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Edie Windsor is the LGBT champion in a landmark case for gay marriage. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty mages for Logo TV)
Jane Little, a bassist with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, held the record for the longest professional tenure with a single orchestra. (Photo by CNN.com)
Ella Mae Corbet, 100, a retired teacher from South Carolina, set an unofficial world record in her age group for the 100 meter dash. (Photo by today.com)
Former NC State women’s basketball coach Kay Yow (left) and former Tennessee women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt were pioneers in women’s sports. Both died way too soon. (Photo by thequad.blogs.nytimes.com)
Le Anne Schreiber was the first female sports editor at the New York Times.(Photo courtesy of espn.go.com)
Billie Jean King is one of the greatest leaders for equality in the history of women’s sports. (Photo by prime.com)
Entertainer Tina Turner, still rocking at nearly 77 years old, taught us all what it means to survive domestic violence. (AP photo by Hermann J. Knippertz)