National Girls and Women in Sports Day is a day to celebrate the achievements of women in sports.
Did you know that the regular use of male practice players may be a Title IX violation?
The development and implementation of policies regarding sexual harassment help to create organizational climates in which women and girls feel free to report incidents of sexual harassment.
Do cheerleading, drill team, danceline and band count as varsity sports for Title IX purposes?
The Women’s Sports Foundation acknowledges that abuse occurs in athletics and seeks to prevent its occurrence through the development of this policy and position statement.
Taking any illegal or banned substance for the purpose of enhancing athletic performance is a decision to cheat, endanger one’s health and encourages others to cheat.
The fact that HIV is a blood-borne pathogen, poses serious questions to the athletic world: Should an athlete who has contracted a blood-borne pathogen be allowed to engage in competitive athletics?
Sport has been one of the most important socio-cultural learning experiences for boys and men for many years. Those same benefits should be afforded our daughters.
Failure to address the development of regular exercise behaviors and good nutrition at an early age has major health and economic consequences.