Candid discussion on societal beauty standards as women in sports | Fifty/50 Somos Latinas

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Moderated by ESPN Deportes’ Katia Castorena, Somos Latinas features a candid discussion about body image, cultural notions about hair, and the experience of motherhood. The panel includes Olympic gold medalist Mónica Puig, Paralympic gold medalist Nicky Nieves, Olympic bronze medalist and WBC Flyweight champion Marlen Esparza, SEC Gymnast of the Year Luisa Blanco, and UFC fighter Joselyne Edwards.

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