Sarah Storey: A Paralympian Heroine
Although April has passed, here at the Inclusion Post we believe in acknowledging inspirational female athletes year around. And we couldn’t honour women in sport without taking a moment to celebrate the multitalented, multiple gold medalist Dame Sarah Storey.
The History Of Women In Sport
The problem with women in sport isn’t just the fact that they are underrepresented and undervalued. But that despite being as good, if not better than their male counterparts the majority of sports women were rarely given the same opportunities.
Jeanette Kwakye: Sprinting Towards Broadcasting
This month, we’re celebrating women in sport. And few better have demonstrated how success is possible if you have passion and perseverance than Jeanette Kwakye.
Not Just A Pretty Face: The Rise Of Female Sport Presenters
It’s no secret that women are largely underrepresented in sports, and female sport presenters are even more so. Why? Sexism and misogyny are definitely to blame here.
Achieving a Career Golden Slam: How Serena Williams Has Transformed Tennis
Serena Williams is undeniably one of the best female athletes of our time. Ranked singles world No. 1 for over 300 weeks, Williams has continuously proved her place among the greats in sport.
Sally Gunnell: Hurdling Towards Gold
Sally Gunnell OBE DL is undoubtedly an inspiration to any aspiring female athlete. She is the only woman in sporting history to simultaneously win all four major competitions
5 Inspirational Female Paralympians
There have been many impressive female athletes over the years, but female Paralympians have often been overlooked.
Will English football ever have an out player?
With out and proud sportsmen in almost every other sport, why in 2022 do we not have a male footballer flying the rainbow flag in the Premier League?
Andrew Watson: Football’s Forgotten Hero
Among his many titles, Andrew Watson was the first black man to play football internationally, the first black man to captain for Scotland, the first black man to win a major Cup competition, the first black man to be appointed as a football administrative, but above all Andrew Watson helped form football as we know it today.
Raheem Sterling: An Outspoken Voice Against Racism
One of England’s most esteemed and well respected footballers, Raheem Sterling, is a superb athlete with astounding personal resilience.
18-year-old Emma Raducanu wins The US Open
British tennis player Emma Raducanu was just eighteen years old when she shocked the world with her US Open victory.
Hannah Mills, Plastic Pollution and Sailing Sustainability
Hannah Mills is not only a British Olympic champion, she is also a leading figure in the fight against Plastic Pollution.
Dina Asher-Smith: A Disappointing Olympics but a Bright Future
Dina Asher-Smith had a disappointing Tokyo 2020, but she is looking to help the experience springboard her into the 2021-2022 season.
Emma Hayes: Fighting for the Recognition Women’s Football Deserves
Emma Hayes continues to rack up the trophies, while also showcasing that women are more than capable to dominate the footballing world.
Gareth Southgate: The Key to Inclusive Leadership
Inclusive leadership and empathy are two key components in England’s success. We cover how Gareth Southgate implements these ideas into his management.
Manchester Hero: Marcus Rashford’s Victories on and off the Pitch
Manchester United’s forward (Marcus Rashford) is single-handedly changing the nation both on and off the pitch.
Alex Scott: Representation in Sports Punditry and Journalism
Footballer, pundit, and British sports presenter Alex Scott MBE has had a spectacular career in sports, on and off the field.
Sir Lewis Hamilton: A Voice of Reason and Representation
Sir Lewis Hamilton is a remarkable British figure who has global fame for being a record-breaking Formula One driver, the only Black F1 driver in history, and a racial justice activist.
Hometown Heroes: Celebrating the Pillars of Our West Midland Communities
2022 will see the return of the Commonwealth Games to Britain. This time the host privileges have been given to Birmingham and the West Midlands.