Liz Clarke

Sportswriter for the Washington Post

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In ancient Greece, women were barred from Olympic competition under penalty of death.  In the Paris revival of 1900, they could only wear clothing that covered their legs.  
 In 2012,…

Women Break New Ground at London Olympics

In ancient Greece, women were barred from Olympic competition under penalty of death.  In the Paris revival of 1900, they could only wear clothing that covered their legs.  In 2012,…

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