espnW Summit, NYC -- Equal pay, equal treatment and equal respect

Becca Roux, executive director for the USWNT Players Association and Kendall Coyne Schofield, U.S. women's national hockey team member and Olympic gold medalist, have a passionate discussion about pay and opportunity equity.

Unapologetic: The Black Female Athlete

The Undefeated presents

UCLA's Katelyn Ohashi talks about her show-stopping floor routine

UCLA senior gymnast Katelyn Ohashi talks about her dazzling floor routine and how her coach, Valorie Kondos Field -- a.k.a. Miss Val -- helps her athletes achieve great heights.

Sally Pearson growing in belief

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Australia's Sally Pearson has clocked an encouraging time in her first competitive race since returning from injury as she prepares to defend her Olympic hurdles crown in August. Read more ...

Now what? Learning from Sochi Games

Julie Foudy

After a few days to reflect on these Winter Games, Julie Foudy believes there are lessons to be learned, and not repeated, from Sochi that can help restore the soul of the Olympics. Read more ...

Sochi's Winners and Losers

With the 2014 Winter Olympics officially in the books, we name the ultimate winners -- and losers -- from Team USA's trip to Sochi. Read more ...

All that we're leaving behind ...

Bonnie D. Ford

For all the pre-Games speculation, the actual Sochi Olympics put some of our worries at ease. But what still lingers in Bonnie D. Ford's mind are the issues the event, and the journalists covering it, will leave behind. Read more ...

King: Change takes time

Bonnie D. Ford

Billie Jean King is happy to be receiving a second chance to represent the LGBT community at the Sochi Olympics. Read more ...

Mikaela Shiffrin stays focused on gold

Bonnie D. Ford

Focus on her goal helped U.S. skier Mikaela Shiffrin become the youngest winner of an Olympic slalom gold. At 18 and in her first Olympics, she didn't let a small slip during her second run derail her dream. Read more ...

Dreams lost, motivation not forgotten

Julie Foudy

A day after one of the toughest losses in its history, the U.S. women's hockey team reminded Julie Foudy of how tough sports can be, but why the "tough" is what makes it so rewarding. Read more ...