New research finds fewer than a third of girls (29%) dream of reaching the top of sport compared to half of boys (52%).
Deaf teenage girls are at increased risk of dropping out of sport and face additional barriers to participation than hearing girls.
1.3 million teenage girls who once considered themselves as ‘sporty’ are dropping out of exercise and activity after primary school. Find out how we can change that.
Girls are hearing harmful stereotypes that make them feel like they don't belong in sport as early as five years old.
Research in partnership with Yorkshire Sport Foundation to understand how teenage girls feel about being active outdoors in their local parks and green spaces.
Too many girls are disengaging from sport and exercise in their teens. Read our research to understand the challenges and how we can overcome them.
Far too many women in midlife are missing out on the social, psychological, and physical health benefits of being active. Read our research to uncover the barriers and understand how we can break them down.
Find out how teenage girls' activity and exercise levels were impacted by the Covid-19 lockdowns.
Women in Sport's research into how lockdown impacted women's exercise and activity levels.
This resource brings together key insight across Women in Sport research on how to market sport and physical activity to women effectively.