Sunday, June 23, 2024

Hockey’s glass ceiling – only one female coach in a senior position at London 2012

Hockey’s glass ceiling when it comes to senior coaching positions is highlighted by the fact that there is only one woman in a high-level hockey coaching role at the London 2012 Olympic Games – Great Britain assistant women’s coach, Karen Brown (pictured far left)

Opinions vary as to why, but Brown, an Olympic medallist herself, says the situation is getting worse.

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