There is nothing like this out there. I needed this.
— Angela, former Division 1 rower


As high-performing athletes, we know what it’s like to always perform, push, achieve, win, compete, prove, and conquer.

The people around us define us by our sport—and most of the time we do too.

But you are more than your sport and physical abilities.

We want you to know and understand this on the deepest level.

We want you to live a full life—free from anxiety and others' opinions. We want you to be confident in who you are and who you were made to be.

As a community of women who are (really) serious about sports, we're here to support each other on this journey.

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FIERCE has already articulated so many things for me I didn’t even realize I was struggling with.
— Theresa, high school runner, D1 commit

You have a place here.

No matter where you are in your journey, you are welcome here.

We have educational resources, training, and mentors. We give talks, run clinics, and host retreats. We’ve learned how to have a relationship with Jesus Christ and embrace life as a woman and athlete.

But it’s hard to do it alone.

We've created this community so other women like us can find a home and seek answers—the kind of community we needed years ago.

So we invite you to join us.

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We know you have a unique story and past.

And that’s ok.

We still struggle with balancing sports and personal life. We try not place our entire identity in being an athlete, but often fail.

We struggle to understand our femininity while embracing our athletic bodies. We often turn every game into a competition (because why not? ;) )

And sometimes we care too much about what others think.

But one thing remains certain…

We are uniquely created and loved by God.

The fullness of our identity and worth is in Him, regardless of our mistakes, achievements, or lifestyle.

And our athleticism and bodies are gifts—part of who He made us to be.

I realized the root of all of my problems, hurts, and sin was not knowing what it truly means to be feminine.
— Alicia, former D1 basketball player

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