Seven years ago I watched a friend play roller derby and decided to have a go. I fully expected that I would try it out, then promptly give it up and chuck my skates into the cupboard with discarded musical instruments. But somehow I found myself hooked.
If we want children to engage in more sport to live healthier lives, then it doesn't help to have any confusion over definitions. I realise that not all sports are very physical, but gaming is already extremely popular and the issue of children being stuck to screens needs to be mitigated, not made worse.
I want that for everyone and that's why I campaign so hard for fully accessible toilets. A lot of other teams have followed Arsenal; Liverpool, Manchester United, Man City, Southampton, Leicester and West Ham all have Changing Places now. But 13 clubs in the Premier League still don't have a Changing Places and I don't think that's right.
If Bournemouth and Wilshere can continue to demonstrate it's success, then it's highly plausible that many clubs will reconsider how they run their training sessions, as the focus shifts away from collective fitness and more onto improving each individual's tolerance.
So here's a rallying cry for organisations like Nike, Sport England and the BBC looking to champion gender equality in sport -- why not explore the burgeoning world of mixed-gender sports?
20 years of Arsene Wenger, 20 years of almost unrivalled consistency for Arsenal in a world that is fast becoming unrecognisable from what it was back in May 1997 at a time when the Gunners last failed to qualify for the Champions League.
So next time you catch the new This Girl Can TV ad, or see one of the posters feel the urge to smile, laugh and feel the wind in your hair, think about cycling. It's not as difficult as you think. You're already good enough, and you can keep up - I promise! After all, if Grace can, and if I can, you can.
According to a recent survey by Sport England, a third of women still worry about what people think of their appearance and ability when they exercise. At a time where we're seeing women as world leaders, this is a worrying statistic.