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Gina Londono, right, of Highland, makes her way to a third place (15.42) finish in the women's 100–meter high hurdlesduring the CIF Southern Section Track and Field Masters Meet held Friday evening iat Cerritos College.

How Title IX Transformed Women's Sports

Title IX, the landmark gender equity law passed as part of the Education Amendments of 1972, banned sex discrimination in federally funded education programs. Its protections would open doors for girls and women in admission, academic majors, teaching positions, vocational ...read more

Jockey Flavien Prat (8) riding Duopoly wins the American Oaks (Grade 1) turf race during opening day of horse racing at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia on Saturday, December 26, 2020

10 Famous Horse Racing Scandals

Horse racing has been called the "Sport of Kings," and, just like royalty, racing has a scandal-filled history. Some misconduct has been about manipulating races, whether by influencing jockeys or the recurring phenomenon of horse switching. While attention has also fallen on the ...read more

Greg Louganis of the USA sets his feet on the edge of the diving board before attempting a dive in the men's spring board competition during the 1988 Summer Olympic Games held in Seoul, South Korea.

How Greg Louganis' Olympic Diving Accident Forced a Conversation About AIDS

Greg Louganis knew something was off as soon as his feet left the springboard. It was September 19, 1988, and the U.S. diver who had won two golds at the previous Olympics, was competing in the preliminaries at the Seoul Olympic Games. He later recounted to ABC’s Barbara Walters ...read more