Should Women Take Sports?

With the amount of challenges in sports career, there’s one question that remains dominant – should women take sports? It is hard to pick up a sports, finance it to get trained and then get along with the career. It is definitely a tough road for female athletes, but is it impossible?

Even though governing bodies have made efficient provisions for female players who are good in sports and want to represent their country, the ratio is still less to make a difference. With that, the strategies to gap the difference between sports and women has remained insufficient. Although there are training programs, scholarships and much more that tries to bring forth the women athletes, the road is still long way to go.  

Considering all the challenges, disagreements and other issues, women should take sports as a career. Not just for acknowledgment, fame or money, but for the equality other female players.


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