On this day (August 16) in 2002, playing her first ever Test series on English shores, Mithali Raj announced her arrival with a majestic double hundred in the second Test against England in Taunton. As we celebrate this monumental moment in Indian women's cricket, we present this interview we did in May 2020, when the world was just a little different. Mithali speaks about her lockdown experiences, fresh struggles for women's cricket and the secret to her longevity. Read our 2002 report of that stellar innings here: https://bit.ly/3ga2BCN #COVID19 | #MithaliRaj
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Mithali Raj talks COVID-19 hobbies, social work and uncertainties facing women's cricket
1:20:10On this day (August 16) in 2002, playing her first ever Test series on English shores, Mithali Raj announced her arrival with a majestic double hundred in the second Test against England in Taunton. As we celebrate this monumental moment in Indian women's cricket, we present this interview we did in May 2020, when the world was just a little different. Mithali speaks about her lockdown experiences, fresh struggles for women's cricket and the secret to her longevity. Read our 2002 report of that stellar innings here: https://bit.ly/3ga2BCN #COVID19 | #MithaliRaj
A year since Megan Rapinoe's USA conquered the world. AGAIN
32:58On July 7 2019, the USA Women's National Team won its second consecutive (fourth overall) FIFA World Cup title, beating Netherlands 2-0 in a thrilling final in Lyon. Amal John, Shyam Vasudevan, and Lavanya Lakshminarayanan analyse the final, the importance of the tournament in football's gendered environment and the politics of the women's game. Find us on social media at - Facebook | Instagram | Twitter #WomensFootball #USWNT
Sunday Shorts E03 | Metrics of Return - is women's sport crawling towards resumption?
22:25In this episode of the Not Just A Man's World podcast, we take a look at how women's sport and female athletes are gearing up towards a resumption of sport. Are sporting bodies committed towards women's leagues as much as they are to the men's? Find out in this episode of Sunday Shorts. Getting in touch If you have questions or comments about this episode, do get in touch with us and help keep the conversation going. You could also get featured on this podcast. To contribute to Not Just A Man's World podcast, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reading resources: WSL season officially ended LPGA returns; South Korea first stop Money meant as ECB investment for women's cricket cannot be ringfenced To keep up with the latest developments from women's sport from across the world, log on to www.sportstar.thehindu.com
Sunday Shorts E02 | Frauen Bundesliga to return, payday for WNBA, Haiti FA's Me Too moment
19:31In this episode of Sunday Shorts on the Not Just A Man's World podcast, we take a look at how women's football leagues are dealing with COVID-19, salaries and investment matters for the women's game and a horrifying story of sexual harassment emerging from Haiti. To contribute to the podcast, send in your comments/questions/voice notes to email@example.com. To keep up with all the latest from the world of sport, head over to www.sportstar.thehindu.com. Resources: Women's Bundesliga to return in Germany? Women's Super League all set to end
Sunday Shorts E01 | COVID19, The Hundred and USWNT's equal pay heartbreak
20:37In this new segment on the #NotJustAMansWorld podcast, we bring you the three biggest stories from the world of women's sport in one brief episode. Listen in. To send in your questions or comments, either find Sportstar or the host, Lavanya Lakshminarayanan, on Twitter and get in touch. You could also write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
E02: Is women's sport in trouble due to COVID-19? Ft. Naziah Ali
1:00:11Postponements, cancellations, pay cuts - these are only some of the many problems women's sport finds itself facing thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. 2020 was to be the year of the girls. Has all the good work been undone? Lavanya Lakshminarayanan finds out, with a brief recap of the biggest developments in women's sport due to COVID-19. We are also joined by Naziah Ali, a Fijian journalist and entrepreneur and wife of ISL champion striker, Roy Krishna, to discuss sport in the times of COVID. #WomensSport #WomeninSport #COVID-19 Keep up with the latest from the world of sport on Sportstar. Link for Prodigy: https://quibi.com/shows/prodigy-520/
Quick Cut: Hemali Desai- Saurashtra's scoring custodian
9:28Women scorers are rare in the country; Desai is in the job since 1994, handling the pile of runs scored by legends in the middle. For those who don't understand Hindi, here is the text story by Wriddhaayan Bhattacharyya. Click on the subscribe button to keep up with the podcast. Follow Sportstar on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter on @Sportstarweb.
E01: Success without a coat of sugar | Women's sport and sustaining attention
44:51In a month that has several high-profile successes in women's sport, Lavanya Lakshminarayanan tries to understand the larger conversation that needs to be had - one of 'sustained' success and why the risk of that not happening cannot be sugar coated. Catch a wrap of all the biggest developments in women's sports and an interview with IWL winner and national team goalkeeper, Aditi Chauhan in the first episode of our women's special podcast - Not Just A Man's World. If you'd like to contribute to the podcast with questions, comments or if you have inspiring stories of sportswomen, write to us at email@example.com or tweet to us at @Sportstarweb or @lav_narayanan. Links Coronavirus: Saina Nehwal's Olympics concerns - https://bit.ly/2TC14gG Takeaways from the Women's World Cup - https://bit.ly/337anIt Gavaskar talks about sustaining the attention on women's cricket - https://bit.ly/39QschL