NCAA is under fire after photo leaked of their weight room facilities. Now feminists are angry at the differences between NCAA women’s weight rooms and men’s weight rooms at March Madness Bubble. The pictures convey that NCAA doesn’t value women’s sports at all.
How NCAA Women’s Weight Rooms Compare to Men’s Weight Rooms at March Madness Bubble
Photos leaked by Ali Kershner show the NCAA women’s weight room had one rack holding dumbbells that was sitting by a cheap picnic table. In contrast photos leaked of the Men’s weight room showed an expensive assortment of various weight machines in a massive building.
Here is a picture of the NCAA women’s weight room at March Madness Bubble.
Here is the photo of NCAA Men’s weight room leaked by Coach Alan Bishop.
NCAA Vice President Lynn Holzman Reacts to NCAA Women’s Weight Rooms vs Men’s Weight Rooms Controversy
NCAA Vice President Lynn Holzman released a statement blaming the stark differences between Men’s and Women’s weight rooms on the “controlled environment” of the March Madness Bubble. In her message she said, “We acknowledge that some of the amenities teams would typically have access to have not been as available inside the controlled environment”. She then confirmed that they working to improve the facilities available to women as the March Madness tournament continues in San Antonio, Texas.
It’s really sad what female athletes go through at all levels of sports. Enough is enough, and it’s time to start treating them with the same respect that male athletes get. They are putting in work daily too.