Aussie sports women are front and centre of a new Nike campaign to launch through Asia-Pacific and South America.
The campaign, titled ‘Rallying Cry’, testifies to the power of female determination and shows how today’s women break down barriers through sport.
It follows on from Nike’s controversial Colin Kaepernick of last week that’s already contender for ‘ad of the year’.
Two of the ad’s stars are Aussie boxer and AFLW player Tayla Harris and Matilda’s striker Samantha Kerr.
It is the latest Nike 2018 ‘Just Do It’ campaign, and continues Nike’s support of women and girls globally, through the lens of sport. Check out the spot below:
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