Women’s World Cup 1999 to 2015: Pure Joy Makes No Apologies

The last time we won a Women’s World Cup, it looked like this… “The enduring image of Brandi Chastain, triumphant on a sweltering July day in Pasadena, will endure, documenting a populist victory that helped propel women’s soccer into the … Continue reading

Is winning worth dying for?

Over the Edge,* a 1997 Sports Illustrated article, painted a scary picture of the motivations and standards behind a sampling of American athletes.  They reported the results of a poll of 198 Olympians and aspiring Olympians.  The athletes were queried … Continue reading