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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
  • L.A. JR DERBY DOLLS
    ROLLER DERBY
    Los Angeles, CA
    Part of the world’s fastest-growing women’s sport, the LA Jr Derby Dolls is home to a host of driven and dedicated girls 7 to 17. A place for those who haven’t quite found their spot in traditional sports, they still gain the same confidence, friendship, sisterhood, and strength that comes from being a part of a team. The hits and spills are 100% real. And they wouldn’t have it any other way.
  • LONDON GOLAS
    SOCCER
    Baltimore, MD
    London competes with Next Level Soccer on their one and only all-girls team in Baltimore. She started playing soccer because of her mom, who lost her fight with cancer four years ago. She continues to play to honor her memory and hopes to one day have the opportunity to play for the Trinidad & Tobago National Team where her mom grew up.
  • THE SPLASH SISTERS
    BASKETBALL
    Orange County, CA
    Caylie and Maya Lopez bring original style and swagger to the court. They picked up a ball only three years ago, but their drive and dedication have gained them amazing popularity on YouTube. They can do it all: offense, defense, handling, and tricks, they’ve even been showcased at one of the Harlem Globetrotters’ practices. The girls pride themselves in running Steph Curry’s practice drills to improve their game even further.
  • ALINA ALBERT
    ROCK CLIMBING
    San Diego, CA
    Ten-year-old Alina is ranked 2nd in the Nation for Sport Climbing, 3rd in the Nation for Speed Climbing, and 8th in the Nation for Bouldering in her age category. She started climbing two years ago after an employee at a rock climbing gym, where she was attending a birthday party, saw tremendous promise and encouraged her to come back the next day. The rest is history.
  • SPWW SKATE COLLECTIVE
    SKATEBOARDING
    Coast to Coast, USA
    Phenom skaters Zara Percy, Kala Baltasar, Zoe Herishen, Aubrey Kelsay, and Ryann Cannon have all found common ground on their boards. While each was inspired to get into skating for their personal reasons, they all get the same thing out of it—fun, freedom, friends, and the confidence that comes with landing tricks once reserved only for the boys.
  • 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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