Opinion

Lack of Channel 7 Women's World Cup coverage has been an opportunity lost

David Polkinghorne
Updated August 6 2023 - 4:34pm, first published August 5 2023 - 5:30am
The Women's World Cup was briefly spotted in Canberra on Thursday. Picture by Keegan Carroll
The Women's World Cup was briefly spotted in Canberra on Thursday. Picture by Keegan Carroll

For all the big crowds and FIFA boss Gianni Infantino's proclamations of the "best Women's World Cup ever", it's still a massive opportunity lost.

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David Polkinghorne

David Polkinghorne

Sports journo

Covering the Raiders, Cavalry, cycling and racing, plus everything else that involves sport in the ACT, for The Canberra Times. Basically I love sport and watching it is a full-time job. Email: david.polkinghorne@canberratimes.com.au

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