53 min

Equality in British sport Medals & More - a conversation with Dame Katherine Grainger

    • Wilderness

This is Medals and More - the podcast getting behind the scenes of Olympic and Paralympic Sport.
In this special edition, marking International Women's Day, Katherine speaks to two incredible guests, Anne Wafula-Strike and Sally Bolton, who've both had a huge impact on British sport behind the scenes. We hear about the challenges they've faced, how they helped make vital changes at boardroom level and the importance gender equality.
Anne is a British Paralympic wheelchair racer and is one of just a handful of black females that sit on a British sport board - among 415 board members in the sector.
Sally is Chief Executive Officer at Wimbledon, the All England Lawn Tennis Club, having previously held the roles of Strategic Planning & Operations Director and Head of Corporate Affairs the Club. She has been a member of the UK Sport Major Events Panel since 2013 and is a current member on UK Sport's board.


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This is Medals and More - the podcast getting behind the scenes of Olympic and Paralympic Sport.
In this special edition, marking International Women's Day, Katherine speaks to two incredible guests, Anne Wafula-Strike and Sally Bolton, who've both had a huge impact on British sport behind the scenes. We hear about the challenges they've faced, how they helped make vital changes at boardroom level and the importance gender equality.
Anne is a British Paralympic wheelchair racer and is one of just a handful of black females that sit on a British sport board - among 415 board members in the sector.
Sally is Chief Executive Officer at Wimbledon, the All England Lawn Tennis Club, having previously held the roles of Strategic Planning & Operations Director and Head of Corporate Affairs the Club. She has been a member of the UK Sport Major Events Panel since 2013 and is a current member on UK Sport's board.


See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

53 min