It’s Women’s History Month.
What? You didn’t have it on your calendar?
Well, ESPN has you covered. The Worldwide Leader will start a month-long celebration of women’s sports on Sunday morning during Outside the Lines (8 a.m. Oklahoma time) with an investigation about the under-reporting of concussions in young female athletes. That will be the first of many stories, including an interview with Oklahoma women’s basketball players Courtney and Ashley Paris.
There will also be a women’s sports marathon on ESPN Classic on March 14. The shows will explore everything from Title IX to Danica Patrick.
Already, ESPN.com has a page dedicated to women’s sports. On it, you can read stories about well-known female athletes Billy Jean King and Michelle Wie as well as lesser-known ones such as Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir and Melanie Oudin.
Check it out, and celebrate Women’s History Month.
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