It’s time to get honest about women fighting in the UFC – so Hera Mag‘s Ben Gottlieb grapples with this taboo topic. Continue reading
Miss this morning’s thrilling USA vs AUS match at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup? Don’t sweat it – Hera Mag guest contributor Joshua Mayne has the game’s full match report.
Not all sporting events are created equal. The entertainment, food and all-important atmosphere can make or break a game for any spectator, and being a woman adds a whole new layer of consideration. To find out what women can expect, Hera Mag sent Elena Wewer – first-time live-sport spectator – to men’s tennis, football and NRL. Continue reading
Inequality in TV coverage is the greatest obstacle facing the growth of women’s sport — but netball has discovered a magic formula for making their code successful on the box. Continue reading
Strong is the new sexy? Pffft. Strength has been in vogue for years, according to Hera Mag‘s Adrianna Zappavigna. Continue reading
There’s traditionally been a blokey culture at the National Rugby League … so Hera Mag meets the four high-profile administrators who are changing that. Continue reading
The Matildas kick-off their Women’s World Cup campaign tomorrow in Winnipeg at 9.30am (AEST) alongside the USA, Sweden, and Nigeria in the so-called ‘Group of Death’. But Hera Mag contributor Paul Brown asks the question … how deadly is it, really? Continue reading
Television coverage of women’s sport is at a ten-year low, but as Hera Mag‘s Elena Wewer reports, you don’t need to be a media executive to help change things.
If you’re an athlete struggling with weight, diet and menstrual issues, you shouldn’t be fighting it alone, a leading expert insists.