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.
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.
Since when did being a girl become an insult? Here are the 5 common, yet damaging, sayings that should be cut out forever. And yes, you probably say them too!
There have been plenty of attempts at a Women’s Tour de France in the past but this is the first in the social media era – how you can ensure it’s not scrapped again!
Wally Lewis believes a female will coach in the NRL. As sport’s glass ceiling begins to break, Sportette investigates how far the female coach can rise.
Sally Fitzgibbons speaks to Sportette about life, love and the endless battle to change old school attitudes ahead of a defining week for women’s surfing.
The easy, yet vital, steps the NRL needs to take to progress Women’s Rugby League and to help the national team, the Jillaroos.
Netball QLD CEO Anna Carroll responds to Basketball Australia’s “Parenting Policy” that led to Opals Star Abby Bishop quitting the national side.
They are the moments that inspired generations of female athletes, administrators, journalists and fans. Sportette provides our own list of the top ten moments for Women in Sport
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