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CELEBRATING THE EPIC STORIES OF GIRLS
WHO PLAY AND STAY IN SPORTS
CELEBRATING THE EPIC
STORIES OF GIRLS

WHO PLAY AND STAY IN SPORTS
This isn’t new. We've been here for years. Crushing baskets and
at-bats, breaking stereotypes while breaking records.

The spotlight's just finally found us.

Not because we're girls, because we're just that good.
This isn’t new. We've been here for years. Crushing baskets and at-bats, breaking stereotypes while breaking records.

The spotlight's just finally found us.

Not because we're girls,
because we're just that good.
SHOP THE COLLECTION
  • AUDREY
    FIGURE SKATING
    Los Angeles, CA
    The first time Audrey let go of her dad’s hand and skated laps around the ice rink by herself, she knew it was love. Now, she’s on the ice six days a week, logging four hours in skates, two hours in the gym, plus a full day’s worth of school work. The challenge of figure skating for Audrey is knowing she can get better every day, and that’s what keeps her coming back. That, and the jumps! She loves to jump, spin and hear the blade of her skate glide across the ice.
  • SIMONE
    YOGA
    Los Angeles, CA
    For Simone, yoga is the ultimate challenge of both mind and body. It makes her feel healthy, calm, and confident. Plus it’s led to other pursuits that fill her soul, like backpacking, meditation, travel, and animal welfare. Her favorite pose is the headstand position because it takes intense concentration and works every muscle in her body. And nothing tops off a long session for her quite like meditating in the sun.
  • LEXI
    DANCE
    Los Angeles, CA
    To Lexi, dance is as much an art form as it is a sport. This 9-year-old is so dedicated to being well-rounded at her craft that she practices a different style of dance every day of the week. From hip hop to ballet, jazz to breakdancing, there’s no dance Lexi can’t do. And having just performed on primetime television, she’s more fired up than ever to make her dream of being a choreographer come true. She’s committed to putting in the time to get there and knows if you work hard, you will get results.
  • NATALIA
    DANCE
    Los Angeles, CA
    Fun, spunky, fierce and strong. That’s how Natalia describes herself. And when she discovered she could express all that through dance with no restrictions, it was magic. Natalia has been training in dance for seven years and counting with no plans to let up. What keeps her going? Having as much fun as possible—on and off the dance floor.
  • MIA
    DANCE
    Los Angeles, CA
    If you want to know what kind of mood Mia is in, all you need to do is watch her dance. The dance floor is where she can best express herself. It’s her happy place. And she knows that dance will provide her with as much as she puts into it—which in Mia’s case is a lot. She trains five days a week and multiplies her effort by 10 in preparation for recitals and competitions.
  • DC FORCE | BRITTANY APGAR
    BASEBALL
    Washington, D.C.
    This National Championship-winning, player-founded, all-girls baseball team in D.C. is breaking barriers by empowering girls to join a sport once reserved only for the boys. The team’s pitcher, 14-year-old, Brittany Apgar, was born without her right hand and is an inspiring testament to her teammates that resilience and hard work pay off.
  • ZAILA AVANT-GARDE
    BASKETBALL
    New Orleans, LA
    A native of New Orleans, LA, 10-year-old Zaila Avant-garde has been playing basketball since she was 5. Way beyond her years, her unique skills have transcended sport into a beautiful artistry of ball-handling skills you have to see to believe. She likes to test both her physical and mental fortitude by dribbling a basketball while juggling two tennis balls and doing math equations—all while on a balance board. But her biggest goal is to one day make it to the WNBA and be their best player ever.
  • THE LA JETS TRACK CLUB
    TRACK
    Los Angeles, CA
    Established in 1973, the Los Angeles Jets Track Club is celebrated for being one of the most competitive and well-managed track and field organizations in the United States. Home to prospering athletes from ages 5 to 18, these girls compete with unmatched results locally, regionally, and nationally (including the Junior Olympics)— earning both individual and team championship titles. This all-volunteer coaching staff create an organization that is built on trust, respect, dedication, and family.
  • HAILIE DEEGAN
    OFF ROAD SHORT COURSE & STOCK CAR RACING
    Temecula, CA
    With extreme sports in her blood, Hailie Deegan is quickly making her own name as a champion off-road and stock car racer at the age of 16. Nicknamed the “Dirt Princess,” Hailie has been kicking up mud since she was only 8—winning championships as the only female driver in the Lucas Oil Off Road Pro Series in 2013, 2015, and 2016, and being the only youth ever to win the 2016 Driver of the Year. She’s currently sitting as the youngest driver and only female in the exclusive NASCAR Next Class.
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