Female athletes celebrated nationwide for contributions to humanity, Title IX

  Throughout the United States this week, women have been celebrated and lauded for their significant contributions to humanity and athletic achievements. Paying homage to legendary champions, girls on the local field and unsung heroines of sport, the Women’s Sports Foundation, Women Sports Film Festival and Women’s Sports Museum have rightfully spotlighted women and girls in sport. “This year marks … Continue reading Female athletes celebrated nationwide for contributions to humanity, Title IX

Women’s Sports Foundation hosts Athlete Leadership Connection for athletes, by athletes

Two years ago the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) hosted the first-ever Athlete Leadership Connection , a full-day event dedicated to advancing and inspiring champion women athletes. The Connection provides participants an opportunity to gain unparalleled insight and interactions with sports and business industry leaders. “I had such an amazing experience. It’s really neat to hear that all these women who … Continue reading Women’s Sports Foundation hosts Athlete Leadership Connection for athletes, by athletes

Powered by the Women’s Sports Foundation, Chevrolet GoalKeepers Project inspires and empowers next generation of female leaders

https://www.facebook.com/ChevroletFC/videos/1106359526171740/ The Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) recently announced Chevrolet as a national partner and the official automotive sponsor of the organization founded by Billie Jean King, one of the 20th century’s most respected, influential champion for social change and equality. The leading authority on the participation of women and girls in sports, the Foundation is … Continue reading Powered by the Women’s Sports Foundation, Chevrolet GoalKeepers Project inspires and empowers next generation of female leaders

Diversity & Inclusion in Sports: Anderson’s success serves as opportunity to highlight Africans’ contributions to tennis

“Sport has the power to change the world,” Nelson Mandela said addressing the first Laureus World Sports Awards Ceremony in Monaco, in 2000, the South African prisoner-turned-president provided supporting evidence to state his claim. “It has the power to inspire,” he said. “It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. Sport can create … Continue reading Diversity & Inclusion in Sports: Anderson’s success serves as opportunity to highlight Africans’ contributions to tennis

PHOTO & VIDEO GALLERY | An American Tale: Kevin Anderson’s US Open journey highlights S. Africans’ influence on American, global tennis

Later today in the 20-year-old Arthur Ashe Stadium, on the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center campus, America’s second oldest major sporting event will come to a conclusion. South African Kevin Anderson will take on Rafeal Nadal. Check out a few photos and videos of the good 'Old Boy.' https://twitter.com/kwesesports/status/906403651341754368/photo/1 https://www.instagram.com/p/BI3DkNRA-Gw/?taken-by=realifetennis https://www.instagram.com/p/BYzuLXfh9Op/?taken-by=usopen https://www.instagram.com/p/BY0x9ucFVd6/?taken-by=kandersonatp https://www.instagram.com/p/BY0_zVkBYkJ/?taken-by=usopenContinue reading PHOTO & VIDEO GALLERY | An American Tale: Kevin Anderson’s US Open journey highlights S. Africans’ influence on American, global tennis