It's been 20 years since the Matildas team of took off their clothes and stood in front of a camera. The images were printed in a calendar and thousands of copies were sold around the world. It captured global attention and triggered a fierce debate about feminism, body image and the path to equality for women's sport. Since then, everyone has known who they are," says Heather Reid, who was on the board of the Australian Women's Football Association at the time. Cheryl Salisbury, Sharon Black and Traci Bartlett at the launch of the Matildas fundraiser calendar taken 20 years ago. Credit: Craig Golding. Alicia Ferguson-Cook was one of the athletes photographed.
The court, however, did not believe that the information gathered via Wi-Fi networks was actually readily accessible to the public. Park Police arrived shortly after and politely asked the group, now a mix of tourists and a few veterans, to leave. Reporting by Alberto Sisto, editing by Stephen Jewkes.
What experience had the biggest impact on your life and career in sports and why? Actual tears!! That was the moment I knew sports meant more to me than just entertainment. As I got older, I realized sports is just like real life… sometimes we succeed, sometimes we fail, but the next day, the next play we all try our best to be a little bit better. This is why I love sports!!