Lloyd and the injured Julie Ertz and Tobin Heath had been among the few question marks for the scaled-down roster for the Tokyo Games. All three made the team.
The number of publicly out L.G.B.T.Q. athletes in men’s biggest pro leagues lags far behind that in women’s sports. Will Carl Nassib’s announcement change that?
The embattled lingerie giant is attempting the most extreme brand turnaround in recent memory: an effort not just to redefine itself but also the very idea of what “sexy” is.
Born in Brazil, developed in the United States and now a pro headed to an important pre-Olympic camp, the 21-year-old forward is proving she belongs alongside the world’s best players.
Only a handful of soccer players attain what might be best described as mainstream cultural relevance. That kind of fame now comes with responsibility.
Both sides claimed victory with the agreement, which clears the way for the women’s team to appeal a court ruling that had rejected its equal pay claims.
Don’t expect the usual bromides about hard work and resilience in “One Life.” The soccer star’s memoir gets into her political awakening as much as it does her sports career.
As games return and dozens of players drop to one knee, leagues that once tried to tiptoe around the issue won’t be able to avoid it.
The decision on whether to participate in restarting seasons is exposing the haves and have-nots of the sports world.
Kaiya McCullough plans to continue to kneel during the national anthem when the N.W.S.L. restarts its season. On Saturday, dozens of other players did the same.
A rule created after Megan Rapinoe took a knee was rescinded as the federation, like the N.F.L. and FIFA, reconsidered its views on athletes who choose to peacefully protest.
A federal judge’s rejection of the players’ equal pay claims cost the team their leverage, but it is in the federation’s interests to find a settlement both sides can embrace.
And how the soccer star became something of a skin care fanatic.