Sport

  • People

    Serena Williams accuses umpire of sexism after court outburst at US Open final

    "He's never taken a game from a man because they said 'thief'"

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • Life

    This female tennis player’s warning has sparked a sexist debate

    "No matter a woman’s achievements with her body, many men will only ever see it first and foremost as an explicit sex object"

    Posted by
    Megan Murray
    Published
  • Life

    This Fan Girl is challenging the male dominated football fan identity, one game at a time

    This feminist football community is empowering female fans all over the UK

    Posted by
    Megan Murray
    Published
  • People

    Serena Williams reveals the heartbreaking truth behind her career-worst loss

    “I couldn’t shake it out my mind.”

    Posted by
    Susan Devaney
    Published
  • Visible Women

    Who is Georgia Hall? Meet the winner of the Women’s British Open

    Hall, the third Brit ever to win the prestigious tournament, hopes to inspire more women to get into golf.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Life

    6 places to try open water swimming in the UK

    Say hello to your new favourite post-work pastime

    In association with
    Nike Swim
  • Woman Tweeting on phone
    Long Reads

    A woman was fired for Tweeting about abortion in Australia

    This is a chilling case for anyone using social media to speak out

    Posted by
    Hannah-Rose Yee
    Published
  • Life

    Women’s football team flies economy while men’s squad sits business class

    Come on, Barcelona FC – this is ridiculous.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Food

    How to host a feast for the Wimbledon and World Cup finals

    From cocktails to picnics, make sure you're feasting in style

    Posted by
    Lizzie Pook
    Published
  • serena williams sexist wimbledon traditions mrs husband name
    Opinion

    Why does Wimbledon still refer to female tennis stars by their married names?

    It’s an archaic tradition that erases women’s achievements. Can we consign it to the history books already?

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published