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Title IX: WNBA owner among women athletes running businesses

50th anniversary of Title IX this year

Seattle Storm co-owner Ginny Gilder, center, cheers and claps as she sits courtside alongside other attendees.
Seattle Storm co-owner Ginny Gilder, center, cheers as she sits courtside on May 18, 2022, at Climate Pledge Arena during a WNBA basketball game between the Seattle Storm and the Chicago Sky in Seattle. As Title IX marks its 50th anniversary in 2022, Gilder is one of countless women who benefited from the enactment and execution of the law and translated those opportunities into becoming leaders in their professional careers. (Photo by Ted S. Warren/AP News)
By Tim Booth AP Sports Writer
SEATTLE — Ginny Gilder wasn’t well versed on what Title IX meant until she was a freshman at Yal

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