We pick 10 players set to star at this summer's Netball World Cup.
Dame Sarah Storey is keen to see the introduction of a “tiered” structure into women’s road cycling.
Shelley Kerr thinks clearer pathways for ex-players will see more female bosses at the sharp end of the women’s game.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has played down the prospect of Danica Patrick driving for the new team next season.
The Women’s World Cup 2015 kicks off on Saturday but organisers continue to face questions related to the FIFA crisis.
Natasha Jonas believes initiatives like Women’s Sport Week provide opportunities for girls and young women.
Lucy Garner is looking forward to racing in front of some of the biggest crowds in cycling at the Women’s Tour of Britain later this month.
Charlotte Edwards says the growth of women in cricket has made the game unrecognisable from the one she started playing.
Five-time World Player of the Year Marta sees no reason why a woman cannot succeed Sepp Blatter as FIFA president.
Sarah Hunter will captain England in the absence of Katy McLean in the forthcoming Rugby Super Series in Canada.
Jennie Price is thrilled Sport England's This Girl Can campaign is changing how women playing sport are perceived.
Gary Neville supports Women's Sport Week and reveals his first-hand experiences of the difficulties women in sport face.
Glasgow City lifted the Scottish Women's Premier League Cup for a fourth consecutive year after a 2-1 extra-time win over Hibs.
Check out this howitzer from the halfway in a clash between Glasgow City women and Hibernian Ladies.
Women's Sport Week is the ideal opportunity for women from ethnic minorities to participate in sport, says Rimla Akhtar.
UK Sport has announced their performance targets for British athletes as the build-up towards Rio 2016 continues.
Manchester City Women boss Nick Cushing says partnership with local university underlines the value of women's football.
Sky Sports News HQ presenter Natalie Sawyer celebrated Women's Sport Week by doing a Twitter Q&A for Women in Sport.
Laura Trott has told Sky Sports News HQ that her sights are now “definitely set" on the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
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