The Strong Woman Label – An Analysis

Photo by Jordan Donaldson | @jordi.d on Unsplash What do you know about Naomi Osaka? That she is a fierce tennis player, who has four Grand Slam titles under her belt and whose playing style is described as powerful and aggressive? Or that she is the most talented player of her generation? And that the … Continue reading The Strong Woman Label – An Analysis

Social Media Boycott

Arsenal's Wilian takes a knee prior to their match against Wolverhampton Wanderers in November 2020. Picture by: Holly Allison. This weekend the football world is boycotting social media in a digital protest against the abuse and bullying that is continuously allowed to take place on such platforms and the lack of action taken by social … Continue reading Social Media Boycott

Women’s Football In The UK: Missing Appreciation

A general view of play. Barclays Women’s Super League match between Chelsea Women and of Tottenham Hotspur Women at Stamford Bridge in London, UK - 8th September 2019 Women's football in the UK has been on the rise over the last few years. From the development of the Women's Super League (WSL) into a full-time … Continue reading Women’s Football In The UK: Missing Appreciation

“We are students of life” – the words of an Olympic gold medallist

Being an Olympic gold medalist is certainly not a feat just anyone can achieve. David Smith, 2012 Olympic gold medalist for Team GB in rowing, is more than just an athlete though. A man who has achieved sporting greatness, the pinnacle you could say, is also a man of inspiration off the race course and … Continue reading “We are students of life” – the words of an Olympic gold medallist