Two civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging Idaho's new law banning transgender women from competing in women's sports, the first such law in the nation.
By Keith Ridler, Associated Press
Women's sports aren't always given prime-time slots, but there are still plenty of games and tournaments to watch.
By Gretchen Frazee
Jill Ellis has been paid substantially less than her male counterparts, shining a light on the inequality coaches of women's sports routinely experience.
By Gretchen Frazee
Caster Semenya's say Monday's ruling allows her to compete unrestricted in all female events.
By Associated Press
By Gerald Imray, Associated Press
South Africa said two of the three judges who heard the Caster Semenya case were "conflicted."…
In athletics, who defines a man and a woman? A court has ordered South African runner and Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya to take drugs to suppress her naturally high testosterone levels if she wants to continue to compete. William…
By News Desk
Anna Muzychuk (left) of Ukraine plays against Tan Zhongyi (right) of China during the final day of the Women's World Chess Championship 2017 on March 3 at Espinas Palace Hotel in Tehran, Iran. Zhongyi defeated Muzychuk of Ukraine to win…
"Pat Summitt is an unparalleled figure in collegiate sports,” a speaker said as President Barack Obama awarded the legendary Tennessee Lady Vols coach a Medal of Freedom four years ago. Summitt died Tuesday at age 64 after years of battling…
Recent studies of NCAA programs suggest that colleges need to do more to ensure their student-athletes graduate, rather than simply generate revenue and attention for their schools. The NewsHour takes a closer look at the issue.
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