Shane Lowry supports the campaign to promote women’s sports

Shane Lowry supports the campaign to promote women's sports

Irish Campaign 20×20 The goal is to promote women’s sports in Ireland. By the end of the year, the campaign wants 20% more women media in sports, 20% more female participation at the player, coach, referee and administrative levels, and 20% more visitors to games and events. She is now backed by Shane Lowry, who represents the campaign on the European Tour.

“I want her to have the same opportunities that boys get.”

Shane Lowry will wear the 20×20 logo on his shirt at the Irish Open of the European Tour to represent the campaign. As a father of a daughter, he is committed to promoting equal opportunities: “No matter what my daughter Iris does in the future, I hope she enjoys sports as much as I do. I want her to be a role model and, moreover, I want her to have the same opportunities as boys.” -Kari said.

“As a father of a daughter, this is something that is very close to my heart.”

He will wear the logo instead of his Immidis logo. “I am very proud to have been able to vote for the 20 × 20 movement and I hope it will create awareness about this incredibly important movement,” said IMD CEO Rueri Keller. Lori added: “As a daughter’s father, this is something I love, and although our work is very simple, we hope she can leave a meaningful legacy.”

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Popov is happy

The announcement ensures positive feedback. For example, Women’s British Open champion Sofia Popov is very excited about Lori’s announcement.

With his major success, Popov himself made sure to bring women’s golf to the public arena. The 27-year-old was a guest at the current sports studio. Leading sports media have written and produced portraits of her history (e.g. sports show). With an almost endless long history of illness that brought her to the end of her career, she knows how important it is to continue. So she encourages girls who have experienced or are experiencing something similar not to give up.

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