In 2012, Lia Neal, an African-American and Chinese-American woman, became the second Black woman to qualify for an Olympic swimming team — and now she, and her friend/fellow swimmer, are making history again. Neal — who won the Bronze medal in the 2012 games — qualified for the Olympic swim team on July 3 alongside her Stanford

  Serena Williams won Wimbledon last week, tying Steffi Graf’s record of 22 Grand Slam wins and setting the record for being the oldest woman to ever clinch a major title — a record she herself had previously set. She’s been on the professional tour for two decades and is showing no signs of slowing down. She is probably the greatest tennis player

 Which fitness apps or websites do you use the most for at-home workouts?  Based on your responses, one thing is really clear: Well+Good readers like to sweat, whether they have time to hit a Spinning class or can only fit in a quick workout between the couch and the coffee table. We tallied up the