Janet Guthrie left a career as an aerospace engineer to compete in professional racing. She became the first woman to compete in a NASCAR superspeedway race, then the first woman in the Indy 500. She came in ninth in the Indy 500 -- though she had a broken wrist. Badass.
She shoots, she scores!She shoots, she scores! A spot in the Hockey Hall of Fame that is. Yes you read it correctly, women have finally made it in the eyes of gate keepers at the Hockey Hall of Fame....more
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"Great Outdoors Month" - Article about women getting out and participating in sports like motorcycle riding, hunting, fishing, etc-- activities that used to be the sole domain of men.
The year my aunt Joan graduated from high school, Congress passed the Education Amendments of 1972, the most famous section of which may be Title IX, which sought, among other goals, to guarantee high school and college athletes like Joan had the same opportunities as their male counterparts. For Joan, it worked well. By 1976, she had earned her first Olympic medal in rowing, the first year women were allowed to compete in the Olympics.
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