Women in Sport November 30, 2011
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by katie malkinson onThere has been much debate this week about Women in sport. It was sparked by the announcement of the BBC's "Sports Personality of the Year" in which not a single woman made the short list. My initial reaction was strong. There are a number of female contenders this year including Rebecca Adlington, who won the world freestyle 800 m this year and Chrissie Wellington...