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Gisele
Lindsey Vonn
MISTY COPELAND
BRIANNA COPE
GISELE BÜNDCHEN
MODEL

Gisele left her small countryside home in Brazil when she was just 14 and faced the challenges of our world by herself, without speaking English or any other language besides her native Portuguese. When she first attempted international fashion at 16 she got 43 NO’s before receiving her first YES. Through determination and willpower, Gisele has become the most iconic model of her era and she continues to break through boundaries that nobody else has. She wills what she wants.

LINDSEY VONN
SKI RACER

She’s the most decorated female skier of all time, and she’s fought her way to get there. Lindsey was on pace to crush the all time win record until two brutal knee injuries threatened to derail her historic career. Intense rehab and an unwavering Will to return helped her return to top form, and in 2015 she cemented her place in history by breaking the record for most World Cup wins.

MISTY COPELAND
BALLERINA

Misty was first introduced to ballet on the basketball court at the Boys and Girls Club. By ballet standards, she was too old, too curvy, and too dark to be a premiere ballerina. She didn't fit the ballerina mold, So, she broke it and cast a new one. Fifteen years later, Misty is a standout soloist for the American Ballet Theater.

BRIANNA COPE
SURFER

Growing up in Hawaii, surfing was a way of life for Brianna, but when it turned into a career, the crowds and cameras began to throw her off her game. Brianna struggled with the pressure until she decided to tune out the noise around her and focus on her love for the sport. It was then she found her center—right in time for one of the biggest contests of the season.

Gisele
Lindsey Vonn
GISELE BÜNDCHEN
MODEL

Gisele left her small countryside home in Brazil when she was just 14 and faced the challenges of our world by herself, without speaking English or any other language besides her native Portuguese. When she first attempted international fashion at 16 she got 43 NO’s before receiving her first YES. Through determination and willpower, Gisele has become the most iconic model of her era and she continues to break through boundaries that nobody else has. She wills what she wants.

LINDSEY VONN
SKI RACER

She’s the most decorated female skier of all time, and she’s fought her way to get there. Lindsey was on pace to crush the all time win record until two brutal knee injuries threatened to derail her historic career. Intense rehab and an unwavering Will to return helped her return to top form, and in 2015 she cemented her place in history by breaking the record for most World Cup wins.

MISTY COPELAND
BRIANNA COPE
MISTY COPELAND
BALLERINA

Misty was first introduced to ballet on the basketball court at the Boys and Girls Club. By ballet standards, she was too old, too curvy, and too dark to be a premiere ballerina. She didn't fit the ballerina mold, So, she broke it and cast a new one. Fifteen years later, Misty is a standout soloist for the American Ballet Theater.

BRIANNA COPE
SURFER

Growing up in Hawaii, surfing was a way of life for Brianna, but when it turned into a career, the crowds and cameras began to throw her off her game. Brianna struggled with the pressure until she decided to tune out the noise around her and focus on her love for the sport. It was then she found her center—right in time for one of the biggest contests of the season.

KELLEY O'HARA
NATASHA HASTINGS
NATALIE UHLING
SLOANE STEPHENS
KELLEY O'HARA
FOOTBALL

Before starring on the U.S. Women’s National Team, Kelley was an All-American at Stanford. After playing nearly her entire career at forward, O’Hara was asked to convert to a defender when a teammate went down with an injury just before the 2012 Olympics. Showing both versatility and commitment to the team, she made the transition back to defense look easy, going on to play every single minute of the team’s Olympic gold medal run.

NATASHA HASTINGS
SPRINTER

Natasha found her passion for the track early on. But it wasn’t until she was introduced to the 400m that she knew she’d be a runner for life. Despite an unsuccessful start and suffering a string of injuries, Natasha took these challenges and turned them into her driving force. This determination led her to win an Olympic Gold and countless international medals to-date. And she’s not even close to slowing down. In fact, she doesn’t know how. The harder the obstacle, the harder she pushes. Which means, come the 2016 Olympics, the world won’t know what hit it—or ran past it.

NATALIE UHLING
TRAINER

Throughout her adolescence, Natalie spent her free time at swim team and group fitness classes. It was there that Natalie met a kickboxing instructor who took her on as a protégé—and she never looked back. Walk into one of Natalie’s classes today and you’ll be instantly inspired to push beyond what you thought possible. Her fitness philosophy is that a strong core makes you lethal! “It has been a long journey with many bumps in the road but I feel nothing but gratitude and love at this moment."

SLOANE STEPHENS
TENNIS PLAYER

The youngest American woman inside the Top 50 World Rankings, Sloane Stephens aims for her fourth straight Top 40 season in 2015. She put the tennis world on notice at the 2013 Australian Open when she upset her childhood idol, Serena Williams. With a complete skill set and experience well beyond her years, Stephens looks to prove that her best days are still to come.

KELLEY O'HARA
NATASHA HASTINGS
KELLEY O'HARA
FOOTBALL

Before starring on the U.S. Women’s National Team, Kelley was an All-American at Stanford. After playing nearly her entire career at forward, O’Hara was asked to convert to a defender when a teammate went down with an injury just before the 2012 Olympics. Showing both versatility and commitment to the team, she made the transition back to defense look easy, going on to play every single minute of the team’s Olympic gold medal run.

NATASHA HASTINGS
SPRINTER

Natasha found her passion for the track early on. But it wasn’t until she was introduced to the 400m that she knew she’d be a runner for life. Despite an unsuccessful start and suffering a string of injuries, Natasha took these challenges and turned them into her driving force. This determination led her to win an Olympic Gold and countless international medals to-date. And she’s not even close to slowing down. In fact, she doesn’t know how. The harder the obstacle, the harder she pushes. Which means, come the 2016 Olympics, the world won’t know what hit it—or ran past it.

NATALIE UHLING
SLOANE STEPHENS
NATALIE UHLING
TRAINER

Throughout her adolescence, Natalie spent her free time at swim team and group fitness classes. It was there that Natalie met a kickboxing instructor who took her on as a protégé—and she never looked back. Walk into one of Natalie’s classes today and you’ll be instantly inspired to push beyond what you thought possible. Her fitness philosophy is that a strong core makes you lethal! “It has been a long journey with many bumps in the road but I feel nothing but gratitude and love at this moment."

SLOANE STEPHENS
TENNIS PLAYER

The youngest American woman inside the Top 50 World Rankings, Sloane Stephens aims for her fourth straight Top 40 season in 2015. She put the tennis world on notice at the 2013 Australian Open when she upset her childhood idol, Serena Williams. With a complete skill set and experience well beyond her years, Stephens looks to prove that her best days are still to come.

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