Tag Archives: women’s athletics

Why I never run from liberal instincts

By Christopher Cudworth As kids we played sports in the neighborhood and at the local pool. One of the key things I recall is that we always worked to make the teams fair. There would be arguments at times over who … Continue reading

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Being a pussy is not what it used to be

By Christopher Cudworth Walking out of the health club after a weight workout last night, I overheard a friend call across the parking lot to a young man entering XSport. “Diego’s a pussy,” he teased. His friend laughed and they … Continue reading

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Rachel Johnson is a runner, Nordic skier and Ultimate player who knows how to chill

18-year-old Rachel Johnson exemplifies the growing diversity of interests among female athletes in America. In fall she’s a runner competing for Robbinsdale high school in Minnesota high school cross country. From November through February she hits the snow with the … Continue reading

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