Access to sports is not equal for all — and it’s all too often women and girls who are left on the sidelines. Playing against lack of access and representation, cultural stigma, and self-doubt, girls drop out of sports at a much greater rate than boys of the same age. With this in mind, adidas created the Breaking Barriers Project to level the playing field and make sports equal for all.
As part of the collaboration between Sportiw and the adidas Breaking Barriers Project, we interviewed Justine Pina, one of the winners of the first edition of the contest. As part of an initiative to give a real boost to women in sports, Justine sat down with us to share about her inspiring career, her thoughts on women’s basketball, and her experience with the adidas Breaking Barriers Project.
As part of the collaboration between Sportiw and the adidas Breaking Barriers Project, we had the privilege of speaking with Camille, one of the winners of the first edition of our contest, which was an initiative to highlight women’s sports. In this interview, Camille shared her inspiring journey, her thoughts on women’s basketball, and her experience with the adidas Breaking Barriers Project.
Launched just over a year ago, the Mont Valérien Basket training center is the first dedicated women’s basketball center in the Paris region. The aim is to do everything possible to help the players develop further, on both a sporting and a human level. Its manager, Jean-Christophe Nzambi, tells us all about it…
In the world of sport, physical preparation has long been obvious to achieve optimal performance. However, more and more athletes and coaches are becoming aware of the vital importance of mental preparation. Beyond physical abilities, the mind plays a decisive role in an athlete’s success. Sportiw gives you 3 tips to prepare yourself mentally for the 2023/24 season.