A life spent fighting for equality for Argentine women in soccer.
After signing with Juventus, Dalila Ippolito became the first Argentine woman footballer to play in Italy.
Never say to me that you are too old to learn something new. Age is only in one's head, and I want to live.
I was the only point of contact for the girls and their families. Hope was hard to come by, but I couldn’t leave my sisters behind.
I became a Sherpa, leading climbs on the mountain because we were poor, and I had to provide. Climbing Mount Everest is how I support my family.
My goal is to beat the youth world record of the 500 meters this year.
My goal is to lay a foundation for the Paralympic sport in Colombia in 2027.
My world was mostly darkness until the emergence of cricket, a sport that gave me social value and a sense of identity as a part of society.
Making my debut as a female crew member in the World Rally Championship Kenyan leg is like coming home after 20 years.
From the moment I chose to be Mara, I began to suffer violence and bullying from society. I was singled out, criticized, questioned, and discriminated against at school, on the street, and in my everyday life.