Female Skiers Face Gender Pay Gap At Jackson Hole CompetitionPlay
A high-profile extreme skiing and snowboarding competition in Jackson, Wyoming, revealed an inequity in the sport: The top female competitor won $5,000 less than the male winner. The incident dew attention to the fact that there's nothing to guarantee equal prizes in big-mountain skiing. Wyoming Public Radio's Tennessee Watson (@tennesseejane) reports.
This segment aired on January 28, 2019.