October 05, 2022
Many untimely deaths, serious injuries, abuses, assaults, and incidents of bigotry in hockey lurk in the pages of this book but are too often presented as an opportunity for the NHL to increase its profitability and cultural cachet without actually addressing the material harm being done.
September 20, 2022
In the world of elite running, a woman who returns to peak performance after pregnancy is often considered a novelty -- but it's more common than you would think. This misconception originates from outdated and bigoted assumptions about what different bodies can do.
August 01, 2021
After one year of postponement, the Tokyo Olympics went on as planned. Back in
June, NHK reported that 10,000 volunteers had quit
ahead of the Games. This week, coronavirus cases in Tokyo are surging, with
July 13, 2021
I can't be the one who's struggling to separate Moultrie's NWSL career from its context and the family that surrounds her.
May 14, 2021
When coach and retired professional runner Lauren Fleshman attended the Olympic
Marathon Trials in February of 2016, she hadn't run a step in six months. She
was not there to compete in the race, and the first thing people commented on
was her appearance. Friends
April 08, 2021
In the pursuit for sporting success, an athlete can find themselves committing
to any number of personal sacrifices, whether it's hobbies, time spent with
friends and family, or other fulfilling activities. These sacrifices, though
sometimes made with a heavy heart, are often understood as part