Tag: Emily Scarratt

#29) Ten Landmark Moments From 2018

It seems as though 2018 has provided a never-ending conveyor belt of victories when it comes to women’s sport. There was that Commonwealth gold for England Netball, a world silver for GB women’s wheelchair basketballers, Georgia Hall storming to British Open victory, Vicky Holland… Continue Reading “#29) Ten Landmark Moments From 2018”

#14) Tamara Taylor

What is it that defines an athlete as a ‘legend’? Some base it on the number of trophies, accolades and records a sportsperson collects over their career, others on the length of time an individual represents their country at the elite level for. Furthermore… Continue Reading “#14) Tamara Taylor”

#6 Inner Warrior

Sport as we know it may have only existed for less than 200 years but already it has deep rooted perceptions that can be difficult to alter. Some are positive but equally plenty are negative, arguably the most prevalent of which is that women… Continue Reading “#6 Inner Warrior”

After an incredible summer, it’s time to ensure female athletes get the equality they deserve

Just like that, the summer has ended. All of a sudden the days are now duller than watching England at Wembley, the nights longer than Fernando Alonso’s wait to be given a decent car, the suburban streets sparser than the crowd at a county… Continue Reading “After an incredible summer, it’s time to ensure female athletes get the equality they deserve”

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017: The Beginner’s Guide

In just a few days’ time 12 teams will lock horns, scrum down and kick for glory as they battle to win the eighth Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland. With England (also known as the Red Roses) looking to retain the tournament they… Continue Reading “Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017: The Beginner’s Guide”

The Big 2014 Review – Part II

2014 was a year full of sporting brilliance, medals and record-breaking moments. Continuing on from the first part of this review, below are my seven favourite moments from the last year: 7) Brazil’s boys battered The 2014 World Cup saw plenty of spectacular moments,… Continue Reading “The Big 2014 Review – Part II”