This week, the government published its response to the Independent Review of Women's Football.
12 months on from the publication of Reform 25, we welcome the ongoing commitment to change British Gymnastics are showing.
With the government's aim of getting more people into work, it's important we talk about gendered health inequalities and how sport can help level the playing field.
The historic exclusion of women and girls from the high-profile team sport of rugby is an injustice with far reaching consequences. We welcome the publication of the Independent Review of the Welsh Rugby Union, chaired by Dame Anne Rafferty.
My daughter Harriet, died very suddenly in March this year, at the age of 25. She was an embodiment of kindness, a spirit that radiated warmth, and a soul that lived life to its absolute fullest.
Sport is there for us, through thick and thin. Meet Bhavini and Shreya, a mum and daughter duo who have mastered spending #TimeTogether.
When I was younger, girls didn't play football. Now, me and my daughters are only two short of our own five-a-side team!
Sport, and particularly team sport can give women and girls community for life. Where else can you experience the camaraderie, joint endeavour and combined work ethic that team sport brings?
When was the last time you truly connected with your daughter?
When will women’s bodies be celebrated for what they can do, not what they look like?