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In Honor of Those Who Pushed for the Right of Girls to Play

As many of you may know, the anniversary of Title IX is TODAY. While this piece of legislation sought to grant equal opportunities for both boys and girls in all federal funded programs, it made the most impact in the world of sports. Before 1972 it was rare that girls had opportunities to play organized …

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Title IX Anniversary: How the ’99 World Cup Soccer Game Changed my Life

On July 10, 1999 my Dad took me and my best friend to the Women’s World Cup Final at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. We wore our Blue Streaks soccer jerseys and were as excited as we could be. I remember standing in the frozen lemonade stand for what seemed like centuries. I remember …

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Eco Friendly Bliss – A Natural Beauty Line Fit for an Athlete

You know what’s better than using one of Neutrogena Naturals products? Using more than one. Really–each product complements the others perfectly. I live in New York City – not generally considered the cleanest or greenest of cities. But I’m from California and feeling fresh and natural is important.  So when I got the opportunity to …

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A Rockin’ Sister Act: Nneka and Chiney Ogwumike

As March Madness ramps up, it’s time to look at some of the stars of the women’s game.  When it comes to sister acts, they don’t come any more impressive than Nnemkadi (Nneka) and Chiney Ogwumike who play basketball for the Stanford Cardinal (@StanfordWBB). Pam and Paula McGee played for USC in the ’80s, Heidi and Heather …

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