Q&A with Sally Jenkins
Sally Jenkins spoke about the business of sports in the U.S. She is sports columnist for the Washington Post. Besides following local and… read more
Sally Jenkins spoke about the business of sports in the U.S. She is sports columnist for the Washington Post. Besides following local and national sports coverage, she also writes about issues where sports and public policy intersect.
In addition to writing for the Post, Sally Jenkins has also written for Sports Illustrated. She is the author or co-author of 9 books. Her 2007 book, The Real Americans: The Team that Changed a Game, A People, a Nation, told the story of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School football team. In 2000, she was the co-author with Lance Armstrong on his bestselling book, It’s Not About the Bike. She was part of the team nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for stories about the cocaine-related death of University of Maryland All-American Len Bias in 1986. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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