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Justine Siegal, first woman to coach for an MLB team

Three decades after a coach told Justine Siegal to quit baseball, girls are still behind in the count when it comes to the national pastime.

Baseball For All

10th annual espnW: Women + Sports Summit

Leading the charge for new opportunities for women in sports.

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National Women's Soccer League


Perfect free kick puts Courage ahead in extra time


Courage head back to NWSL title game by cultivating winning culture

The Courage routed Reign FC in extra time to make the NWSL championship for the third straight year.

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Gigi Bryant

Kobe's daughter shows off her range



Women's World Cup watched by over 1 billion

More than one billion people watched this year's Women's World Cup, according to a statement by FIFA.

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How Reign FC coach Vlatko Andonovski made a name for himself

Andonovski can become the first NWSL coach to win three titles.


New CBA is chief priority this WNBA offseason

The Mystics have been crowned and players are heading overseas. So what are the three biggest things to watch this WNBA offseason?

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The WNBA Racial and Gender Report Card

The WNBA continues to live and breathe the evolution of opportunities in women's sports.

biles makes history

No hyperbole here: Simone Biles is the greatest

Simone Biles is the most decorated gymnast in world championships history and the clear favorite for gold in 2020. These days, she is unbeatable.

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How does Simone Biles do what seems impossible?

No one else has competed skills like the triple-double. No one else has ever been so dominant in the sport. How does Simone Biles do it? Gymnastics experts weigh in.

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the undefeated

Simone Biles, Coco Gauff and Brigid Kosgei win in dominating fashion

Black female athletes turn in a weekend of historic performances by turning on that #BlackGirlMagic.

The Undefeated Illustration

Red Sox's Raquel Ferreira breaks through baseball's glass ceiling

A child of immigrants is now the highest-ranking woman in baseball.

The future has arrived on the WTA and ATP tours

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