Playing for the Matildas has been Alanna Kennedy’s dream since she was ten years old. Alanna joins host Sam Squiers to discuss the changes she’s noticed in the women’s game since she joined the Matildas as a teenager, missing the game-deciding penalty at the Rio Olympics and playing for the Tottenham Hotspurs in the UK Super League.
As the daughter of two World Champions canoe slalom athletes, Jess Fox has been in the water since she was six months old. Jess joins Sam Squiers to discuss making her Olympic debut at 18, leading the way for women in her sport and how it felt to break her parents’ records to become the greatest individual paddler of all time.
PodcastOne Australia launches new women in sport podcast to tell the stories of our elite female athletes. Hosted by Sam Squiers
Women’s sports is having a huge impact on social & sporting landscape but that influence isn’t restricted to little girls but is shaping a new generation of young boys.
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?
Strong sells not sex sells as we compile the best Women in Sport commercials for 2017
Sportette Founder Sam Squiers describes why her passion to change the sporting landscape for the next generation is stronger than ever after the birth of her little girl, Imogen.
Are women more susceptible to injuries than men? Plus Sam tackles the taboo subject of periods, do they really affect performance?
WARNING: it takes more than one good year for change and we’ve actually been down this path before and it didn’t lead to parity or prosperity.
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