Women's news


This summer, we have witnessed high highs and low lows for women. We have broke records, won awards, and continued to excel in everything we put our mind to. However, we have also experienced loss, a lack of representation, and disrespect on the world stage.


Don’t worry if you haven’t kept up. We’ve created a round-up of all thing’s women from the summer to make sure you’re up to date!



Liverpool’s Katarina Johnson-Thompson won a heptathlon gold at the World Athletics Championships!




Irish music legend Sinéad O’Connor sadly died aged 56.

Sinead O'Connor



The Lionesses came 2nd in the Women’s World Cup 2023, with Spain coming out on top.



President of the Spanish FA sparked an ongoing scandal by kissing midfielder Hermoso without her consent following the team’s win.



Greta Gerwig was the first female director to make $1billion at the box office.

Greta Gerwig



Jodie Comer won Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play for Prima Facie at The Tony Awards.

Jodie Comer Tony Awards



Andy Murray called out a promotional Wimbledon poster due to the lack of prominence given to women players.

Andy Murray


Taylor Swift became the first female artist to reach 100 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

Taylor Swift spotify




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