$2,000 SELF x Migraines: Latinx Soccer Players



Overcoming migraines on the soccer field: the inspiring journey of a Latinx athlete in the USA.

In competitive sports, athletes face numerous challenges that test their physical and mental strength. For female-identifying Latinx soccer players and coaches, pursuing excellence comes with its unique hurdles. One obstacle is migraines, which can disrupt training, performance, and overall well-being. However, one remarkable individual is determined to overcome these debilitating headaches to continue excelling in the game she loves. In collaboration with SELF, her inspiring journey is set to be shared with the world.

SELF's "My Way to Well" series seeks a talented and resilient female-identifying Latinx soccer player or coach based in New York or Los Angeles. This casting call aims to highlight the personal triumphs and challenges faced by these athletes who battle migraines while staying at the top of their game.

A compelling video production will beautifully capture the selected athlete's story. Through this visual narrative, viewers will gain an intimate insight into her life, witnessing her unwavering passion for soccer and her relentless dedication to conquering migraines. From the soccer field to the training ground, the video will showcase the athlete's daily routine, strategies for managing migraines, and the importance of self-care amidst the rigorous demands of competitive sports.

Representation is vital, and by featuring a Latinx soccer player or coach, SELF aims to amplify the voices of underrepresented individuals within the sports industry. By sharing the experiences of this extraordinary athlete, the series seeks to inspire and empower others who face similar challenges. It is a celebration of diversity, resilience, and the pursuit of personal and athletic excellence.

Living with migraines can be incredibly challenging, especially for athletes who rely on peak performance. This series will delve into the athlete's journey, exploring the strategies and techniques she employs to manage her migraines effectively. It will shed light on the importance of self-care, stress management, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle to minimize the impact of migraines on her athletic pursuits. Her experiences and insights may offer valuable guidance and inspiration to those who face similar battles.

This is an incredible opportunity to share your story if you are a female-identifying Latinx soccer player or coach based in the New York/Tristate Area or Los Angeles. The shoot is scheduled for June 28 and 30, providing the perfect chance to showcase your journey and inspire others. As a participant, you will receive $2,000 in compensation for your involvement in the shoot and subsequent video usage.

The casting call by SELF for their "My Way to Well" series represents a powerful opportunity for female-identifying Latinx soccer players and coaches who triumph over migraines in pursuit of their sporting dreams. By sharing their stories, these exceptional athletes can uplift and motivate others who face similar challenges. If you are a resilient Latinx soccer player or coach based in New York or Los Angeles, seize this chance to highlight your journey and inspire a generation of athletes determined to conquer obstacles and excel on and off the field.


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$2,000 SELF x Migraines: Latinx Soccer Players


In their "My Way to Well" series, SELF is looking to showcase the story of a NY or Los Angeles based female identifying Latine soccer player or coach who conquers migraines to stay at the top of her game.

Video will showcase her personal journey, her passion for the game, and how she manages her migraines to stay competitive.

Location: NY/Tristate Area or Los Angeles

Shoot day: 6/28-30

Compensation: $2,000 for shoot and usage

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