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February 13th Featured Athlete

Featuring: Lori Lindsey Sport: Soccer Position: Mid-Fielder Level Played: Professional (13 year injury-free professional career), U.S Women's National Team Website: http://www.lorilindsey.us 1.Do you think there are positive role models for young athletes to look up to? If yes, who? If no, why not? Absolutely.... Continue Reading →

December Featured Athlete

Featuring: Jenny Riemer Sport: Soccer Level Played: Collegiate College: Elon University, Division 1 1. How strong are you? and how do stereotypical images of what the female body should look like make you feel? Do you think you would feel or... Continue Reading →

I Will What I Want…another Ad Depicting the Wrong Image for Female Athletes

Under Armour launched its ad campaign I Will What I Want this summer. The campaign is supposed to empower athletic women and athletes to will what they want despite criticism, and setbacks along the road to living their dreams and... Continue Reading →

“We wear bathing suits. That is our uniform. They are not cute or girly…”

An Interview with two-time U.S. Olympic Water Polo Player Jessica Steffens Two-time US Olympic Water Polo Player, Jessica Steffens shares a piece of her story as an Olympic athlete. Steffens speaks eloquently about what it is to be an athlete,... Continue Reading →

Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete: So what?

All great stories, all great women, so what? Over the past three weeks, three athletes have shared their stories with you about what it means to be a female athlete (if you didn't get the chance to read them check... Continue Reading →

Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete: Post 2 of 3 featuring Aimee Kodat Plumb.

This is Interview No. 2 in a series of 3. If you missed last weeks, click on "Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete: Post 1 of 3 featuring Amy Huling" in RECENT... Continue Reading →

Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete – Post 1 of 3 featuring Amy Huling

Over the next three weeks, I will be featuring interviews with three former-collegiate athletes. All played competitively at the Division I or Division III levels in their respective sport(s). All three athletes continue to stay involved in their sport today.... Continue Reading →

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