Sally Hancock, the Chair of Trustees at Women in Sport, has announced her intention to step down from the role at the end of her four-year term in November 2017.
Girls Active won the most inspiring national initiative at the #BeAGameChanger Awards at the Troxy in London last night.
We’re delighted that the Girls Active scheme has been nominated for the national initiative #BeAGameChanger award with the awards ceremony taking place tonight in London.
We are pleased to announce that Professor Simon Chadwick has been appointed as a trustee to the board of Women in Sport.
In January 2017, with the kind support of TAG Heuer, Women in Sport was able to offer one supporter a place to run in the 2017 London Marathon. Isabelle Jones was selected as the lucky recipient and we have been following her journey to finishing line. Read on to find out how it went...
With the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon on the horizon, runner Isabelle Jones gives us an update on the final stages of her preparation and how the support of friends and family has helped to get her to the start line.
Abacas Netball Club stole the spotlight on last week’s Women’s Sport Wednesday, hosting a netball & prosecco evening in Corby, Northamptonshire.
The Girls Active Camp aims to inspire a new host of teenage girls to become role models within schools, helping them to shape how they could make PE and physical activity more appealing to peers.
Women in Sport are delighted that our Trustee, Susan Young, has been selected as One to Watch on the Northern Power Women ‘Future List’.
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.