Kate O'Halloran (she/her) is an award-winning journalist and member of the ABC Sport team, with a focus on gender equity and issues affecting LGBTQI+ communities.
She holds a PhD in Gender and Cultural Studies and has been a vocal advocate for increased representation of women's sport, including in her previous role as Deputy Sports Editor at The Guardian, host of RRR's Kick Like A Girl and co-founder of Siren Sport.
She is well-known for her coverage of AFLW and is a former Victorian state cricketer based in Melbourne/Naarm.
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Ada's parkrun community helped her come out as transgender. She hopes other sports will follow their inclusive lead
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Kerr's run of form continues in 9-0 drubbing, while Man Utd draw 20,000 to historic Old Trafford game
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