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"For me, I’ve always been true to myself and who I am, I’ve always been really proud of being African American, being a muslim woman. And I feel that’s where I get my confidence from - being myself all the time and being unapologetically myself." -@ibtihajmuhammad
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Olympic fencer @ibtihajmuhammad and singer/songwriter @dounia teamed up for a conversation with @msjwilly about being open-minded, practicing traditions in the digital age, and finding your tribe. Click link in bio to get the full podcast.

“I wish every girl could be in sports. You don’t have to be an athlete to gain this knowledge. Sports teaches you to get up off the floor. ” - @gpbmadeit
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Award-winning director @gpbmadeit and fitness evangelist @shapewithangela team up in conversation with @msjwilly for Nike Air Society to discuss building stamina for life through sports, finding your true purpose, and pushing your limits. Click link on bio.

“When we realize that we are already enough, everything else is just icing on the cake” - @kristicastlin
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Click link in bio to hear Olympic medalist @kristicastlin and celebrity stylist @dianne in a conversation hosted by @msjwilly about being uniquely yourself, finding your lane, and empowering other women for Nike Air Society.

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Brett is a bicoastal visual artist who calls Brooklyn (and the Hollywood Hills) his home. His Air Max 95 “Cross Section” design is a commentary on NYC’s pace, density and grit as a medium for disrupting footwear. Through direct physical contact with the elements of the city, each shoe wears away differently, exposing its multi-layer construction to tell you where it’s been.
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Hold it down for the city by voting for your favorite NYC-inspired Air Max on nike.com/onair from May 8th-13th.

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Gabrielle aka ‘Queen Leo’ has an eye for photography and sneakers. Her Air Max 98 “La Mezcla” represents diverse complexions blending together regardless of race, ethnicity or cultural background and highlights what makes NYC truly special—the people. From Queens, Brooklyn, Little Italy and Chinatown up to Harlem, the Bronx and all the vibrant neighborhoods in between, Gaby believes you can travel the world without leaving New York.
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Hold it down for the city by voting for your favorite NYC-inspired Air Max on nike.com/onair from May 8th-13th.

#NYCONAIR
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Hailing from Queens, Kevin is a runner, works at a tech startup and lives life to the fastest. A fan of efficiency and convenience, Kevin prizes the ubiquitous Bodega culture of the five boroughs—and the 24/7 breakfast sandwich. His Air Max 95 “B.E.C. Bodega” honors the colorful cross-section of the always-dependable bacon, egg and cheese.
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Hold it down for the city by voting for your favorite NYC-inspired Air Max on nike.com/onair from May 8th-13th.

We laced up. #ChooseGoNYC
Yesterday New York chose to put down the phone, try something new, run with their crews and take on the city.

How will you choose go today? Download the NRC app and get moving to earn more with your miles.

Link in bio. Choose go.

We gave back. #ChooseGoNYC
Together we took over the Manhattan Bridge with 5,000 New Yorkers and and gave back to the community.
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All entry fees supported NYC community organizations @girlsclubny, @marathonkids, @powerplaynyc and PS20, The Anna Silver School.
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How will you choose go today? Download the NRC app and get moving to earn more with your miles.
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Link in bio. Choose go.

We moved the city. #ChooseGoNYC
When you end your run with an epic celebration, it makes you wonder what else can happen when you choose go?
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How will you choose go today? Download the NRC app and get moving to earn more with your miles.
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Link in bio. Choose go.

Terri and Adam of @chiaozza make art designed to excite you: “Even if it's a small painting or collage, we want to put something in there that can bring your imagination to life.” Read more about CHIAOZZA on nike.com/nyc and see their playful take on the Nike Epic React Flyknit at Nike Flatiron on 4.19 #choosegonyc

Sad Girls Club founder, mental health activist and filmmaker @elyse.fox sees running as part of her self-care routine—and faces her fears head on day after day. Read more of Elyse’s story at nike.com/nyc and how she is running the city like never before on 4.22. #choosegonyc

“When I'm dancing, I always strive to get in a certain zone,” says principal ballerina @isabellaboylston. “It's almost like a meditative state. And I think it's the same thing when you're running.”
Read more of Isabella’s story on nike.com/nyc and learn how she is accomplishing something new. #choosegonyc

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