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Atlanta is Awarded Super Bowl LIII Following Deal's Veto of Anti-Gay Bill

SPORTS | By John Riley | May 29
Atlanta is being richly rewarded with the chance to host a Super Bowl following a skirmish earlier this year over a bill that was being pushed by some lawmakers in the Georgia legislature.

Tampa Bay Rays Got Pride

SPORTS | By John McDonald | May 14
LGBT baseball fans in West-Central Florida have a chance to show their support next month for the Tampa Bay Rays.

#morethanmean :: Female Sports Reporters Discuss Abusive Tweets, Harassment

ESPNW's Sarah Spain was tired of abusive online attacks by men towards female reporters so she helped create a PSA where men read mean tweets targeting women.

Women's Soccer Stars Demand Equal Pay and Treatment

SPORTS | Apr 3
Stars Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Becky Sauerbrunn and Hope Solo filed the wage discrimination complaint.

Jordan Spieth and Lexi Thompson on Golf and Drive, Chip & Putt

SPORTS | Mar 15
Spieth and Thompson are the top male and female American golfers.

Maria Sharapova Career in Limbo After Failing Drug Test

SPORTS | Mar 8
Two major sponsors, Nike and TAG Heuer, are cutting ties with the tennis superstar.

Super Bowl 50: Cam Newton's Carolina Panthers Take on Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos

SPORTS | By Mike Halterman | Feb 6
If you're a big football fan, you're on pins and needles waiting for the 50th annual Super Bowl match-up coming up on February 7. Here's what to know going in.

'What If' Moments That Defined Super Bowl Legacies

SPORTS | By Will Graves | Feb 4
For five decades, Super Bowl legacies have been cemented or destroyed thanks to a sometimes fluky confluence of luck (good or bad), hubris (looking at you, Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell) and the random bounce of a ball.

The San Diego Armada :: Al-Inclusive Rugby

SPORTS | By Cameron Stevens | Jan 30
The San Diego Armada have been using the rough and chaotic game of rugby to build strong community ties throughout Southern California and beyond for ten years.

Schools Ease Athlete Penalties for Marijuana

CORPORATE | By Eric Olson | Dec 28
At least one-third of the Power Five conference schools are not punishing athletes as harshly as they were 10 years ago for testing positive for marijuana and other so-called recreational drugs.

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