Girls from across more than 300 primary and secondary schools in England will have the chance to be recognised for their work to inspire more girls in their school to get active, through the 2019 Girls Active Awards. The Awards, now in their third year, are a celebration of the work girls 8 to 18-year-olds […]
Dame Katherine Grainger, is the Chair of UK Sport. She was appointed to a four-year term in April 2017. A former rower, Grainger is the first British woman ever to win medals at five successive Olympic Games.
Individuals from across the sports and gender equality sector came to the Museum of London for Women in Sport’s Empower conference last month. Here are some of the highlights.
New research from leading charity, Women in Sport, highlights the continued lack of visibility of women’s sports coverage across five European countries.
A quick summary of our Small Changes, Big Difference research in partnership with British Blind Sport.
See how you can get involved with Women’s Sport Week 2017.
With just over five weeks to go until the 2017 London Marathon, Women in Sport’s runner, Isabelle, is close to reaching her £1,500 fundraising target and has clocked up her longest-ever training run of 19 miles.
We’re a small team, but we’re doing big things, and we’ve got an exciting vacancy to join us as a Sport Partnerships Manager – Activation.
Response to Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement that Primary Schools in England are to be given an extra £150m per year sports funding until 2020