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Women in Sport has appointed Stephanie Hilborne OBE as its new chief executive. Hilborne, who is currently CEO at The Wildlife Trusts, is an experienced ... More
A number of sportspeople have been recognised for their work in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list. David Gill, former Manchester United chief executive and ... More
Ruth Holdaway chief executive of Women in Sport, is leaving the charity to take up the role of CEO of Tennis Victoria in Australia. Holdaway ... More
Research by UK-based charity Women in Sport suggests that there remains a lack of visibility of women’s sports coverage even among developed nations. The research, ... More
Sport should focus on having more women leaders, in order to bring about cultural change within the sector, according to equality charity Women in Sport. ... More
The London Football Association (LFA) has moved towards a more representative board, with a third of its newly appointed members coming from black, Asian and ... More
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Sports national governing bodies with low female representation on their boards should make changes immediately and not wait for vacancies to arise, according to Women ... More
Women who play sport are more likely to progress to senior management roles at work, according to a new study. Presented by equality body Women ... More
Equality body Women in Sport has received backing from banking specialist Investec to compile and publish a report examining the role sport plays in progressing ... More
Equality body Women in Sport will launch a fundraising campaign to encourage more females into physical activity during the second Women’s Sport Week. Starting on ... More
Improving gender diversity on the boards of sport governing bodies is likely to be addressed prominently in the government’s sport governance code, according to the ... More
One-hundred-and-fifty girls who do not take part in regular physical activity will attend a three-day camp of sporting activities set up by the Youth Sport ... More
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More than 40 men and women involved in sport were recognised on the New Year Honours List, with Heather Rabbatts and AP McCoy awarded a ... More
Male teams competing in next year’s ICC Twenty20 World Cup stand to earn 93 per cent more than their female counterparts – although the sport ... More
The first government review on sport strategy in a decade included a number of initiatives which will have ramifications for the sport and physical activity ... More
Family and friends – rather than role models – are the most powerful “influencers” in getting women to take part in sport. A new report ... More
A flurry of events around International Women’s Day (8 March) have pressed the message that more still needs to be done to even up the ... More
Almost half of UK 16-year-old girls say their fondness for sport and activity is being hampered by having to wear their school PE kit, according ... More
There has been a small increase in the percentage of women occupying roles on England's sports governing bodies (NGB), according to the latest Trophy Women? ... More
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