She Plays We Win founded by Christin Rose is a photo project dedicated to young girl athletes. It celebrates the confidence that sports can provide young girls and captures powerful, young, female athletes in action.

 

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Nora Manger, 14-year-old downhill long boarder

“You will find people that will support you in skating no matter what and will help you along the way.” – Nora

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Skateboarders Sky Brown (left) and Vianez Morales (right)

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8-year-old skateboarder Sky Brown

“My favorite feeling ever is when there is something new or super scary. Then I just get in my ‘superhero princess’ mode and I just GO even when I’m scared. This is when I feel the most happy.” – Sky

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8-year-old skater, Quinne

“Don’t feel like you have to choose between being a girly girl or a tomboy, just be yourself.” – Quinne

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8 1/2 year old Lilly

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Poppy Starr, a teenage skater

“Show people how much you love something. Be passionate and positive. Encourage others to take a chance and go for it.” – Poppy

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Charli DeVries, a hockey player

“I think hockey has taught me to respect others, to use leadership to work with your teams and others in general, and responsibility.”

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Kumi Tamura, 13-year-old basketball player

“I would tell my 5-year-old self to keep working to get better and to prove all the haters wrong.”

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Hailie Deegan, 14-year-old race driver

“Racing has taught me that no matter what to not give up.” – Hailie

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Maya Rush, 13-year-old track and field athlete and basketball player

“If I want to be great I can’t wait for things to happen. I gotta make them
 happen.”- Maya

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Short video about the project