Women who sport HQ is currently a 2-woman band. We plan our questions, organise our guests, edit our episodes and do all the social media and publicity – while balancing full-time jobs and competing at an elite level. We are so grateful to everyone who listens to our podcast, shares it on social media and provides us with feedback. It makes it all worthwhile. 

We want to do more to continue to raise the profile of women’s sport and inspire people to get active and be ambitious. We think we can achieve this by reaching more people through our platform. We are always looking for like-minded brands who share our passion to collaborate with.

If you would like to join the movement please get in touch. 

Women Who Sport Workshops

Please get in touch for more information.

Skills Sessions

As international rugby players, we are passionate about getting more women and girls playing the sport. We believe that girls need positive role models, which we strive to be at club visits.

Body Image

Overcoming body image issues was a huge challenge for Rhona in the early days of her career. If this is something you would like to address within your sports team, we can deliver tailored workshops.


Sarah has vast experience mentoring young people, helping them to aspire, grow and achieve. Whether it’s sport transition, confidence or goal setting - we would love to help you out.

We would like to thank some people who have helped us along the way...

A financial investment and insurance company (including sports insurance) who supported Women Who Sport in getting the podcast started.

Sharon has let us use her song ‘Girl – Daughter of Scotland’ in the intro of our podcast. We only listen to it every single day. You should too.

Badge of Shame clothing is run by our mate Haggis who designed our wee logo. They also sell really cool t-shirts.

Thank you to Mark McCall Photography (https://www.markjsmccall.com/), Ryan Redman (https://www.facebook.com/RWRedmanPhotography), Rugby People (https://www.rugbypeople.net/), Ben Lumley (https://benlumleyphoto.co.uk/) and Peter Milsom (http://www.petermilsomphotography.co.uk/for a selection of the pictures on used throughout this website. See your picture without credit? Please get in touch!