When did commentary change from analysis of sport to analysis of women? And why are we so quick to scrutinise the female athletic body, yet so happy to commend the dedication of men? Hera Mag‘s Alana Meaney reckons it’s time to cut the crap and get back to discussing the important stuff: sport.
We’re seeing more and more women enter the traditionally male domain of body building – but negative stereotypes still shadow women who desire a more muscular build. Continue reading
Hera Mag‘s Alana Meaney sits down with the Matildas as our Girls in Gold put their finishing touches on preparations for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada.
The federal government has given women’s sport a huge shot in the arm, providing $400,000 to fund 700 participants in the Sports Commission’s Women Leaders in Sport programme. Continue reading
Tennis balls bounce. Vibration plates jiggle. Scores go up and down. All of the above, Hera Mag‘s Alana Meaney does not want for her boobs – so she reviewed the best and worst of sports bras. Continue reading
Netball has come a long way since the sport was known as ‘women’s basketball’, so Hera Mag sat down with legends Neeta Matthews and Cheryl Rugg to discuss the growth of the sport over the years.