They're so much alike.
It will go a long way toward reducing the hostility toward lesbian and gay athletes and coaches that results in harassment and discrimination and negatively affects team unity. It has a lot of really good impact.
I think the public's more understanding now of the gay and lesbian issue. It's much more sophisticated than it was two or three decades ago.
It wouldn't surprise me if we saw something next season. It is an Olympic year [and some athletes have commitments to their national team], so that is something everybody is going to look at. But as a student of business plans, I feel good about the approach. Nobody is panicking. Nobody has got their head in the clouds or under ground.
She's as good as I've ever seen, as far as presidential material. President of the United States. That's how good she is.
They're great athletes saying 'I want to test my mettle at the highest level and see if my short game can compete against the big hitters,' ... They're getting the attention because they're the underdogs, hitting the 4-iron when the guys are hitting the 8.
There's no legitimate reason the sexes should be separated in racing. All Patrick is doing is showing that she belongs.
I liken her to this era's version of Billie Jean King.
The racial/ethnic sub-group to benefit the most from sports participation is Latina girls, ... There's no question that if we can solve the problem of parental support ... and create a more nurturing, motivating environment ... that we can make some great contributions to Hispanic girls in terms of their future health and well-being.
If the proceeds are used to provide extraordinary benefits for a men's program that are not also provided for women, then that's going to be a problem with Title IX.