Olympic leaders testify Title IX hinders some sports
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Leaders of Olympic programs testified Tuesday before a special commission of the U.S. secretary of Education that a federal law requiring gender equity in school sports has hindered some men's athletic programs.
They said the programs suffer because the law, Title IX, forces colleges to cut some men's sports, such as gymnastics and wrestling, to make room in the budget for female athletic programs to meet quotas.
"I say it is unfair to eliminate one ...
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