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In this award-winning podcast Sue Anstiss talks to trailblazers in women sport. These are the individuals who are knocking down barriers and challenging the status quo for women and girls everywhere.

Along with openly sharing their historic careers, what drives them and how they’ve dealt with tough challenges, each episode explores key issues for equality in sport and beyond.

We’re incredibly grateful to Sport England who support The Game Changers through a National Lottery award.

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The Game Changers podcast: Fearless Women in Sport

May 24, 2022

Isa Guha was the first woman of South Asian origin to represent England in sport when she made her international cricket debut in 2002, aged 17.

Her career, which spanned a decade, included winning the 2009 Women's World Cup, Women's World T20 and three Ashes Series.

Isa is now firmly established in sports media, having...

May 17, 2022

Today’s guest is transforming the way women talk about their bodies. 
Dr Emma Ross is the former Head of Physiology at the English Institute of Sport where she led the smartHER progamme, educating coaches and athletes about the female body in high performance sport. 
Since then, Emma’s worked with everyone from...

May 10, 2022

Orla Chennaoui is an extraordinary woman who has many talents including being a multilingual TV sports presenter.

Having worked at Sky News and Sky Sports, Orla is now a Lead Presenter for Eurosport, working across cycling, MotoGP and the Olympics.

With her background in hard-news and investigations, Orla has always had...

May 3, 2022

Tammy Parlour MBE is the co-founder and dynamic CEO of The Women's Sport Trust, and works with leaders across sport, media and business, to raise the visibility and increase impact of women's sport.  Away from her role at the Women’s Sport Trust, Tammy is a master in the Korean martial art of Hapkido having...

Apr 26, 2022

Pippa Britton is Wales’s most successful Archer, a double Paralympian and double world champion. Pippa made the podium at six consecutive world championships and won 24 medals at 24 international events. 

Pippa also represented the Welsh able bodied archery team on more than 20 occasions and has broken many world and...