Sally Jenkins
Sally Jenkins
Columnist

Sally Jenkins began her second stint at The Washington Post in 2000 after spending the previous decade working as a book author and as a magazine writer. She was named the nation’s top sports columnist in 2003 and 2010 by the Associated Press Sports Editors.

Jenkins is the author of nine books, three of which were New York Times bestsellers, most notably “It’s Not About the Bike” with Lance Armstrong. Her work has been featured in GQ and Sports Illustrated, and she has acted as a correspondent on CNBC as well as on NPR’s All Things Considered.

A native of Texas, Jenkins graduated from Stanford and lives in New York City.

Latest by Sally Jenkins

Why a union is wrong for college sports

Why a union is wrong for college sports

The problems afflicting college athletics are complex and require more than a blunt solution.

Huskies pick apart Fighting Irish

Huskies pick apart Fighting Irish

Connecticut shows why it is a major cut above the competition with a dismantling of Notre Dame.

These two plain don’t like each other

These two plain don’t like each other

Notre Dame’s Muffet McGraw and
U-Conn.’s Geno Auriemma dispense with empty pleasantries.

In Music City, a sad tune

In Music City, a sad tune

Maryland women’s basketball falls flat on the game’s biggest stage, losing to Notre Dame in Nashville.