Sport

Culture

Skylar Diggins-Smith: "Once I had my baby, I felt like I could do anything"

The basketball star tells Rihanna about motherhood, grit and her big dreams for 2020
i-D Staff
1.20.20
Music

the matildas have a new anthem by an all female supergroup

Nina Las Vegas, KLP, Kota Banks, Graace, Thandi Phoenix and Ninajirachi team up to soundtrack Australia's efforts at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.
Briony Wright
6.7.19
Art

chase hall paints the intimate bonds between black jockeys and their horses

Exploring the complexities of America's racist past through the plight of its first black sports heroes.
Laura Pitcher
11.13.18
Photography

these nostalgic still lifes capture the crushed sporting dreams of teen girls

Alice Hutchison and Ilona Savchenko's 'Trophy Girl' explores the underrepresentation of women in sport and the aspirations of teenage girls that fall by the wayside.
Nick Fulton
9.18.18
Photography

what is the future of scottish football?

As the World Cup draws to a close, Judith Erwes documents Scotland’s young footballers.
Felix Petty
7.17.18
Think Pieces

the truth about when we last made the world cup semifinals

Everyone keeps forgetting that England’s women’s team made the 2015 world cup semi-finals. Here's why.
Annie Lord
7.13.18
News

iranian women allowed to watch football in a stadium after 37 year ban is lifted

Iran may have lost 1-0 to Spain, but they made a small win for gender equality.
Georgie Wright
6.21.18
Culture

why did the nigerian football kit become such an immediate cultural touchstone?

And what does it say about Britain today?
Yemi Abiade
6.15.18
Culture

is the ban on f1 grid girls a good thing?

Self-empowered or not, the sports world’s longstanding tradition of walk-on girls still contributes to a system that upholds men’s pleasure at the expense of women’s objectification. But scrapping them means putting women out of work. Is that really fair?
Amelia Abraham
2.2.18
screen

adidas's first female skate pro, nora vasconcellos, is a world champion shredder

A playful new documentary spotlights the 24-year-old shredder, who draws inspiration from Shel Silverstein and snatched a world championship in Shanghai.
Emily Manning
12.21.17
News

serena williams wrote an essay calling for equal pay for black women

Equal means equal.
Georgie Wright
8.2.17
Australia

olympian and activist liz cambage’s war on australian racism

“I was told I’m too controversial for sponsors. What’s my biggest controversy? That I’ve called out racists?”
Stephanie Wade
5.29.17
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