Women in Sport encourages the nation to get together, get active and raise money for Women’s Sport Wednesdays.
Women in Sport proudly partners a new national campaign to encourage and support disabled people, along with their friends and families, to become more active.
Leading charity Women in Sport, along with Sport England, National Governing Bodies, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and major broadcasters have announced the date for the UK’s second Women’s Sport Week.
Women in Sport Chief Executive, Ruth Holdaway, responds to the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers’ vote to continue to exclude women from its Muirfield course.
Statement on investigation by British Cycling into allegations of sexist comments.
Women in Sport uncovers new ways to inspire girls to play school sport and close the shocking gender gap.
Chief Executive of Women in Sport, Ruth Holdaway, responds to comments made by Novak Djokovic and Raymond Moore about equal pay in men’s and women’s tennis,
Latest research shows that positive steps in gender diversity at board level are not supported by sustainable workforce development
New research and practical guidelines published today by leading UK charity, Women in Sport, aims to provide sport with the means to engage more effectively with women and girls and increase the number of women playing sport.
Today’s Active People Survey data clearly demonstrate that a major new approach is needed to improving the country’s levels of sport participation.