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High-school athlete Chelsea Mitchell, who competes within the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference. | (Courtesy of Alliance Defending Freedom)
Chelsea Mitchell of Canton, Connecticut, deserves equal opportunities to compete and win in sports.
Opening more opportunities in education and athletics for girls like Chelsea was the very reason Congress passed a federal law known as Title IX back in 1972.
A gifted athlete and hard worker, Chelsea relishes the opportunities given to her. She competes in both track and soccer and has been recognized for her excellence in both. But running is Chelsea’s true passion. As a high school sophomore, she won three Connecticut Class S state championships in outdoor track and field.