More than a tennis story: Sunshine Super Girl is challenging inequities and enabling inclusive possibilities

Sunshine Super Girl, a performance piece by Andrea James about Evonne Goolagong Cawley, is important. Michelle O’Shea, Megan Stronach and Hazel Maxwell share why. Last month as part of the Yarruwala Wiradjuri Cultural Festival, in the regional town of Griffith, Sunshine Super Girl, the story of Evonne Goolagong Cawley’s life, made its world premiere.  Goolagong …

Profiling Kelly Defina

Continuing our profiles of women in sports photography, Siren’s Deakin University intern Brielle Quigley introduces us to photographer Kelly Defina. After starting her career in fashion, Kelly Defina swapped runways for muddy fields and long, hot days spent courtside anticipating when the magic would happen, and magic it is. With an uncanny ability to read …

Introducing Halftime Huddle

Siren is thrilled to announce our first official collaboration – introducing: Halftime Huddle! Halftime Huddle is Sarah Burt and Taylor Capannolo, a podcast team with a passion for women in sport, sharing stories and great conversation. No wonder we wanted to team up with them! When Siren formed, we co-founders were determined to make Siren …

10 women’s sport documentaries and films to add to your must watch list

With all the anticipation and hype around the new documentary, The Last Dance we thought it would be a great time to look at some documentaries and films that focus on women in sport. It’s no surprise that alongside low mainstream media representation, there are very few sporting documentaries featuring women.  ESPN’s 30 for 30 …