International Women's Day 2024

As we celebrate International Women's Day 2024, let's turn our spotlight to the incredible strides women are making in the world. From Katie Boulters biggest win to date, to Raye's record breaking night at this years BRIT Awards, it is clear that 2024 has the potential to be another historic year for women!


British tennis star Katie Boulter secured her biggest career win to date, claiming the WTA 500 San Diego Open title. She defeated Marta Kostyuk in a thrilling comeback victory, 5-7, 6-2, 6-2. This historic win not only marks Boulter's first WTA 500 title, but also secured her into the world's top 30 players. This achievement makes her the highest-ranked British player of either gender.

Boulter's sights are now set on securing a seeding at the upcoming Grand Slams, specifically the Wimbledon Championships starting on July 1st. With her current ranking of 27th, a career high, she's aiming for a top-32 seed which would offer a more favourable draw and potentially smoother path towards deeper runs in the tournament.

An incredible achievement for Boulter, and she hopes to build on her momentum and advance even further.


The Women's Super League (WSL) is experiencing a well-deserved boom in popularity. Record-breaking ticket sales and sold-out stadiums like the Emirates showcase the growing enthusiasm for women's football. For the very first time, Arsenal have officially sold out Emirates Stadium for back-to-back Womens Super League matches with over 60,000 tickets selling for the north London Derby and the match against Man Utd.

While it's disappointing that the Lionesses narrowly missed out on qualifying for the 2024 Olympics, their dominance remains undeniable. However, their supporters can eagerly look forward to the Euros 2025, where they undoubtedly aim to continue their reign as champions and bring it home once again.


Raye rewrote the history books at the BRIT Awards, taking home six out of her seven nominations in a record-breaking night. It races past the previous record of four wins in one night, set by Blur, Adele, and Harry Styles.

And Raye's luck seems to keep on coming as her music recently hit five billion streams - following her success at the BRIT Awards.

Raye's story is one of perseverance and overcoming challenges. Her BRIT Awards sweep serves as a powerful testament to her talent, resilience, and the unwavering support of her fans. 


Women's rugby is experiencing a well-deserved surge in popularity, with the Red Roses leading the charge. Their dominant performances and growing fan base are transforming the sport, shattering the perception of rugby as a male-dominated arena. With their sights set on a record-breaking crowd at Twickenham and a potential fifth consecutive Six Nations title, the Red Roses are poised for another phenomenal year.


This International Women's Day, we celebrate remarkable achievements across various fields. Across the board, women are proving their talent and dedication, paving the way for the future.

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