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SI.com: Frank Deford: Rough economic times hurt women's sportsupdated: Wed Jul 29 2009 17:38:00

The Ladies Professional Golf Association is like the NAACP -- both are a bit retro in their language. Nobody says "colored people" anymore, and, at least in sports, "ladies" is passe. Apart from golf, the females playing professionally today are not L's, but W's -- women: the WTA, the WNBA, and so forth. After the old joke: that is no lady, that's my athlete.

SI.com: Andrea Canales: WPS makes its case; now, will people come see it?updated: Mon Apr 06 2009 14:24:00

The world's best soccer player scored two goals Sunday in ... Bridgewater, N.J.

Fortune: Women's Soccer League Will Have Trouble Scoringupdated: Mon Apr 16 2001 00:01:00

Behind the new Women's United Soccer Association, which debuts this month, are two sets of players: the triumphant athletes from the 1999 U.S. World Cup team, led by superstars Mia Hamm and Brandi ...

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