Podcast: 50 years after taking a stand for human rights, Olympic legends continue the fight
A special presentation of a panel from Mexico City with Olympic legends John Carlos, Wyomia Tyus and social justice advocate Chris Kluwe
Podcast: As progress is made on diversity in sport, the discussion shifts to transformation
Diversity and inclusion discussions are now shifting to transformation in sport in South Africa and the U.S.
Podcast: All testosterone levels are not equal in deciding male, female athletes
When the IAAF issued a ruling regarding testosterone levels in female middle distance runners questions about sex segregation in competition arose
Podcast: Global approach, end goal of collegiate athletics varies
While universities worldwide have athletic programs the ultimate goal can be very different from the goal for many U.S. athletes
Podcast: What constitutes a performance-enhancing drug or treatment?
Boundaries are continually pushed on what is breakthrough medical treatment vs performance enhancing when it comes to athlete injury treatment
Podcast: Social media’s powerful impact on athletes
When athletes post inappropriate content to social media the impact can be magnified for them
Podcast: Pitch In For Baseball aims to bring the game’s gear to kids everywhere
When kids around the world want to play baseball or softball but don't have the equipment, Pitch In For Baseball helps
Podcast: Making lifelong sport participants
When Americans think of athletes they don't often consider that title a lifelong pursuit, but in Europe a different image appears
Podcast: Who wins now that the court has legalized sports betting in the U.S.?
Legalized sports betting in the U.S. can mean big money - but who stands to gain?
Podcast: Should your child go to a basketball academy?
Sport-specific powerhouse high schools claim to be a road to the pros, but is it best for your child?
Podcast: Researcher to study impact of sex reassignment on athletes
An Arizona State University researcher will examine what happens to athletic performance when an athlete under goes sex reassignment
Podcast: Starbucks and the Rooney Rule
The recent arrests of 2 African-American men at Starbucks shows why a Rooney Rule should be considered for businesses
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