Chip Kelly racism: Hang Up and Listen on the record-breaking Katie Ledecky, accusations against the Philadelphia Eagles coach, and WNBA star Elena Delle Donne.

What Elena Delle Donne Says to People Who Can’t Stand to Watch Women Play Sports

What Elena Delle Donne Says to People Who Can’t Stand to Watch Women Play Sports

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Aug. 10 2015 8:03 PM

Hang Up and Listen: The How Does He Even Have a Computer? Edition

Slate’s sports podcast on record-breaking swimmer Katie Ledecky and accusations of racism against Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly. Plus, an interview with WNBA star Elena Delle Donne.

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In this week’s episode of Slate’s sports podcast Hang Up and Listen, Stefan Fatsis, Josh Levin, and guest panelist Mina Kimes of ESPN the Magazine are joined by the New York Times’ Karen Crouse to discuss record-breaking swimmer Katie Ledecky, the 18-year-old American who just won five gold medals at the world championships in Russia. They also talk about Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly, who’s been accused of racism by a group of disgruntled former players. Finally, they talk to WNBA star Elena Delle Donne about where she learned her shooting touch, how she markets herself, and what she says to people who hate women’s sports.

Here are links to some of the articles and other items mentioned on the show:

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Hang Up and Listen’s weekly Helen Wainwrights:

Mina’s Helen Wainwright: In praise of backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, the NFL player with the best life and the best Twitter account.

Stefan’s Helen Wainwright: Remembering Frank Gifford, the object of Frederick Exley’s affection in the sports classic A Fan’s Notes.

Josh’s Helen Wainwright: Before the Internet and before the ESPN ticker, there was Sports Phone.

On this week’s Slate Plus bonus segment, Josh Levin talks to pro tennis player Irina Falconi about breaking in a new doubles partner, why she had a dip in her results a couple of years ago, and how her mother motivated her to succeed. Visit slate.com/hangupplus and try it free for two weeks.

Podcast production and edit by Zack Dinerstein.

You can email us at hangup@slate.com.