Our Lionesses expressed the joy and freedom of playing team sport during the Euros that so many women and girls are missing out on.
Women in Sport co-founder and former England Hockey captain, Anita White OBE gives her reaction to an incredible summer of women's sport.
The cost-of-living crisis is likely to worsen inequalities, with women in under-served communities bearing the brunt of its impacts.
Currently, there is no public record of how much public money is being spent on girls’ and women’s sport and leisure, versus men’s and boys.
Before looking at the 2022 women's euros it is important to look back on how the women's game has evolved and got to where it is today.
Just 12 per cent of women have cycled at least twice in the past 28 days – almost half the number of men (22%).
2022 has felt like a turning point for women’s sport as more people tune in to the value it brings.
Sport is inherently physical, so the different physiologies of the sexes matters. We explore the option for safe and fair sport for all.
Women in Sport has appointed Lisa West to head up its advocacy and consultancy work as it looks to drive further change on behalf of women and girls.
Whether your challenge is 1000 miles or 10 miles, go for it, be brave, get on your bike and set yourself free!