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Women in rugby: a story of changing perceptives

Rugby has long been known as a “men’s game”. The reasons often quoted for this are physicality, injuries, and competitiveness. But this mentality is being challenged by the growth of…

Successive Grand Slams no surprise for dominant Red Roses

England’s wide margins of victory against all but their nearest rivals France paint a picture of dominance. Another title secured with a game to spare. A team which appears far…

Swiatek and Nadal triumph at French Open

On Saturday 10th October, Iga Swiatek caused a major upset by winning the French Open and becoming the youngest champion at Roland Garros since Rafael Nadal in 2005. The 19-year-old…

Four female icons to inspire change in sport after lockdown

In recent years, female athletes have worked tirelessly to change perceptions and uproot the tired prejudices they have faced throughout their entire sporting career. In 2019, funding was finally starting…

Women-only series launched as F1 aims to find new female stars

A new women-only motorsport series has been launched with the intention of identifying potential future Formula One stars. The series, which is set to be launched in 2019, has been…