You usually see these icon brands flash across your screen during live sport. During this unprecedented time, they are using their resources for good.
The Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) commissioned a national survey called Keeping Girls in the Game: Factors that Influence Sports Participation.
Athletes are always chugging water, sport drinks and energy drinks. Many don’t consider when it is the appropriate time to drink them.
“There are a lot of lessons to be learned from playing sports. Teamwork, leadership, winning, losing, competition – all elements of the workplace, especially in the professional sports world.”
They are some of best the sports reporters in the game. They are role models who help a new generation get in front of the camera.
In 2020, the company that helped close the pay gap for the USWNT will include six women on its packaging.
She is a pioneer for women in sports broadcasting and she’s helping to pave the way for women in baseball.
While pay disparity is still a huge issue in sports, one sport is stepping forward and leading by example.
Women are changing the game in sports. Here are some of the trail blazers and role models that you should know.
Some of the most iconic brands in the world are working to inspire women and girls to participate in sports and promote gender equality.
Peggy Johnson has a big job in the tech industry but still finds the time to run marathons across the world.
Sports broadcasters are a crucial part of every game; they provide commentary, analysis, and give the audience behind the scenes look as to what is going on. Whether they report from the sidelines, studio, or booth, sports would not be the same without them.
Several companies are investing in women and promoting the sports they play.
A corporate attorney during the week, Amelia Boone turns into the most accomplished warrior on the weekends.