Category: Art

In Full Flow

Who says sports venues can’t be beautiful? Not Lois O’Hara, the artist using her design talents to breathe new life into public spaces

By Glorious

All Aboard

Hannah Bailey’s portraits capture the action, movement and beauty of women’s skateboarding on its own terms

By Sam Haddad

Grand Designs

How celebrated London artist Kelly Anna drew inspiration from her own sporting background and the physicality of the female form to define her work

By Bre Graham

Ready To Roar

As the prospect of a women’s Lions tour claws its way closer, we chat to legendary photographer Rankin, as well as two of rugby’s leading ladies, to find out how levelling the playing field will benefit fans and players alike

By Liz Connor

Future World

Exploring the performance of identity, this artist’s pastel-hued paintings of young Black gymnasts are manifestations for a future world

By Ashleigh Kane

Cold Comfort

Women are discovering the benefits of swimming outdoors for their health and mental wellbeing. A new gallery of portraits by Nikki McClarron for WaterAid celebrates those who are taking the plunge

By Sian Lewis

Double Vision

Olympic-standard hockey training while studying for a law degree presented challenges for Georgie Twigg. But the gold medallist – and lawyer – made it work

By Alice Barraclough

Altered Images

Artist and illustrator Joe Cruz tells Glorious about his inspirations, his passions, and how art can help to reframe women in sport

By Glorious

Bowling To The Beat

Al Greenwood talks to professional cricketer Issy Wong about the new tournament The Hundred, the power of music to bring fans together, and the songs that are close to her heart

By Al Greenwood

Under Their Spell

A fascinating new film documents the dedication and prowess of the Japanese volleyball team, whose 1964 Olympic Gold changed the perception of women’s sport forever

By Emily Gosling