When Corey Cogdell-Unrein of the United States won the bronze medal match of the women’s trap event at the Olympic Shooting Center on Sunday, Aug. 7, her hometown newspaper, the Chicago Tribune, described her in a Tweet as “Wife of a Bears’ lineman” without mentioning her by name.
When Corey Cogdell-Unrein of the United States won the bronze medal match of the women’s trap event at the Olympic Shooting Center on Sunday, Aug. 7, her hometown newspaper, the Chicago Tribune, described her in a Tweet as “Wife of a Bears’ lineman” without mentioning her by name. Eugene Hoshiko AP
When Corey Cogdell-Unrein of the United States won the bronze medal match of the women’s trap event at the Olympic Shooting Center on Sunday, Aug. 7, her hometown newspaper, the Chicago Tribune, described her in a Tweet as “Wife of a Bears’ lineman” without mentioning her by name. Eugene Hoshiko AP

The Olympics: Women make history and husbands get the credit

August 08, 2016 3:01 PM