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Lindsey Darvin, Ph.D. Sep 15
This is why consistent representation of matters. I heard multiple sports broadcasters refer to the celebration of Alabama’s RB Najee Harris as the “Rapinoe.” That’s huge. That’s changing the culture.
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Elaine Buckley 13h
The attendance figure of 56,114 for the 2019 LGFA All Ireland Finals Day is only 1,786 short of the attendance at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final in Stade de Lyon in June. That is WILD.
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Kasey Symons Sep 10
This moment 🙌 Beyond thrilled to see in bronze. A welcome, needed and empowering addition to the movement. Well done NAB in championing this
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Lindsey Darvin, Ph.D. Sep 12
Representation matters. They’ve got action figures!
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Kate O'Halloran 39m
I've written for on what it's like to be a target of trolling online - esp. after the now infamous gaffe. I hope this will help educate some on what women working in media/sport who speak candidly face & how to help.
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Samantha Gann 23h
It’s funny how the news would rather show a men’s team loosing over a women’s team winning.
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Fit Guru Shop 6h
BPA Free Natural Wood Lunch Box
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Danielle Warby 17h
READING: The research shows that "recruitment and selection of women followed a gendered ‘fit’, that is, no young children, well educated, previous high level jobs, flexible personal schedules, and behaved properly, AS DEFINED BY THE MALE LEADERS."
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Chris Davies 3h
It is excellent to see back reporting age-grade at the Ospreys. 💪🏻
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Niamh Morrison Sep 15
Amazing day in Gleneagles Brilliant event on our doorstep. Now come on Europe!
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Lynne Cantwell Sep 12
I’m a sports fan: Men, Women without exception! But female athletes having families during their playing career & returning to play and form is honestly exceptional. Kudos all you great women and the amazing partners at their back❤️ #2020
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Women in Sport Aotearoa 19h
Thanks to our friends at ATEED for hosting a great ‘women in sport’ event at the SuperSprint in Pukekohe! Our CEO was invited to mix with and present to female leaders in NZ sport, incl Andrea Nelson, CE of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021.
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Kandy Activewear 6h
High Elastic Comfortable Fitness Leggings
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Get Ovary It 12h
Replying to @BBCWorld
Female athletes are talented, driven, and tough. They make the game exciting!
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Dan Harbridge 20h
Oy! ! ! ! You're all OK w/ the best pro athletes in your sport using SKATES for 5+ years? This has been how elite players have been forced to get by FOREVER... ...and you know it! Step up already!
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Kellie Harrington Sep 15
Ladies and Gents Nicole Turner who yesterday won her first medal in the world championships
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Open my Sport 13h
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IWG Women & Sport 22h
Fantastic to see three of our IWG Global Exec members get together to talk strategy in Tokyo last week: Fiona Allan, CE of Paralympics NZ & IPC Women in Sport Committee member, Asia Rep Etsuko Ogasawara and Co-Opted expert Lila de Soysa.
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Fit Guru Shop Sep 14
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Theresa Robinson 11h
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