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Official Site of the U.S. Olympic Team Explore
A general sports site, co-produced by CNN and Sports Illustrated. Includes links to information on pro and college sports, a multimedia section where you can listen to athlete interviews and even see videos of games, and games that you can play online. The site is searchable, though you have to scroll to the bottom of the first page in order to see the link to the search feature.
Another general sports site, including information on a variety of team and individual sports, including the usual football, baseball, hockey, etc., as well as extreme sports, NASCAR, horse-racing & more. The site provides: opportunities to chat with athletes, frequently updated headline stories, audio & video clips, online games that you can play and online surveys that you can take. Some of these features require that you download RealPlayer, a free plug-in.
This timeline provides an extremely thorough history of women in sports, from the Games of Hera in 776 B.C. to the Williams sister's dominance in tennis. Chances are, you'll find everything you ever wanted to know about women's achievements in sports on this site.
Keep up with your favorite Olympians between games. This site includes athlete blogs, news of current competitions, as well as archives of results from past Olympic Games.
The Official Site of the Olympic Movement
The Olympic Movement is an organization responsible for bring together sporting organization a around the world in agreement with the Olympic Charter and International Olympic Committee (IOC). Find information on event winners back to Athens 1896, current events, even get advice from an “Olympic Personal Trainer”.
Olympics: Science of the Sporting Life
With funding from the National Science Foundation, the Why Files helps you explore the interactions of sciences and the news of the day. This Olympic page delves into the science of health and biomechanics as it relates to sports. This is only one of many articles that take you on a learning adventure.
Women and Girls in Sports
From controversies over equality in men's and women's college sports to a campaign to save Title IX (which prevents discrimination based on gender), this website provided by the Feminist Majority Foundation gives information on how to take action.
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