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Women In Sports

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Sharmila Thasarathan

on 15 January 2014

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Transcript of Women In Sports

Women in Sports
Media Coverage
Naming Athletes
Funding in Sports:
Men vs. Women
Title IX
Should women be allowed the same opportunity as men in sports?
Title IX
is a legislation that allows equal opportunities for girls and women both in athletics and academics (1972)
By: Sharmila, Domina & Kumarie
Before After
1 in 27 females competed in high school sports
primary sources of physical activity for women were square dancing and cheerleading
no college scholarships awarded to female athletes
1 in 2.5 females compete in high school sports
female athletes are now offered athletic scholarships
seperate entrances to the school for males and females
males and females can enter through the same entrances
medical degrees received by women rose from 9% to 38%
law degrees earned by women rose from 7% to 43% in 1994
Before After
Annie Oakley
Gertrude Ederle
Babe Didrikson Zaharias
Wilma Rudolph
Billy Jean King
Cheryl Miller
Joan Benoit
Nancy Lieberman
Jackie-Joyner Kersee
Median Spending Per Athlete, NCAA Division I FBS Schools
Female Broadcasters
On the Move
Girls @ Play
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