Women's sports news
The Outsports Triumph Award winner’s dominant run ended with a Paulista Championship for her new team
She was named the WNBA’s "GOAT" and saw her new daughter come into the world, but the Sky rained on the Mercury in Game 1 of the WNBA Finals.
The out legends are two of the greatest and most consequential players in WNBA history.
The tennis legend tells Outsports that every trans athlete deserves a path to inclusion in women’s sports.
McLaughlin’s win last week was just as sweet for the "Bravest Athlete In History."
Among the 25 players the WNBA identified as the league’s greatest of all time, eight identify as LGBTQ.
A bronze medalist at Rio in 2016, Samuel looks to add a gold to an already golden life at upcoming Paralympics.
Ruby Mae Stewart Xargay was born on Aug. 9, one day after Stewart won gold at the Olympics.
Players crack back on commentator Eddy Demarez for calling one of their teammates "a man" as the team returned from Tokyo.
Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi each won their fifth gold medals.
Great Britain defeated India for the bronze medal, giving Sarah Jones and Leah Wilkinson a lifelong memory.
The U.S. women’s team broke through a week of uncertainty to once again prove why they deserve to be at the podium.
Jolanta Ogar of Poland captured her first medal in her third and probably final Olympic Games.
Two years ago her rainbow shoes made an international statement. In Tokyo she wants her times, jumps and throws to do the talking.
Blocked from her best event by the "Caster Semenya Rule," 18-year-old Mboma is now Namibia’s first-ever female Olympic medalist.
Pull For Pride’s co-founders note Hubbard’s courage today will spark more trans hopefuls tomorrow.
Three failed attempts for the first transgender woman to compete in the Olympic Games
Saunders was placed under IOC investigation after winning silver in the shot put.
The Americans lost their semifinal match but still have a chance to medal when they play for bronze against Australia.
The out Venezuelan champion saved the best for last.
Three matches needed extra time and two needed penalty shootouts, setting up an epic USA-Canada semifinal.
They made a strong statement of support for the LGBTQ community before their dominant win over South Africa.
It may be the quarterfinals, but each of these matches has finals-level intensity
Team USA’s Rashida Ellis enters the 2020 Summer Olympics as a gold medal favorite in Women’s Lightweight Boxing.
Embracing change while staying consistent could lead this middle distance contender to precious metal in Tokyo.
Stewart received some extra hardware on her way to Tokyo, where she’s looking to win her second gold medal.
As the NWSL approaches its 10th anniversary, questions are being raised about what a more inclusive future of the league could look like.
Kayla Miracle has dreamed of representing Team USA an Olympian since she was 4. She’ll fulfill that dream in Tokyo.