Uniforms have more meaning than what we wear

Deakin University journalism student Felicity Smith looks at some recent—and not so recent—commentary on women’s sports uniforms and the control over women’s bodies. Uniforms are significant—historically so. Uniforms in sport are there to identify, to unite, to unify the player with the watcher. Athletes can use them to show pride, either in their country or …

Katie-Rae Ebzery talks Tokyo, Leadership & Visibility

Katie-Rae Ebzery talks about the Tokyo Olympics, her role in the Opals leadership squad and visibility for women’s basketball with Siren Collaborator Mary Konstantopoulos. The twelve women selected to represent the Australian Opals at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games are an incredible group. The squad includes some of the most talented and dynamic basketballers in …

Boomers and Bubbles: Christy Collier-Hill on the WNBL’s return

General Manager of the Melbourne Boomers, Christy Collier-Hill talks WNBL preparations amidst the pandemic and Ezi Magbegor’s WNBA journey. When I call General Manager of the Melbourne Boomers, Christy Collier-Hill for a chat about Aussie women’s hoops, she’s just watched Australian Ezi Magbegor play for the Seattle Storm in their win over the Connecticut Sun. …