Featured Release: New WSF Report Reveals that Just 25% of Girls Across the Nation Regularly Engage in Sports & Physical Activity

MAY 12, 2015: Only 25 percent of the nation’s girls are getting the appropriate levels of physical activity, placing them at a disadvantage when it comes to their physical health and personal achievement, according to a report released today by The Women’s Sports Foundation. The report, entitled Her Life Depends On It, is a comprehensive look at the links between participation in sport, physical activity and the health and well-being of American girls and women.

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