It's Different for Girls

Media Coverage for Women's Sport

Singapore to host WTA Championships

Singapore will be the last stop of the WTA tour from 2014 to 2018. The city beat off competition from Tianjin, China and Monterrey, Mexico. The tour will finish up … Continue reading

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Victoria Pendleton: Women’s cycling is big business since Olympics

Ahead of Global Women’s Cycle Day on Sunday, Emma Sinclair looks at how stars from Victoria Pendleton to Laura Trott are helping to push the business of women’s cycling – … Continue reading

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Ladies, Want Women’s Sports To Get More Attention? Pony Up

Senior Writer for Sports Illustrated Frank Deford shares his views on media coverage of female sports: “Not to excuse the media, but the reality is that most attention is given … Continue reading

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Liberty Insurance Announce Sponsorship of Camogie

LIBERTY INSURANCE, news sponsors of the All-Ireland Hurling Championship, will also sponsor the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Camogie Championships and will be involved in programmes to develop the sport. Read … Continue reading

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Oman’s women set sail for Olympics

Simon Roger of the Guardian reports how the government of the Arabian Gulf sultanate is charting a course for women at the helm of its plans for sporting success. “Oman … Continue reading

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Legends of womens sport honoured in Mayo – Duo praised for their extraordinary talent, skill and singlemindeness

Two legends of Irish sport have been honored in County Mayo for their achievements. Former athletics star Sonia O’Sullivan and gaelic footballer Cora Staunton were honored by Castlebar Town Council. … Continue reading

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WTA serves up women’s tennis for 40 years

It’s forty years since Billie Jean King formed the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). Bill Wilson, business reporter with the BBC, looks at how the organisation has progressed since its formation … Continue reading

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