Athletics/Sports

TOP STORY

Cambodia Looks to Ignite Female Sports Culture

Monday, February 16, 2015

Ahead of hosting the SEA Games the country's Olympic Committee leader is trying to develop more elite female athletes. This means vaulting a culture barrier that currently keeps many parents from allowing their daughters to play sports.

READ MORE >>>

MORE ON ATHLETICS/SPORTS

Saudi Sportswomen Flag Need for More Movement
Tell Her to Play #LikeAGirl and Win at Life
NFL's Domestic Safety Message Heads to Super Bowl
Advertiser's Video Sends a Girl-Positive Message
Dear NFL, Stop Fumbling the Ball on Sex Violence
World Cup is Next Goal for Soccer Teens in Hijab
Women's Ski Jumping Makes Olympic Debut Amid Protest
Shock Over Black Woman in Yoga Class Stirs Outrage
Teen Wrestler in Philly Pinned by Title IX Clause
Israeli Surf Champ Applauds Wave Riders in Gaza

LATEST WENEWS STORIES

Health

In Nepal, Menstruation Can Mean Days in Isolation

Lesbian and Transgender

Pakistan 'Crime' Story Spurs Homophobic Outpour

In The Courts

Stakes Are Huge in High Court ACA Hearing Today

Domestic Violence

In These Cases of Abuse, Her Money Was No Defense

Equal Pay/Fair Wage

Wage Segregation Robs Women in Peak Earning Years

Reproductive Health

Emergency Care Essential to Stop Maternal Deaths

Cheers and Jeers

Net Neutrality OK'd, NYC Short on Girls' Sports

Our History

'Iron Jawed Angels' Was Last Movie to Make Me Cry

Arts

'Hunting Ground' Blows Lid Off Campus Rape

Equality/Women’s Rights

Patricia Arquette (and All U.S. Women) Need ERA Now

RECENT WENEWS STORIES


Athletics/Sports

Cambodia Looks to Ignite Female Sports Culture