Kathryn Wicks If your son or daughter attends a school with more than 88 kids in it, the chances are that one of those children has autism. There's a greater chance, though, you don't even know.
A fair playing field?
Kathryn Wicks Before they're finally given the appropriate resources and funding?
Kathryn Wicks The Australian soccer captain played three games before she knew she was carrying her first child.
Kathryn Wicks It was certainly one of the greatest displays of good sportsmanship.
Still going strong
Kathryn Wicks How old is too old for women when it comes to sport?
The classic comeback
Kathryn Wicks One of the things we love most about sport is watching someone who gets knocked down get back up again and succeed.
Dear Gina Rinehart
Kathryn Wicks Hey Gina! If you can spare some change you'll change women's football in this country forever.
Kathryn Wicks Samantha Stosur has made it through to tonight’s French Open semi-final without dropping a set. Things are getting exciting ...
Kathryn Wicks All of a sudden netball coach Lisa Beehag’s madness makes perfect sense.
Kathryn Wicks Ellyse Perry possesses enough athletic talent to represent her country in two sports. So why did she get an ultimatum from Canberra United instead of a fitting send-off?
Kathryn Wicks Straight from the ‘‘they said you’d never make it’’ files this week comes the Australian women’s rowing eight.
Kathryn Wicks Get some sleep in the bank now - the Olympic Games are only two months away.
Kathryn Wicks If only FFA bosses and their rich club owners spent more time cooking up better ways to present women’s football and improve players’ skills than bickering about a few million dollars.
Kathryn Wicks Is professional athletes' use of social media having an impact on motivating fans to attend matches?
Kathryn Wicks Eleven years ago Trudy Gardner won the right to play in the national netball league while pregnant. How times have changed.
Kathryn Wicks A sell out match and an outcry from angry fans is not enough to make Channel 10 broadcast an important international netball game live.
Kathryn Wicks KATHRYN WICKS ponders whether we are soft on our sportswomen when things don’t go their way ... and, if we are, is that letting them down?
Kathryn Wicks Co-captain of the NSW Swifts netball team Mo’onia Gerrard, on wanting to continue her career as a professional sportswoman and have six children too.
Kathryn Wicks Should A-League club owners decide to axe their W-League sides to save a few dollars, it could cost Australia their chance to win the Women's World Cup.
Kathryn Wicks Why is it so hard for women's sport to make the jump from semiprofessionalism to professionalism?