The Paralympics are filled with memorable moments—stories of records broken and medals won. We’ve dived into the history books and collected five such stories. The Paralympics may have a slightly shorter history than the Olympics, but that history is still jam packed with incredible feats of strength and speed, and plenty of records broken …
Bowl the Maidens Over, a new book by Louise Zedda-Sampson, gives voice to the story of the first recorded game of women’s cricket in Australia.
Of the 488 Australian athletes headed for Tokyo, 261 are women. Here are some of the women who paved the way for today’s superstars to shine.
This past Sunday—June 13th—was World Softball Day and what better way to celebrate the sport than by exploring its rich and fascinating history!
From the first game to developing pathways, Mary Konstantopoulos explores the story of women’s cricket in Tasmania and the new book that tells the tale.