Instead of being relegated to a sideline reporter — or the lone women on a traditional all-male sports-talk format — these women take center stage, tackling diverse topics including domestic violence, concussions and a much-maligned Men’s Health article advising dudes how to talk sports with girls.(Spoiler: the fairer sex doesn’t care about stats.) “WNTT” is wrapping its first season — and, on Saturday, will air a special broadcast episode on CBS (1 p.m.).When Torres realized the swimsuit could not be repaired, she asked officials for a delay so the swimmer, Sweden's Therese Alshammar, could change.
Seated: (from left): Dara Torres, Dana Jacobson, Swin Cash, Laila Ali, Katrina Adams and Lisa Leslie.
It’s expected to return to its CBS Sports cable home in the spring with new episodes.
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The UNMC Department of Orthopaedic Surgery hosted former Olympic swimmer Dara Torres as the Harold and Marian Andersen Lecturer at this year's orthopaedic resident graduation ceremony last week.
Torres, a 12-time Olympic medalist and a former world record-holder in three swimming events, spoke to a full room at the Sorrell Center about a topic near and dear to her heart -- swimming.