England Youth Boxer, Billie-Jean, 16, talks about the barriers to pursuing a career in boxing, influencers and her ambitions in the sport
Jayne Allen, PE teacher at Highfields School in Matlock, Derbyshire, talks about the impact sport can have on girls’ both in and out of the classroom.
The sector’s first business development programme launches.
Women’s Sport Network member, Hilary Lissenden was recently appointed onto England Boxing’s board and writes exclusively about female ‘real models’ drive growth and diversity in boxing.
World and European Champion Taekwondo star, Bianca Walkden, blogs about her year in the sport for Women’s Sport Week 2015.
SPORT SECTOR TEAMS UP WITH GOVERNMENT AND MEDIA TO CELEBRATE FIRST EVER NATIONAL WOMEN’S SPORT WEEK
Week of activity will seek to raise profile of women’s sport at all levels across the UK
The Netball Europe Open Championships 2015 start today – and for the first time, all of the competition’s matches will be available on live-stream!
Women in Sport welcomes the appointment of John Whittingdale as Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Tracey Crouch as Minister for Sport and Chris Bryant as Shadow Secretary for Culture, Media and Sport.
We hope that the new Government will demonstrate a real commitment to the continued development of women’s sport in this Parliament
Women in Sport responds to comments on the development of women’s football made by FIFA President Sepp Blatter in an interview with BBC Sport