The history of the oldest women’s-only race is the story of progress, but also of missed opportunities
Switzerland’s supreme court has suspended the IAAF’s testosterone regulations
Alysia Montaño’s story is yet another reminder of how contracted endurance athletes often have to choose between having a career and a life
Earlier this year, the iconic race announced a new policy for transgender competitors. Here's how the decision came together and why it's important.
New accounts sharing bad behavior, plus public stands from notable climbers, are bringing gross online interactions into the light
When Sophie Goldschmidt became the World Surf League's CEO in 2017, improving the women's tour was a priority. Her next challenge is equality for all surfers.
After cruising to victory in Doha, Caster Semenya’s athletic future is up in the air
Twenty percent of climbers on the world's highest peak this season are women
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has decided in favor of “necessary discrimination”
Two years ago, the climbing photographer known as Nathan Smith saw no way out, after struggling for years with gender-identity issues in the male-dominated outdoor industry. Then—slowly, bravely—Nikki introduced herself to the world.
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