This is Jade Cargill in her own words.
Women in Sports
Over the last century, female athletes have emerged as powerful voices for equality. Read their firsthand accounts of how they overcame the challenges they faced.
Chioma Ubogagu on her doping ban: “The law is black and white, but the reality is far more complex.”
Mikaela Shiffrin on losing her dad and the real nature of grief: “Some days, it’s so hard to put one foot in front of the other. That’s grief. That’s being a human.”
Katie Taylor shares her hopes for the future of boxing.
Aliyah Boston ahead of South Carolina’s NCAA Tournament journey: “The goal is a national championship.”
Jamie Chadwick on her goals: “I want to be that next female driver in Formula One. I want the next time I write here to be about my first championship in F1.”
On this episode of Blindsided, we welcome Helen Maroulis.
Arsenal and Scotland player Jen Beattie details her battle with cancer: “There’s no reset button quite like cancer.”
Team GB Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington shares some advice with young girls.
Oksana Masters hears a heartfelt message from her mom as she competes in the Paralympics.
Misty Copeland fought for her place in ballet, and she’s using her platform to pave the way for young Black ballerinas to feel welcomed in the industry.
Olympic figure skater Mariah Bell’s friends and family send her some special messages.