Talking Point: S1E3 - Lisa Ingarfield & Nancy Hogshead-Makar
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December 20, 2017
Lisa Ingarfield and civil rights advocate Nancy Hogshead-Makar discuss the legal, systemic and cultural structures behind the athlete-coach relationship that provides an environment for sexual abuse to go unchecked and exploited by abusers. They unpack the work that is being done to prevent it and by educating our communities, coaches, athletes, parents to shift the culture around sexual abuse in sport. Nancy is a 1984 Olympic gold medalist swimmer, and the chief executive officer of Champion Women, an organization that provides legal advocacy for girls and women in sports. Full show notes and links are on the show page of our website at For more conversations from the world of women’s sport visit us at and follow us on social media @WiSPsports. WiSP Sports Radio is the world’s largest network of podcasts for women’s sport with more than 700 episodes across 30 shows and a global audience of 1.5 million, and is available on podcast players such as iTunes, TuneIn,…