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A CBS News Investigation points out more female athletes are experiencing concussions
Briana Scurry is interviewed by CBS News for segment on gender gap in concussion research
After a traumatic brain injury left her in terrible pain and unable to work, the legendary goalkeeper had to pawn her Olympic gold medals.
NPR's Juana Summers talks with soccer great Briana Scurry about The Only, a new Paramount+ documentary about her stardom and struggles
The American soccer trailblazer’s new memoir touches on her World Cup glory and the darker spaces between
Briana Scurry joined MPR News host Angela Davis to share stories about her newest book "My Greatest Save".
Sirius XM with Gayle King
Soccer star Briana Scurry was forced to let go of her proudest possession in order to move past the worst moment of her life.
The law helped paved the way for the Black goalkeeper to knock down barriers with her talent, determination and grit
Former US Women's National Team goalkeeper Briana Scurry talks new memoir
“Writing this book made me truly appreciate our summer of 1999,” she said.
Briana Scurry joins Jake Tapper to discuss landmark equal pay deal and forthcoming memoir
Soccer Players on U.S. Men’s and Women’s National Teams Get Pay Equity for the First Time.
Briana Scurry draws from her own experience to discuss the USWNT's ongoing fight for equal pay.
Briana shares her favorite moments from the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
Briana Scurry chats with Ian Bremmer about the USWNT and their fight for equal pay.
Olympians competing in their home countries may have a "home field advantage." Briana Scurry discusses her experience with this phenomenon.
Briana Scurry featured in story on the USWNT's win against Australia that led to their bronze medal in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
Briana Scurry joins Don Riddell to discuss the USWNT at the Olympics as well as Simone Biles taking a step back for her mental health.
Briana Scurry discusses Simone Biles' withdrawal from competing and her experience recovering from a career-ending concussion.
Briana Scurry paved the way for goalkeeper Adrianna Franch, the first African American goalkeeper on the USWNT since Scurry.
Bri Scurry chats with John Vause on examining double standards in athletes' dress codes.
Briana Scurry and Stephanie Ruhle discuss mental health and Simone Biles' withdrawal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics
As a retired USWNT goalkeeper, Briana discusses current goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher's performance and role on the team.
Briana Scurry talks USWNT Olympic roster and relives the team's 1996 and 1999 accomplishments.
When it comes to demonstrations at the Olympics, 2021 is the year of women. Briana Scurry weighs in on athletes' activism.
Briana Scurry discusses Team USA, COVID-19, protests and more with MSNBC's Alex Witt.
Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Briana Scurry shares her insight on this 2021's unusual and unprecedented Olympic Games.
With rising controversy surrounding women's Olympic uniforms, Briana Scurry weighs in on the double standards female athletes face.
Briana shares Olympic soccer analysis on BBC World Service Radio.
Briana Scurry and wife Chryssa Zizos discuss their investment in Washington Spirit.
As the 2021 Olympics approach, Briana Scurry talks training, the possibility of postponement and the extra energy fans bring to the game.
Briana Scurry joins MSNBC to discuss the upcoming 2021 Olympics and gender equity in sports.
Scurry and her wife were the first people to join the Washington Spirit investor group that soon grew to include two former first daughters.
The daughters of former U.S. presidents were joined by 40 other new investors, including Olympians Dominique Dawes and Briana Scurry.
Spirit assistant coach Briana Scurry told Reuters the investment group is a testament to the progress women’s soccer has made in the US.
American soccer has many pioneers, but it is difficult to find one player with a legacy...
Trinity Rodman, a Washington Spirit first-round draft pick, arrived Jan. 21 with her belongings, her mom and her famous last name.
Briana scurry rocketed to fame after the 1999 women’s world cup, but it was her overall body of work and positive impact on her teammates...
The two-time Olympic gold medalist and 1999 World Cup winner is the first black woman and first female goalie to be inducted. The idea...
I didn’t grow up a huge soccer fan. I played basketball and tennis — sports that had their stars’ faces on Wheaties boxes and on the cover..
Briana Scurry faced the highest of highs and lowest of lows during her legendary career, but her resiliency led to a role as an advocate...
U.S. women’s team goalkeeper Briana Scurry blocked a penalty shootout kick by China’s Ying Liu during overtime of the World Cup Final at...
Briana Scurry was the starting goalkeeper for the U.S. women’s national soccer team for years, including during its 1999 World Cup...
Briana Scurry talks about the chances of the women’s soccer team to win gold again and the concerns they might have about Zika.
When the U.S. women’s soccer team won the World Cup last year, there were celebrations and acclaim for their achievement. But five members..
Women’s contact sports such as soccer and ice hockey, where head injuries are frequent and inevitable, recently have come under increased...
Retired U.S. goalkeeper, two-time Olympic gold medalist and World Cup champion Briana Scurry explains how female players have always had...
Five members of the US women’s national soccer team have filed a wage-discrimination complaint against the US Soccer Federation, citing...
When the Briana Scurry awoke at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital on Oct. 18, the headache that had hijacked her life was gone...
As a member of the team that won the World Cup in 1999, it was an amazing experience to watch the U.S. win against Japan Sunday night.
Briana Scurry joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the upcoming match, and whether the league should reevaluate its policies on head injuries.
Briana Scurry joins us to discuss the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup and #WhatsWorking to prevent concussion.
As the FIFA Women’s World Cup gets underway, many are hoping the perceived culture of gender inequality in soccer will come to an end.
The 2015 Women’s World Cup opens Saturday. NPR’s Melissa Block talks to former goalie Briana Scurry about the U.S. team’s prospects.