sexism in sport
The London School of Economics is offering counselling to its students after its rugby team handed out flyers describing
The Vile Abuse of Beth Tweddle Highlights the Unacceptable and Offensive Attitudes Faced By Women in the Public Eye
On Tuesday, Beth Tweddle joined me on Sportswomen, a weekly show I present on Sky Sports News' about women in sport. What immediately followed her appearance in the studio, absolutely shocked and sickened me and my colleagues at Sky Sports, along with many other people... Change in attitudes won't happen overnight but we have to keep standing up for what we believe in. We owe it to women like Beth who have worked so hard to achieve success. And we owe it to the women, like those Rimla works with, who are discovering the positive impact that sport can have on their lives.
A growing sexism row has engulfed some of the world's greatest sports events. As golf's Open Championship became embroiled
Anyone would think that it was Kim Sears who won the women's title at Wimbledon on Saturday, given the amount of media coverage she's received over the past few days. But, lest we forget, that honour belongs to Marion Bartoli. And it was bloody well earned.