In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain calls into question the use of femininity as an insult, asks where the outrage is and reminds that language has meaning and words have power.
May 16 | By Sarah Spain
Some professional female athletes open up about the challenges -- and joys -- of combining pro sports with motherhood.
May 11 | By Adena Andrews
American table tennis prodigy Ariel Hsing got invaluable experience from the top players at worlds. Her favorite part, though? Eating German sausages.
Apr 20 | By Ariel Hsing
Every day is the same for Olympic hopeful Meghan O'Leary. But between training and eating, the U.S. rowing team manages to sneak in some fun.
Apr 11 | By Meghan O'Leary
Early proponents of Title IX didn't set out to change the sports world -- but change it, they did.
Apr 30 2:05 AM ET | By Steve Wulf
If softball wants to return to the Olympics in 2020, it will need Major League Baseball to let its players compete.
Mar 14 11:54 AM ET | By Ramona Shelburne
Basketball knowledge? Ha! There are much more important factors to consider when filling out your NCAA tourney bracket. Here are the top six ways to win your pool.
Mar 12 12:03 PM ET | By Heather Havrilesky
Notre Dame's Skylar Diggins gets quizzed by the ESPN analyst's Five Questions.
Feb 27 7:57 PM ET | By Rebecca Lobo
In her latest edition of London Calling, Kathryn Bertine suddenly finds herself lacking hard-earned Olympic qualification points but vows to work even harder to get to the Games.
Feb 1 6:40 PM ET | By Kathryn Bertine
A few observations and anecdotes from Tuesday's spectacle that is Super Bowl Media Day.
Jan 31 7:22 PM ET | By Kate Fagan
The Run Like a Mother authors provide words of wisdom for balancing training and motherhood -- minus the guilt.
Sage Steele visits Girls Inc., of Wayne County, Indiana, and they have a very special message for her: Get your butt to the track.
Jan 13 | By Jenny Everett
Behind head coach Jim Foster, the Buckeyes have found a way to stay among the elite, despite big changes in on-court personnel.
Dec 21 | By Michelle Smith
In what's shaping up as the Year of Griner, Nneka Ogwumike and her career-high 42 points against Tennessee on Tuesday served as a reminder that she's also a legitimate national player of the year candidate.
Dec 21 2:53 AM ET | By Michelle Smith
The professional softball player and marathoner has a few words of encouragement for Sage Steele as she trains for the Princess Half Marathon.
Dec 19 | By Becky O'Neill
For "SportsCenter" anchor Sage Steele, the decision to train for the Princess Half Marathon revolved around letting her children see her reach her fitness goals.
The NFL has some intriguing Thanksgiving lineups, which is not always the case. Optimize the experience with proper timing of the holiday spread.
Nov 22 | By Melissa Jacobs
What happens when the U.S. women's field hockey team treks to Mexico for the Pan Am Games? Songs are sung, words are 'Scrambled,' and a Jersey girl interprets Adele.
Oct 18 | By Rachel Dawson
After struggling with her weight her entire life, ESPN's Dana Jacobson ran her first half-marathon this fall, and is proving that "former fat girls can get healthy."
Oct 14 | By Joslyn Dalton
The Pan American Games aren't just about the competition. In several sports, there are 2012 Olympic spots on the line. Here's espnW's sport-by-sport breakdown.
Oct 13 | By Beau Dure
Lisa Raymond, 38, became the oldest women's doubles Grand Slam champion at the U.S. Open. She tells espnW why the win was so special.
Sep 19 | By Lisa Raymond
Jeggings was just inducted into the dictionary -- but what about burpeerexic? Our columnist takes a stab at the gym-centric words we should all be using.
Aug 25 | By Leslie Goldman
While we await official word on the end of the NFL lockout, we've got a busy day of MLB action on tap, including the return of the first-place Pittsburgh Pirates to national television. Here are the Games We're Watching.
Jul 25 11:24 AM ET | By Amanda Rykoff
Take our cardio test to determine where you stand -- and how you can get even stronger.
Jul 22 | By Dana Sullivan Kilroy
Gretchen Bleiler reflects on the tragic loss of a fellow snowboarder, Aaron Robinson.
Jul 22 | By Gretchen Bleiler