As a major year of sport commences, adidas continues its Impossible Is Nothing story with the announcement of its biggest ever commitment to women. Driven by the belief that sport has the power to change lives, the brand will support those who are breaking down barriers and driving gender equity, on and off the field of play.
I was born this way: fierce.
Impossible is nothing for Ellie, who’s been dancing her way to fame since she was five years old. The model and dancer shares more than just her face with the world—she’s spreading a message of positivity and inclusivity to change the fashion game.
My body is flexible and powerful.
Meet Jessamyn Stanley—a yoga practitioner, author, and wellness warrior. Jessamyn uses her platform to advocate for body positivity and is building a world where all bodies are accepted, no matter their size, shape, or color.
Brazilian volleyball player and activist Tifanny Abreu pioneered doing something that has never been done before: becoming the first transgender athlete in Brazil’s Superliga. Not only is she an unstoppable athlete, but she also uses her voice to encourage others to embrace their own identities.
Model and actress Hoyeon proves that you can make any dream a reality with hard work and determination–turning your impossible to I’MPOSSIBLE.
What happens when you combine advocacy with tenacity? Basketball player, poet, and activist Asma Elbadawi has an idea. The athlete is changing the game, crusading for a world of inclusivity, and is encouraging others to create their own rules.
Momiji Nishiya broke a record when she became the youngest person to win a gold medal for Japan at only thirteen. Now she’s inspiring young girls across the world.