The Olympics have always been a celebration of nationalism and pride. Athletes compete with high hopes of earning the respect…
This article centers around Military B.R.A.T. and TCK Mia Hamm and her journey to becoming one of the most recognized and appreciated female soccer players.
Olympic gymnast and record-breaker Nadia Comăneci began traveling for athletics as a child, and later forced to leave Romania due…
The USWNT began preparing for a lawsuit against the USSF in hopes of reducing the gender discrimination that is evident in the sports industry.
A dual citizen of Nigeria and New York, U.S. (her parents emigrated from the former to the latter), Jessica Matthews invented the Soccket Ball, a soccer ball that captures and stores motion-based, off-grid, renewable energy (M.O.R.E) to electrify underserved communities in the developing world, when she was just a junior at Harvard University.
Celebrities from all over the world face challenges in their everyday life, but Kobe Bryant used his TCK background to propel him into a basketball G.O.A.T.
After decades of demands for democratic reform, the recent Hong Kong protests have created a citywide chaos in an attempt to make the cause a known worldwide issue. Their cause has the potential to impact the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the International Federation of Association (FIFA) in the near future.
2018-2019 NBA champion, Serge Ibaka, used his CCK upbringing to form a relentless motivation to play professional basketball and become a champion.
Better known simply as “Shaq”, basketball great Shaquille O’Neal is also a TCK, and those experiences have helped him navigate the diverse world.
More than fundamental societal institutions, sports can be transformative spaces for revolutionary inclusion and profound social impact — as long as we open our eyes to the multitudes of intersectional identities.