It changed the game for half the population. This week on Only A Game, we tell the story of how the sports bra was invented.
Violette Morris became one of France’s first star female athletes. Then everything went horribly wrong.
Forty years ago, Lisa Lindahl fell in love with running. But there was one problem: it was...uncomfortable.
Willie Cooper could have been the first black player on the UNC varsity basketball team.
"For sports, as for a lot of things, this February...is a tough month," Bill Littlefield writes.
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