Preakness
On Saturday afternoon, Swiss Skydiver became just the sixth filly - and first since 2009 - to win the Preakness Stakes. Just by starting, she also was the first female horse to run the race since 2014.
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Everything You Need to Know about the FA Women’s Super League
The FA Women's Super League season resumes this weekend, with Americans Alex Morgan, Christen Press, and Tobin Heath expected to make their WSL debuts.
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Pepper Persley has made a name for herself as a WNBA reporter at age 9
At age 9, Pepper Persley has become a fixture in WNBA press conferences. “Often my questions are about how [things] affect children,” she explains.
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Simone Manuel: I carry the Black community on my shoulders before I dive in
During a USOPC panel, Simone Manuel - the first Black woman to win an Olympic gold medal in swimming - discussed racism she has experienced, and her role as an activist.
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Sue Bird on activism in the WNBA: “Who better to speak on these issues?”
As Sue Bird aims to win a fourth WNBA title, the Seattle Storm guard acknowledges that the 2020 season has been about more than basketball.
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WNBA Finals: Top five storylines to know
The best-of-five WNBA Finals begin on Friday, featuring the Las Vegas Aces and Seattle Storm. Here are five key storylines to know heading into game one.
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Mary Carillo previews French Open, assesses Serena Williams’ chances for title No. 24
Mary Carillo sat down with On Her Turf to preview the women's tournament at the 2020 French Open, and to share her thoughts on whether Serena Williams can win her 24th Grand Slam title.
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Shelby Rogers enters French Open with momentum on her side
American Shelby Rogers enters the French Open following two of the biggest victories of her career, including a win against Serena Williams this summer.
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A more equal future for women’s cycling? Lizzie Deignan has high hopes
Lizzie Deignan points to the growth of women's cycling as the reason for her longevity in the sport. Before she retires, the Olympic medalist wants to fight against the inequality that remains.
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WNBA players react to Breonna Taylor grand jury announcement
When the WNBA season started in July, the league dedicated the 2020 season to Breonna Taylor and the ‘Say Her Name’ movement, which helps raise awareness for Black women who are victims of police brutality...
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Streets of Albuquerque paved the way for Mariah Duran’s Olympic aspirations
Olympic hopeful Mariah Duran has racked up some of the biggest honors in her sport, including two X Games titles. With the Olympics pushed back until July 2021, the Albuquerque resident has returned to her...
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Seven months after father’s death, Mikaela Shiffrin has a new perspective on skiing
Since her father's death in February, alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin has found a new perspective. Now, she is preparing to return to the start house.
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A’ja Wilson named MVP of 2020 WNBA Season
Earlier today, A’ja Wilson of the Las Vegas Aces was named the WNBA’s Most Valuable Player for the 2020 season. She was previously named Rookie of the Year in 2018 and was an All-Star selection...
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Fed Cup renamed Billie Jean King Cup
Earlier today, the International Tennis Federation (ITF) announced that the Fed Cup – the annual women’s team tournament – will be renamed the Billie Jean King Cup beginning with next...
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WNBA Playoffs: What to know ahead of the first round
Following an abbreviated 22-game regular season, the 12 WNBA teams have been reduced to eight for the playoffs. The first round gets underway tonight. Here’s what you need to know.
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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.

Hockey is for Her

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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.