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19. LAYNE BEACHLEY

A fear of rejection motivated Layne Beachley to become a world champion and determination, hard work and having the “compassion of a tiger shark” saw this dream become a reality. Layne joins Sam Squiers for a raw and honest chat about what it took her to win 7 world titles, the mistakes she made on tour and how she’s seen women’s surfing change since she was the only girl in the water at Manly Beach.

17. RHIANNAN IFFLAND

A wildcard entry into the 2016 Red Bull Cliff Diving series saw Rhiannan Iffland take out the competition and progress from a rookie to a dominant competitor in the field. Rhiannan joins host Sam Squiers to discuss how she went from performing on cruise ships to becoming a four-time world champion, rebuilding her confidence after injury and how she manages fear when she’s standing at the top of a 20-metre cliff.

14. MEG LANNING

Australian captain Meg Lanning grew up playing cricket with her sister but it was years before the women’s game was broadcast on television and she realised it could be a career for her. Meg joins host Sam Squiers to discuss becoming captain at 21 years old, feeling like an outsider to her own team and the pressure, and triumph, of the 2020 Women’s World Cup.

Podcast “On Her Game” Raw, Open & Honest Conversations with Elite Female Athletes

PodcastOne Australia launches new women in sport podcast to tell the stories of our elite female athletes. Hosted by Sam Squiers

The Good, The Bad and The What’s Next from the NRL’s Plan for a Women’s Competition

It’s an historic day for the NRL as the Women’s League is announced. We break it all down for you – did the NRL get it right?

Best Women in Sport Commercials of 2017

Strong sells not sex sells as we compile the best Women in Sport commercials for 2017

Netball’s Childcare is a Game Changer for Women’s Sports

Netball’s new landmark pay deal isn’t just about the money, it’s childcare policy has changed the game for all women’s sports.

11 Women to Watch at the Rio Paralympics

These women will inspire, captivate and have you jumping off the couch cheering them on while shouting at the TV. And they’re just a handful of the amazing athletes competing in the green and gold in Rio.

Why Women’s AFL Isn’t Just Good Business – It’s Big Business

The AFL has one massive marketable product on its hands. When you think of what Women’s AFL has achieved in just 35 years, imagine the next 10.

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