"Girls worldwide who play sport are more likely to attend and stay in school, more likely to finish their education, more likely to be in better health and earn higher wages during the course of their lives.”

- The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO

In line with the NSW Office of Sport’s Her Sport Her Way Strategy, UNSW Sport has developed Active Women: UNSW 2025 Women's Sport and Active Recreation Strategy in consultation with the women’s sporting community inside and outside UNSW.

We invite any interested parties to download and read the Active Women Strategy and provide feedback using the contact form below.

 

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Helen Housby and Sophie Fawns celebrate after a goal
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Jess Thornton during the closing stages of the women's 400m final (Credit: Athletics Australia // Steve Christo)
Silver medallist and UNSW Blue Jessica Thornton was among 13 current or former UNSW EAP students competing at the Australian Track and Field Championships last week.