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Study: Most of Women's College Coaches are White and Male

Study: Most of Women's College Coaches are White and Male

By Terrance Harris | Jun 25
On the 45th anniversary of Title IX, women and people of color remain on the outside when it comes to hiring head coaches in women's college sports, according to a report Friday by sports institutes.

Liberty to Have a Float in New York Pride Parade

Liberty to Have a Float in New York Pride Parade

By Doug Feinberg | Jun 25
havonte Zellous is thrilled that the New York Liberty will have a float in Sunday's pride parade, the first for a sports franchise in the city.

Wet Winter Creates Hazards for Hikers on Popular US Trail

Wet Winter Creates Hazards for Hikers on Popular US Trail

By Brian Melley | Jun 24
With hundreds of so-called thru-hikers entering the high Sierra early in the season, their experiences can serve as cautionary tales for others planning summer wilderness escapes

Billie Jean King Celebrates 45th Anniversary of Title IX

Billie Jean King Celebrates 45th Anniversary of Title IX

Jun 23
Billie Jean King celebrated the 45th anniversary of Title IX at the New York Historical Society.

Watch: Ex New England Patriots Player Comes Out as Gay

Watch: Ex New England Patriots Player Comes Out as Gay

Jun 21
A former player for the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs came out as gay in a moving interview with Outsports this week.

FIFA Warns Mexico Over Discriminatory Chants at Confed Cup

FIFA Warns Mexico Over Discriminatory Chants at Confed Cup

Jun 20
FIFA has warned Mexico about the conduct of its fans after discriminatory chants at the Confederations Cup.

Billie Jean King Praises Northwestern Grads on Inclusion

Billie Jean King Praises Northwestern Grads on Inclusion

Jun 17
Tennis great Billie Jean King had some good things to say about millennials in a speech to Northwestern University graduates.

FIFA Targets Gay Slurs By Chile, Mexico Fans in Russia

FIFA Targets Gay Slurs By Chile, Mexico Fans in Russia

By Graham Dunbar | Jun 16
In a bid to rid the World Cup of gay slurs, FIFA will get tough with Latin American fans in Russia.

Ronaldo Says His 'Conscience is Quite Clear' Amid Tax Case

Ronaldo Says His 'Conscience is Quite Clear' Amid Tax Case

Jun 14
Cristiano Ronaldo appeared to be unconcerned despite being accused by a Spanish state prosecutor of defrauding the government of millions of euros (dollars) in unpaid taxes.

Watch: Los Angeles Dodgers Celebrate Pride, Shows 7 Gay Couples on Kiss Cam

Watch: Los Angeles Dodgers Celebrate Pride, Shows 7 Gay Couples on Kiss Cam

Jun 13
The Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated Pride in a big way Friday.

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