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  • Annual Gala Tickets Are Now Available

    Join us Wednesday, October 17, in New York City for the 39th Annual Salute to Women in Sports, celebrating athletes, leaders and the girls who they inspire.

    Purchase Tickets & Tables
  • 2018 Travel & Training Fund Recipients Announced

    Seventeen athletes and two teams received a total allotment of $72,000 for this year's Travel & Training Fund.

    Meet The 2018 Recipients
  • WSF Announces President-elect Elana Meyers Taylor

    Portia Archer, Jeff Gewirtz, Mike Gregoire, Robin Harris, Kate Johnson and Phaidra Knight join the Board.

    Meet the new members
  • Prominent Athletes Sign Letter Opposing IAAF

    Global sports community joins WSF, Athlete Ally in calling on IAAF to rescind discriminatory policy targeting female athletes with naturally higher levels of testosterone.

    Read The Open Letter
  • Announcing our 2018 Sports 4 Life Recipients

    The WSF and espnW, in collaboration with the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, are proud to award more than $450,000 to community organizations across the country.

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  • New WSF Research: Teen Sport in America

    New study offers in-depth analysis into how the type and number of sports teens play impact their health, well-being and academic achievement.

    View the Report
  • Annual Gala Tickets Are Now Available

    Join us Wednesday, October 17, in New York City for the 39th Annual Salute to Women in Sports, celebrating athletes, leaders and the girls who they inspire.

    Purchase Tickets & Tables
  • 2018 Travel & Training Fund Recipients Announced

    Seventeen athletes and two teams received a total allotment of $72,000 for this year's Travel & Training Fund.

    Meet The 2018 Recipients
  • WSF Announces President-elect Elana Meyers Taylor

    Portia Archer, Jeff Gewirtz, Mike Gregoire, Robin Harris, Kate Johnson and Phaidra Knight join the Board.

    Meet the new members
  • Prominent Athletes Sign Letter Opposing IAAF

    Global sports community joins WSF, Athlete Ally in calling on IAAF to rescind discriminatory policy targeting female athletes with naturally higher levels of testosterone.

    Read The Open Letter
  • Announcing our 2018 Sports 4 Life Recipients

    The WSF and espnW, in collaboration with the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, are proud to award more than $450,000 to community organizations across the country.

    Watch & Learn More
  • New WSF Research: Teen Sport in America

    New study offers in-depth analysis into how the type and number of sports teens play impact their health, well-being and academic achievement.

    View the Report

Protect Athletes' Rights

Join the global sports community in demanding the IAAF rescind its discriminatory policy. Today, over 60 athletes signed an open letter from WSF and Athlete Ally calling on the highest governing body for Track & Field – the IAAF – to rescind a regulation that would force women to alter their bodies in order to compete in a sport they’ve dedicated their lives to.

Sign Our Petition

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We believe that sports are a birthright and use our powerful voice to advocate for equality in sports for every girl and woman.

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WSF: Global Work

Learn more about our international efforts, how we recognize amazing achievements from athletes all around the world and find out where we stand on the hottest and most buzzed-about global women's sports issues.

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Get Girls Active

What happens when a girl is resistant to becoming active? Our tips will provide you with information to get girls physically active and help guide them to a healthier lifestyle.

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