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Welcome to Women's Sports Information!
Women's Sports Information is a site dedicated to helping women athletes play their sport better. Use Women's Sports Information to find women-specific sports information. We love sports and want to share sports information as it pertains to women athletes. Our pages are jam packed with resources and links to find equipment and sports tips for women, as researched by women. Use Women's Sports Information to be better informed and better equipped, find out where to play, and how to play your sport better. Because sport is life! March is designated Women's History Month
Growing out of a small-town school event in California, Women's History Month is a celebration of women's contributions to history, culture and society. The United States observes it annually throughout the month of March. More information from The National Women's History Project.
March 8th we celebrate International Women's Day
March 8th is International Women’s Day. The United States observes International Women's Day in many ways. Find more information at International Women's Day.org, part of the Women's Information Network.
Women's Health Magazine Fitness Blog
Find articles about women in sports, women sports, or women's fitness (or submit your own).
Find information on the women's gear you need for your sport, with an eye on products designed with the women athlete in mind. Looking for beginning or advanced advice? Coaching the kids in the local league. Need a ruling? Check out these pages to find tips and info on your sport. Sports include basketball, softball, soccer, volleyball, running, swimming
For you lucky individuals who live in the San Francisco Bay Area, we have compiled some women's sports leagues that we and our friends like to play in. Check it out and sign up!
Looking for Volunteer Opportunities? Check out the Bay Area Women's Sports Initiative, with their Bawsi Girls! campaign, a new nonprofit group that aims to get young women moving (and it's pronounced Bossy!).