Katrina Gorry is Asia’s best footballer but leads very different lives back home to abroad. When overseas she can live every female footballer’s dream.
Christina Saenz de Santamaria is no daredevil, nor adrenalin junkie. She finds beauty in fear. One of the world’s leading freedivers she’s now taking it to a whole new level. No Limits Diving.
Plus size, Leah Gilbert was always too afraid to call herself an athlete until she realised similar young girls need a realistic not popular idea of what an ‘athlete’ looks like.
Sportette has asked the most influential athletes and administrator their wish for the women in their sport for next year and in five years.
WNBA Coach of the Year Sandy Brondello has played & coached at the highest level but says the women’s game in Australia hasn’t developed & isn’t promoted the way it should.
Meet the bravest cyclists in the world. They’re risking everything by daring to break a major social taboo…to ride.
Sophie Alexander was 11 years old when she first took to the water sailing and soon found herself travelling the world and being crowned World Champion.
These are the most powerful women in world sport. They play vital roles in some of the biggest sports organisations and clubs in the world, smashing the glass ceiling of sports administration.
She’s called the “Female Folau” but the Rugby 7s star Ellia Green wore the green and gold for another sport as she made her way on the Road to Rio.
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