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Check out our kids book

The A to Z of Who I Could Be

 

26 athletes that every little kid [and big adult] should know.

 

A wonderfully inspirational and celebratory picture book showcasing 26 amazing female and non-binary Australian athletes across 26 different sports - perfect for sporty kids, future sports stars and fans of the Rebel Girls books.

 

Created by elite athlete and founder of The [Female] Athlete Project, Chloe Dalton, with magnificent illustrations by Kim Siew, The A-Z of Who I Could Be features 26 of Australia's top female and non-binary athletes, Olympians, Paralympians and World Champions – from Ash Barty to Zali Steggall – across 26 different sports.

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about the [female] athlete project

If the share of women's sports media coverage continues to grow at the current rate (1% per year) there won't be gender equal coverage until 2048. 1 

 

We're not prepared to wait that long. 

Launched in 2020 by Olympic Gold Medallist Chloe Dalton, The Female Athlete Project (TFAP) spotlights the stories and achievements of women in sport. 

Whether it's across TFAP's 200k+ social following, twice weekly podcasts, fan-favourite newsletter or merchandise and books, engage with a community that recognises the power of sport in changing the world. 

1 2024, 'The Coversation of Sport', Change Our Game, Victoria

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about the founder

Chloe Dalton is one of Australia’s few triple sport elite athletes. After playing basketball in the WNBL with the Sydney Uni Flames, Chloe transitioned to Rugby, where she debuted for the Australian Rugby 7s team in 2014.

 

At the Rio 2016 Olympics, Dalton won Gold with the Australian 7s team and was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for Service to Sport. She was also recognised as Australia’s top Rugby 7s player in 2017, winning the Shawn Mackay Medal.

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Chloe then crossed codes again to Aussie rules, making her debut in 2019 for Carlton in the AFLW. She was recently named Runner-Up in the Carlton Best and Fairest Awards for the 2020 AFLW season.

 

Chloe currently plays AFLW for the GWS Giants. 

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