Recurring questions regarding women's sports are where do we go from here and what it will take to get there? Satisfying everyone involved will take time and a good game plan.
espnW Summit Day 2
Kayla McCulley attended the espnW Summit as the essay-contest winner. Now, inspired by her experience in Tucson, McCulley is resolute about making the world better for present and future female athletes.
The best part of the espnW Summit? For contributor Sarah Spain, it's being a part of a team committed to women's sports and athletes.
Former NCAA lacrosse player Kayla McCulley won a trip to this year's espnW Summit. Here are her thoughts so far.
The Notre Dame basketball player is getting used to her new role.
The Olympic swimmer met one of her idols last night -- Michelle Kwan. Here's what it meant to her.
From Michelle Kwan to Lisa Leslie -- there was lots to love about the opening day at the Summit.
Summer Sanders is turning the inspiration she feels post-Summit into action. Here's what she's planning.
Olympic hopeful Kathryn Bertine seeks to answer this question at the espnW Summit
espnW contributor Jane McManus wants to bring much more coverage to women's sports.
ESPN TV analyst Jackie MacMullan has worked at places where writing about women's sports had to happen on her own time. Now times are changing, finally - here's how to get more women's coverage.
Sage Steele, the espnW Summit emcee, takes a look at this year's events.
Olympic gold medalist Michelle Kwan on how the lessons she's learned in figure skating have helped her throughout her life.
The fourth annual espnW: Women + Sports Summit will be held Oct. 9-11 at the St. Regis Monarch Beach at Dana Point, Calif.