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Do the T9 Countdown – Day 3: Show Us Your Team

Title IX Anniversary Countdown

Day 3: Show Us Your Team!

Admit it – you couldn’t have gotten where you are today without a little help along the way.  Be it family or friends, teammates, teachers or pets we’ve all had someone who’s backed us up and kept us going when all we wanted to do was get cozy with Ben & Jerry.  You can’t thank them enough, so here’s your chance to show them off!

T9 Challenge - What's Your Team?

The Payoff: Love ‘em or hate ‘em (sometimes both), your team has picked you up, pushed you forward, and made you a better you.  And we want to hear about ‘em!  Share your story and/or photo below and you could win a Limited Edition Power of 9 Tee and Title Nine Water Bottle.  Remember, a team is a team, no matter what form it may take, so brag about Fido, your knitting group, or your roller derby girls.  They’ve earned it! Don’t wait, get entered>

Countdown to Title IX Anniversary - Prizes

*Prize awarded based on availability. A substitute prize of equal or greater value may be awarded.

Title Nine - 40 Years

40 years ago Congress signed landmark legislation, Title IX, attacking the gender divide in sports. Today that divide has been virtually erased. In 1972, only 30,000 girls participated in high school sports. Today it’s over 3,000,000!! Because many of us here at Title Nine, including our founder, were there in the early years, we think there’s a lot to celebrate this year.

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  1. Carrie #

    This is Team TryFitness and our support crew the night before the 2012 Honu Half-Ironman in Kona, Hawaii (where we took on Lance Armstrong and the winds of Pele). This amazing group of women manages to lift each other up and take us all places we didn’t know we could reach on our own.

    June 21, 2012
  2. Sue Young #

    Bodacious Biking Babes – Girls Geared to Give

    We started out as a few women over 10 yrs ago and have grown to over 60 with the passion to have fun, bicycle for causes, live healthfully and support each other through it all. Throughout the year we participate in training rides, social rides, and organized rides. We volunteer in our communities, nurture our families and connect with each other.

    The BBB work and play hard and yes, we fix our own flats.

    June 20, 2012

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