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In Depth
August 1st, 2015

Dutee Chand Wins Gender Fight In Track And Field

Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has naturally high levels of testerone. Last year, the IAAF banned her from competing against other women. This week, the Court of Arbitration for Sport allowed Chand to run again. Only A Game spoke with Juliet Macur from New York Times.

In Their Own Words
July 30th, 2015

Inside The Winner’s Circle With Basketball’s Sue Bird

With the 2015 WNBA season just past its halfway point, Only A Game was reminded of the story of Seattle Storm guard and basketball great Sue Bird, who has found success throughout her legendary hoops career.

Only A Blog
July 28th, 2015

Hyperandrogenic Sprinter Wins Right To Race

Sport’s highest court has ruled that Indian sprinter Dutee Chand, who has naturally high levels of testosterone, can compete against other women again.

Feature
July 25th, 2015
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California Mom: Secretary By Day, Sumo Wrestler By Night

Jenelle Hamilton is not your typical sumo wrestler. She weighs just 130 pounds and competes against men three times her weight. Now, six years after she hit the mat for the first time, Hamilton is preparing for a return to the US Sumo Open.

Profile
July 18th, 2015

Big-League Reporter Comes Home To Her Local Newspaper

Why would a reporter trade MLB parks for high school sports? Only A Game’s Doug Tribou profiles Maureen Mullen, an accomplished sports reporter who returned to the hometown newspaper she once delivered door to door.

Only A Blog
July 15th, 2015
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Mo’ne Davis And Teammates Take Civil Rights Bus Trip

Little League pitcher Mo’ne Davis and her Anderson Moncarchs teammates recently finished up a 23-day civil rights barnstorming tour. From Montgomery to Cooperstown to Cincinnati, the team stopped in 21 cities, visiting important historical sites and meeting with leaders from the Civil Rights Movement.

3 Stories You Should Know
July 11th, 2015

An Historic Parade; Redskins Lawsuit; And A Female Quarterback

What’s next for women’s soccer? Will the Washington NFL franchise have to change its nickname? And should we celebrate the growing number of opportunities for young girls to play football? Yahoo Sports contributor Danielle Elliott and USA Today columnist Nancy Armour join Bill Littlefield.

3 Stories
June 20th, 2015

MLB Hack, ‘Royal’ All-Star Worries And USWNT’s Slow(?) Start

How will first-year MLB commissioner Rob Manfred handle the hacking scandal? Does the MLB need to change its All-Star voting system? And is the U.S. Women’s National Team failing to live up to its hype? The NFL Network’s Andrea Kremer and sport writer Erik Malinowski join Bill Littlefield for this week’s edition of “3 Stories You Should Know.”

Commentary
June 10th, 2015

Commentary: Women’s World Cup Still In The Back Seat

The U.S. is currently at the top of their group in the Women’s World Cup, having beaten Australia on Monday. But Only A Game’s Bill Littlefield is focusing less on individual results than on the progress of the game the women are playing.

In Their Own Words
May 30th, 2015

Inside The Winner’s Circle With Basketball’s Sue Bird

The 2015 WNBA season opens on Friday. Sue Bird is set to begin her 13th season as a point guard for the Seattle Storm, continuing one of the decorated basketball careers in history. This spring, Bird sat down with Only A Game’s Doug Tribou to discuss her basketball life — which has included state and national championships, WNBA titles and Olympic gold medals.

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