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By Jodi Upton and Erik Brady, USA TODAY A federal law intended to shine light on whether colleges treat male and female athletes equitably is mired in mistakes, interpretation errors and...
Associated Press CANCUN, Mexico -- She may be a second-generation boxer, but if Laila Ali eventually has children, the world's most famous woman fighter will discourage them from taking up the...
By ANNE K. WALTERS (As seen Courtesy of The Chronicle) Washington A group of former female Olympic athletes, sports experts, and college and high-school coaches asked a U.S. Senate committee on...
The AAUW Educational Foundation’s new research report, Drawing the Line: Sexual Harassment on Campus, provides the most comprehensive findings to date on sexual harassment among undergraduate...
By ANDY BERNSTEIN Staff writer Published August 08, 2005 http://www.sportsbusinessjournal.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.feature&featureId=1687 The Adidas three stripes might replace the Reebok...
Female athletes remain distastefully on display despite efforts by marketing campaigns to redefine the female image. Media has a powerful hand in the way we perceive the world and how we visualize...
Golf phenom Morgan Pressel, who signed with IMG earlier this month, is in talks with three golf club equipment makers and three clothing companies and will make a decision fairly soon, said her...
Nike signed 16-year-old American tennis player Alexa Glatch to an endorsement contract. The value is low six figures annually for several years, sources said. Sixteen-year-old Alexa Glatch won her...
Published December 19, 2005 : Page 11   After a temporary break in 2004, worldwide Olympic sponsor Panasonic is taking to the streets again next year, and taking skier Picabo Street to the...
Dan Weil / Special to FOXSports.com   It has been a big year for women in sports — from Sheila Johnson buying a piece of three Washington, D.C. sports teams (Mystics, Wizards and Capitals...