The University of Clemson recently arrived at a historical settlement with athletes on the track and field and countryside teams, which is believed to be the first time an institution rejoined to the intercolegial athletic programs of men As a result of a claim made under federal law designed to create sports opportunities for women.

Athletes threatened to present a class action claim against Clemson in March, months after the university cuts the equipment due to a $ 25 million budget deficit in the athletics department. University officials said the deficit and decision were motivated by the pandemic of Coronavirus and that they considered other factors such as "compliance with gender equity and Title IX," according to a letter from November to the Athletic director's campus, Dan Radakovich Cutting the equipment would save the $ 2 million apartment annually, he wrote.

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