Ahead of next week’s Open Championship, which will be held at Muirfield, a club that bans women from membership...
Sue Tibballs comments on her decision to stand down as CEO of the Women's Sport and Fitness foundation.
The Football Association commemorates 20 years of running women’s football on Monday 8 July with a document to inspire more girls to get involved in the game. As part of the 150th year celebrations The FA have joined forces with The Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation to produce ‘Kick Off Your Career’.
The new Women’s Sport Network, bringing together professionals who are passionate about women’s sport. The Network will provide a forum for discussion of the challenges facing women’s sport such as media profile, the need for more female leadership in sport and the lack of investment in women’s sport.
Responding to the latest figures from Sport England’s Active People Survey, Sue Tibballs, CEO of the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation said: “It’s great to see that the Olympic and Paralympic Games have had a positive impact in getting more people playing sport, particularly young people..."