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30. CHLOE DALTON

Two years before the Rio Olympics Chloe Dalton Googled “list of Olympic sports” and switched from professional basketball to the Australian Rugby 7’s team to take a chance at  winning a gold medal. Chloe joins Sam Squiers to discuss achieving her Olympic gold medal dream, managing anxiety and insomnia alongside professional sport and what she wants to achieve with The Female Athlete Project.

26. ELLA SABLJAK

Growing up with a rare nerve condition meant Ella Sabljak could write her own rules for what she could achieve. Ella joins Sam Squiers to discuss falling in love with wheelchair basketball as a kid (but not getting to play until later in life), missing out on the 2016 Rio Olympics and how she’s helping to make school sports more inclusive.

Is This WNBA Ad the Best Commerical for Women in Sport?

The WNBA nails it with this spine tingling, inspiring commercial for the playoffs. Is this the best commercial ever for Women in Sport?

Will Basketball Change its Parenting Policy?

Abby Bishop is back in the Opals squad after being forced out because of BA’s controversial policy. Will it change? We catch up with the star following an incredible year both on & off the court.

Sportette’s Annual Women in Sport Wish List

Sportette has asked the most influential athletes and administrator their wish for the women in their sport for next year and in five years.

Sandy Brondello’s Shock at the Women’s Game in Australia

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.

Do Women’s Sports Suffer Stockholm Syndrome?

The tide is starting to turn in how women’s sports are being reported, but sporting organisations need to do more to promote their women’s teams and stop committing media suicide.

The Woman behind Australia’s latest NBA Star

Cameron Bairstow has been signed by the Chicago Bulls in the NBA but he wouldn’t have made it there without a very special woman.

Who’s Left Holding the Baby?

Netball QLD CEO Anna Carroll responds to Basketball Australia’s “Parenting Policy” that led to Opals Star Abby Bishop quitting the national side.

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