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Connecting elite, Olympic, and world-class champion female athletes to sponsorship, spokesperson and other opportunities.
Connecting elite, Olympic, and world-class champion female athletes to sponsorship, spokesperson and other opportunities.

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A couple of months ago we asked athletes in the newly approved Olympic sports, Surfing (Mary Osborne), Softball (Jessica Mendoza), Skateboard, (Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins Pastrana), and Climbing, (Sasha DiGiulian) to comment on how they felt about their sport…

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We have been following the US Open Series leading up to the final Grand Slam of the year next month and have been disappointed about the lack of excitement we’ve see. It’s very obvious that with Serena Williams not on the tour this year, the tournaments…

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The International Olympic Committee recently announced that, with the 18 new mixed-gender events that will be featured at the 2020 Olympics, those Games will have twice as many women as the 2016 Games in Rio! The IOC estimates that 48.8 percent of the…

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  The whole world now knows that the number one ranked tennis player is pregnant. We also know that she won the 2017 Australian Open when she was just weeks into her pregnancy. But how many know that Serena Williams is just one of many American athletes…

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We here at Marketing Female Athletes would like to congratulate ALL collegiate women’s basketball teams on a wonderful 2016-2017 season. Special congrats to all the national champions – and post season tournament winners:     NCAA Division I:  University…

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We thank the Women’s Sports Foundation for this amazing compilation of women’s achievements!  We are proud to end Women’s History Month by sharing it.   Originally posted by the Women’s Sports Foundation on March 14, 2017   The origins of Women’s History…

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This week we wanted to share an article from espnW to show another example of women athletes not being treated equally to men in sports Article originally posted on espnW on March 16, 2017   It’s not necessarily the little things that really bother the…

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Originally posted on March 8, 2017 by Alan Dawson, Business Insider UK As far as the highest paid women in sport is concerned, it’s nearly game, set, and match to tennis stars. But this ranking, which is based on Forbes data crunched by…

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Originally posted by espnW  As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we thought we would share this incredible slideshow espnW put together in 2015. They honor 17 of the most influential women and moments in sports history – all of which we agree with.…

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In 2015, we posted a blog highlighting several African American female athletes with whom we have developed close relationships with over the years. This year, we thought we would update that list and highlight even more champion athletes we are close…
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