A Conservative Christian Group Wants to Keep Transgender Athletes From Girls' Sports
Legal experts say this complaint resonates with a larger pattern of discrimination against transgender girls and women in sports.
Viewfinder: The One-Year Anniversary of the Trump Administration's Family Separation Policy
To mark the one-year anniversary of the Trump administration announcing its zero-tolerance family separation policy, a life-sized cage was set up by the group Families Belong Together on Capitol Hill.
The U.S. Women's Soccer Team Lawsuit Is the Latest to Illuminate the Astounding Wage Gap in Professional Sports
All 28 members of the team are suing the U.S. Soccer Federation for gender discrimination, arguing that they are paid less than their male peers despite having the same job responsibilities and achieving superior results.
Viewfinder: Women's Biathlon at the Winter Olympics in South Korea
Franziska Preuss of Germany shoots during the women's biathlon 4x6-kilometer relay on day 13 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Speed Bumps: Why It's So Hard to Catch Blood Dopers in Track and Field
A cache of leaked blood tests showed hundreds of track athletes have recorded results “suggestive of doping.” With the 2015 world track championships about to start, a look at why anti-doping tests are so ineffective.
Athletes Report Pressure to Keep Playing After a Head Injury
Researchers report it comes from parents, coaches, teammates, and fans.
Does Education Have Any Place in College Sports Programs?
The Big Ten Conference's Year of Readiness proposal, which would push freshman athletes to the sidelines, is supposedly about giving students time to explore educational opportunities, but the financial benefits to colleges and universities are hard to ignore.
Did Tyson Gay's Coach Give the Sprinter Banned Substances?
Jon Drummond, saying he is facing a lifetime ban, is suing Gay and the head of U.S. Anti-Doping Agency for defamation.
Weak Sanctions: A Major Shift in Anti-Doping Strategy
Anti-doping investigators say they would rather trade leniency for information on coaches and other athletes involved in doping.
Can Haile Gebrselassie Become Ethiopia's Best Politician?
Arguably the greatest long-distance runner ever, Haile Gebrselassie is now aiming for a spot in Ethiopia's parliament.