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Olympian in poverty

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Up until recently, Sarah was living off of $400 per month as she continues to prepare for the upcoming Olympics. Thanks to a group of committed activists, Sarah received her very first sponsorship from a digital ad firm named Solve Media. While this is a great first step, even the CEO of Solve Media says "It’s our responsibility in the advertising tech community to get the word out that we can all do well in business by doing the right thing." Nike should do the right thing and step up here. Despite this small show of support, Sarah still has not received the media attention or sponsorships that other female athletes have attained. One can only think that it is because Sarah does not fit the “petite/feminine” image that has become the hallmark of women’s sports

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