It's Different for Girls

Media Coverage for Women's Sport

For Deeb it’s not the wins, it’s the people

Mike DiMauro of The Day: Here we are in Connecticut, the home office for the women’s sports revolution, and even here, not enough of us comprehend the spirit of Title IX. As … Continue reading

May 15, 2013 · Leave a comment

Development boost for the women’s game in Oceania

Women’s football in Oceania has been the beneficiary this week with the hosting of the FIFA/OFC Women’s Football Development Seminar over three days in Wellington, New Zealand. Each of the Oceania … Continue reading

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McKenzie to oversee national women’s basketball development team

Fabian McKenzie better have his passport up to date, because he has a busy summer ahead with Canada’s national women’s basketball program. The Cape Breton University Capers women’s head coach … Continue reading

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Commitee on Women’s Athletics requests for Triathlon to be nam “Emerging Sport”

Braden Keith of swimswam.com reports: The triathlon, which is a popular post-high school/college destination for competitive swimmers, has taken an important next step toward becoming an official NCAA sport, as … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S GOLF: Solheim Cup captain Mallon sees sport on upswing

Lee Hayward of the Midland Reporter-Telegram reports: Meg Mallon has seen plenty of ups and downs in women’s golf around the world in the time she has played. She’s seen … Continue reading

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Women in sport: We won’t save Olympic legacy with rounders and Zumba

Lucy Kinder of The Telegraph reports: Bury is a small town in Greater Manchester, which has no more sporting significance than any other town of its size. It has a … Continue reading

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