Award-winning sports journalist Nancy Armour interviews icons, Olympians, and trailblazers in this eight-part series exploring how women have revolutionized sports as we know it, and the ripple effects they have on society as a whole. USA TODAY Sports is joined by Laurie Hernandez, Muffet McGraw, Nneka Ogwumike, Doris Burke and more. These women are journalists, coaches, and athletes from a variety of sports, including football, gymnastics, soccer, and BMX freestyle. Each have had very different lives and careers, but every single one of them offers fresh and interesting insight into how women have fought to shape the world of sports, and what they think still needs to be done. From the pressbox to the podium, this is how women are Changing the Game.
To this day, Doris Burke misses being a coach. She misses the chance to work with young women, and help build their confidence through sports. And yet, as a lead analyst for ESPN, a broadcaster whose voice – and talent – is recognized by players, coaches and those watching the games, Doris is still helping to shape young women. And men. In Episode 4 of Changing the Game, Doris Burke explains how the little things add up to make a big impact.