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Fair play or foul? Uncovering the gap between women’s and men’s sports

Recently, the disparities between female athletes and male athletes have become more clear in certain sports. From being under-covered in the journalism world, to receiving criticism for their actions during games, some have expressed that women in sports do not get the credit they deserve. With March Madness in full swing, even though women’s basketball has recently increased in viewership, the difference in treatment of male and female athletes persists. Join WSPN’s Bella Schreiber, Tina Su and Hallie Luo as they discuss the gap between women’s and men’s sports at the professional, college and Wayland High School level.
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Join WSPN’s Bella Schreiber, Tina Su and Hallie Luo as they discuss the gap between women’s and men’s sports at the professional, college and Wayland High School level.
This story contains an alternate format that can only be viewed on the original site. View this story on Wayland Student Press. It was originally published on April 4, 2024.

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