National Girls and Women in Sports Day!

February 4, 2015
Allison Hoit

WASHINGTON, Feb. 4, 2015 – To celebrate the 29th annual National Girls & Women in Sports Day (NGWSD), leaders from the Women’s Sports Foundation will gather in Washington, D.C. to recognize the advancement of girls’ and women’s sports and to discuss how to reduce the numbers of concussions in sports. Game On!, this year’s theme, will focus on what schools can do to protect all student-athletes.

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Join the Commit to Inclusion campaign in celebrating girls and women with disability making an impact through sport!

Tatyana McFadden

Tatyana McFadden is the fastest woman on three wheels.  As a member of USA Paralympics Team she has brought home gold, silver, & bronze medals. She has broken marathon records time and time again.  And the races are far from over.

Amy Purdy

Amy is now the top ranked adaptive snowboarder in the U.S., a three-time World Cup Para-Snowboard winner and the 2014 Paralympic bronze medalist. She is the only double-leg amputee competing at the elite world-class level.

Alana Nichols

3X Gold Medalist, Dual Sport Athlete in Wheelchair Basketball and Alpine Skiing, and First Female American to Win Gold in both the Summer and Winter Games.

and many more!

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