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Some great images from Saturday's Playing for Kicks 5-a-side football tournament, organised by Boiler Room Ladies FC and supported by Kick It Out and The Football Supporters' Federation. Playing for Kicks is a tournament made for women by women, and Women in Sport
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No plans this Saturday?

Get down to the Lucozade Powerleague Shorditch and support the Boiler Room Ladies Football Club first five-a-side football tournament #PlayingForKicks

Playing For Kicks: A 5-a-side Charity Football Tournament with a difference. Made For Women By Women.

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With Women Sport Week just TWO WEEKS away, we've teamed up with 1Rebel and Fempower to create a very special one-off Girl Power Ride session to raise funds for Women's Sport Wednesdays.

For £20, you can join 1Rebel trainer and
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Our final #GoGirl of Rio 2016 is Clare Balding...what a fantastic presenter across both the Olympic and Paralympic Games. So professional and passionate...sharing highlights, explaining rules and classifications so everyone could join in!

Our final #RealGoGirl is Lizzy Roberts. Lizzy
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Today's #GoGirl is Helena Lucas. Securing bronze in the 2.4mR class in Rio consolidates her position as Britain's most successful sailing Paralmpian. Her second successive podium finish at a games after her gold in London 2012.

Our #RealGoGirl is Charlotte
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Today's #GoGirl (or should that be #GoGirls?) are Hannah Cockroft MBE and Kare Adenegan for taking Gold and Bronze respectively in the T34 800m, helping ParalympicsGB to surpass their London 2012 medal tally.

Our #RealGoGirl is Women in Sport's very
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Our #GoGirl is Sophie Christiansen. A 7 time Paralympic champion
Sophie secured her 6th and & 7th Gold para-dressage medals in Rio last night. She led a one-two in the grade Ia championship test ahead of team-mate Anne Dunham and
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Gold in the KL1 Kayak 200m for Jeanette Chippington takes her #Paralympic medal tally up to an incredible 13! An outstanding athlete having already competing at 5 previous consecutive games in swimming. Undeniably a #GoGirl.

Our #RealGoGirl Hannah Dobbin was
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Our #GoGirl is Libby Clegg who won gold medals in both T11 100m and 200m. She holds the world record for both events as well.

Our #RealGoGirl is Val Childs. Val is now an instrumental volunteer for Sport in Mind.
Comments Sue Bennett Love our val Valerie Childs x Women in Sport
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The final countdown is on – we are exactly three weeks away from the launch of Women's Sport Wednesdays, which means there is still time to organise your fundraising event to take place on October 5th, the very first Women's Women in Sport
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Our #GoGirl is @Susie_Rogers, smashing it in the pool yesterday with a Gold in 20m butterfly S7 in a personal best time! Was incredible to watch and what a reaction!

Our #RealGoGirl is Valerie Copenhagen. Valerie represented GB at the
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The fantastic Joanna Butterfield has broken a new Club Throw F51 world record to win Gold and become Paralympic Champion at Rio. Huge congratulations Jo! #GoGirl

Our #RealGoGirl is Claire Lomas who was the first to cross the finish line
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Our Paralympics #GoGirl is Kadeena Cox.

She took cycling gold in Rio and made history, becoming the first Brit since 1988 to win medals in two sports at the same Paralympic Games!

Our #RealGoGirl is tennis player Jan Donnelly.

Jan
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Today's #GoGirl is Ellie Robinson who won Gold in the S6 50m Butterly at just 15 years old!

Today's #RealGoGirl is Lynda Howard, a fell runner, who takes part in 10k runs and half marathons, as a member for Tideswell
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Dame Sarah Storey is today’s #GoGirl who, after winning her twelfth gold medal, has become our most successful female Paralympian. What a fantastic achievement!

Today’s #RealGoGirl is award winning Sam James Fitness, a Clubbercise professional trainer who runs ‘ability’ sessions
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Today's #GoGirl is the incredible Tanni Grey-Thompson. Who has won 11 Paralympic gold medals in her wheelchair racing career. Not only an inspiration to many but a mentor to current Paralympic hopeful Jade Jones. We look forward to hearing her Women in Sport
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Calling all-female sports teams! Our friends at the Exercise Movement and Dance Partnership have an exciting opportunity as part of Women’s Sport Week.

If you’re part of a sports team that plays in London, Sussex or Surrey, let them know
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One month TODAY we launch Women's Sport Wednesdays.

We are calling on our supporters to get together, get active and raise funds to help us transform sport for the benefit of every woman and girl in the UK.

Sign up
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This month, we head to Nottingham for our #InsightOnTour series.

Our three hour workshop focuses on how best to make the most of role models for the benefit of women and girls in sport - especially after such a successful
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“We are proud to be raising money for Women in Sport, a charity that we as a team firmly believe can change the representation of women’s sport"

Could your sports club support Women in Sport, just like Boiler Room Ladies
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With only 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 girls doing enough exercise to stay fit, healthy and happy, could you host a #WomensSportWeds fundraising activity to help us transform sport for every woman and girl in the UK.

Comments Christina Drake wow is it really that low!?Amanda Jurin Jonas Bartle Danielle Beesley Women in Sport
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How can you, your organisation, your sports club leverage the influencers and role models from the Olympics to benefit women and girls in sport?

Come along to one of our workshops to find out: http://bit.ly/2bi7RYr
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Do you want to help more women and girls enjoy the physical, social and health benefits of playing sport and physical activity?

We are tourning the country, offering our expertise and insight to help you do just that. Check out
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We recently tried out Yoga as part of our A-Z of sport. We loved it so much, we're going back tomorrow for another free session at lunch time.

Join us! http://bit.ly/2bM7MK2
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We are looking forward to today's 'Women in Sport' held by Foyles at Charing Cross Road.

A conversation with Hope Powell and Sarah Shepherd, will be chaired by our Director of Engagement and Campaigns, Nicola Miller.

Our Women's Sport Network
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Now, more than ever, is time to ensure the wants and needs of women are considered when planning your sport and physical activities.

Our #InsightOnTour events across the UK will empower and equip you with the latest insight to help
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Following a historic Olympic Games in Rio for Team GB, Women in Sport proudly unveils a series of events and webinars using insight and research.

These are specifically designed to empower and equip even more people to transform sport for
Comments Wendy Russell Webinars bookedEasyPoli Increasing access for women and girls in sport helps build social confidence and promote greater social integration. #easypoli
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With only 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 girls doing enough exercise to stay fit, healthy and happy, #WomensSportWeds aims to help transform sport for every woman and girl in the UK.

And it's realy easy for you
Comments Women in Sport Whether with your team-mate, colleagues, family or family; anyone cant get involved! http://bit.ly/29ZD8yG Women in Sport
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'What role does sport play in women's careers and leadership?'

We will be discussing this very topic at our Sport for Success event alongside Investec at Lord's Cricket Ground during Women's Sport Week. Join our Women's Sport Network and attend
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Our #GoGirl and #RealGoGirl line up side by side in our Hall of Fame.

Thank you Rio 2016 for helping us showcase some brilliant role models. We look forward to re-starting the campaign again on 7 September, throughout the Paralympics.

Comments Kwema How many female athletes participated in Rio? 1000, 3000, 5000, more? Check out this great infograph http://goo.gl/h8OJXR Women in Sport