The Sporting Inequities award is a new prize to reward outstanding work in one of the following under-researched areas:
- Sport and Black/ethnic minority individuals/communities
- Sport and LGBTQ+ individuals/communities
- Women and sport
- Disability and sport
Papers should be largely focused on the British context. Academics at all career stages are encouraged to apply. Postgraduates are eligible, but may not apply if they are also under consideration for the Richard Cox Postgraduate Prize.
The winning paper will be awarded £200, and the researcher will be invited to submit their paper to the Society’s peer-reviewed journal Sport in History.
The deadline for submissions is usualluy in August ahead of the annual conference. Details of the 2023 prize will be posted here in due course.