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50 years ago, opportunities for women and girls in sport were few and far between. Enter Title IX. In 1972, Title IX legislation was passed, which banned gender-based discrimination within government-funded institutions. While this wasn't directly intended to affect the male-dominated sports culture, it opened the doors for equality on the field. This limited series features in-depth interviews with women who lived through the cultural shift that Title IX represented, including icons like Jo ...
 
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This is it, folks. The final episode of our limited, and dear Title IX series! This week, we have one of our favorite athletes and mentors on the podcast - Joan Benoit Samuelson. Joan was the winner of the very first women's Olympic Marathon in the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics. Having come into the realm of sport at the exact time of the passin…
 
10 months ago, Amanda Leve shocked the wrestling world with a huge upset win over the seemingly indomitable Gabi Garcia. At 25 years old, Amanda is a professional MMA fighter and considered one of the top grapplers of her generation. This week, Selene Yeager talks to Amanda about her experience as a young woman in sport. While the majority of the w…
 
If you've played a team sport, you understand just how influential they can be. Having an understanding of camaraderie, competition, and collaboration can change the course of someone's life. For a long time, those benefits were only afforded to men. Enter Title IX. This week, Sara Gross interviews Janet Cone - the athletic director at UNC Ashevill…
 
Women have been trying to make their way into the Tour de France for a very long time. And even once we did make it, we were pushed out again. This week, Selene interviews Marianne Martin - the winner of the very first female edition of the Tour de France. While the race was not as long as the men's, including only 18 stages and more rest days, it …
 
Not to pick favorites, but here at Feisty - this is definitely a favorite. With almost 50 years of experience as an athletic director and inductions into seven different halls of fame, Joan Cronan has A LOT to say about Title IX and gender equity in sport. Graduating college in 1966, Joan was part of intercollegiate sports before women had the fede…
 
If you had to name one woman that truly showed the outer limits of female athleticism, who would you pick? For us, it's Julie Moss. Best known for her "crawl" in the 1982 Ironman Triathlon, Julie struggled to the finish line only to be beaten by Kathleen McCartney. Her loss on this day made serious headlines. A woman wanting to win THAT badly? Her …
 
There is no denying that Title IX created many new opportunities for women in sport, but what women were excluded from these opportunities? This week, Dr. Shaunna Payne Gold from our Unphased podcast welcomes Dr. Markesha Henderson to discuss the intersection of Title IX, civil rights, and women's rights. Dr. Henderson is the Director of Athletics …
 
Many of us have heard of Kathrine Switzer, but how many of us have heard of Bobbi Gibb? For the second episode of our limited Title IX series, Sara Gross interviews the very first runner of the 1966 Boston Marathon. Bobbi snuck her way into the running crowd by jumping out of the bushes next to the start line wearing a bathing suit and men's board …
 
We are overwhelmed with excitement to share the first episode of our limited Title IX series. This week, Haley Chura - co-host of Ironwomen - interviews the renowned Wendy Mink. Wendy is a professor of politics, women's and gender studies, as well as the daughter of the very first woman of color in congress - Patsy Mink. Patsy was the co-author of …
 
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