The U.S. Soccer Federation says "market realities" explain the pay gap. Others say it's institutionalized sexism.
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- The U.S. women's soccer team recently won its fourth World Cup title.
- The U.S. women's team has been far more successful than the men's team in recent years, yet men still receive higher pay.
- All 28 players on the U.S. women's team have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation over claims of unequal pay.
It's far earlier than most teams currently do.
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- A 2018 study used data from the 2015–2016 NHL season to conduct an analysis on the advantages of pulling the goalie.
- The results suggest the optimal time to be about three times earlier than convention calls for.
- The authors believe the results have implications in areas outside of hockey, such as investing.
Any exercise is better than none, but no one wants to waste their time in the gym. Learn how to get the most out of your workout here.
- Not everyone wants the same thing out of a workout session. We each have our distinct goals.
- We should keep in mind that pain doesn't always mean gain.
- You are much more likely to succeed in your exercise goals if you hold yourself accountable by writing down your intentions and plans.
There are places in our solar system where you can fly.
- Both the moon and Mars have a weaker surface gravity than the Earth does. The result? You don't weigh as much on either celestial body as you do here.
- On a moon called Titan that orbits Saturn, the gravity isn't as strong as Earth's, but the atmosphere is much thicker. In this world, it would be possible to strap wings to your arms and fly around.
- On a low-gravity moon called Miranda, just off the space coast of Uranus, there are cliffs that are many miles high. It would be possible to jump off a cliff here and fall very gently to the bottom.
Did a poorly understood ancient civilization somersault over charging bulls?
- The Minoan civilization, which existed on the island of Crete nearly 5,000 years ago, produced a treasure trove of artwork showing a unique sport or ritual: men leaping over charging bulls
- Scholars have argued over whether the Minoans actually performed this dangerous activity, though the evidence seems to suggest that they did.
- If so, modern bull-leaping sports, such as those practiced in France and Spain, may have their roots in ancient Minoa.