Posts tagged "Women"

Inspiration Knows No Gender Bounds: My Top 6 Inspirational Stories of Female Athletes

In honor of Mother’s Day yesterday, women in general, and the athletic accomplishments of the female gender, I would like to re-post a piece from a couple years back. The list below contains some mind boggling inspirational athletic feats. It was after one of my inspirational speaking presentations (to a high school girl’s volleyball program)... Read more »

Title IX and the reverse discrimination argument

Guest Post From: Kristine Newhall The recent fight to restore men’s track at the University of Delaware has raised some compelling questions about administrative transparency, athletic department priorities, and–of course–Title IX. My focus here is on the last, specifically the discussion about the legislation that has emerged since the announcement of the team’s elimination in... Read more »

New Guest Writer, Kristine Newhall, To Contribute Articles On Title IX Issues in Sports

I am pleased to introduce Kristine Newhall as a guest writer to The Athlete’s Sports Experience. Her interest in, and experience with, Title IX issues will bring an important and unique dimension to this blog as she (from time to time) will contribute informative and timely pieces on matters pertaining to men and women in... Read more »
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ESPN Radio: "Hey Coach Tony" Discusses Differences In Mom's & Dad's Vision Of The Youth Sports Equation

ESPN radio host Tony Fiorino is offering a Mother’s day gift for all those moms, and women coaches, interested in expressing their feelings regarding their experiences as a youth sports parent and/or coach. Whether these experiences have all been positive or not–running the gamut from one end of the spectrum to the other, he wants... Read more »