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Disappointed Government Backs Guidelines Allowing Men In Women’s Sport

Tuesday, 18 June 2024, 10:02 am | Save Womens Sport Australasia

Save Women’s Sports Australasia is concerned to see reports that the National-led Government is back-tracking on their policies to prevent males identifying as transwomen participating in women’s sport. More >>

New Coalition Government Moves To Protect Fairness For Females In Sport

Saturday, 25 November 2023, 7:02 am | Save Womens Sport Australasia

Save Women's Sport Australasia congratulates New Zealand’s newly formed coalition Government for their commitment to safeguarding fairness for females in sport. With a pivotal focus on ensuring publicly funded sporting bodies support and prioritise ... More >>

Fair Competition Restored For Female Cyclists

Tuesday, 3 October 2023, 10:41 am | Save Womens Sport Australasia

Cycling New Zealand’s decision to restore fairness for females in cycling is a positive move that has been welcomed by Save Women’s Sports Australasia spokeswoman Ro Edge. “It is great that Cycling New Zealand has changed its rules, as they were ... More >>

Womens Sports Group Blasts IOC On Trans Athlete Failure

Friday, 26 November 2021, 8:47 am | Save Womens Sport Australasia

Save Womens’ Sports Australasia is scathing of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) ongoing failure to develop a solution for the inclusion of transwomen in sports that also balances the rights of female athletes to safety and fair competition. ... More >>

Sporting Champions Ask Government To Intervene In Closed Consultation On Inclusion Of Transgenders In Sport

Monday, 7 June 2021, 3:52 pm | Save Womens Sport Australasia

Former Olympic champions and New Zealand representative athletes are calling on the Government to extend and widen Sport New Zealand’s consultation on the participation of transgender athletes in sport. The group of 43 athletes include former Olympians ... More >>




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