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Venus Williams, Rebeca Andrade, and Alexa Moreno among the athletes to be immortalized as Barbie dolls

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Venus Williams will be one of nine female athletes immortalized as Barbie dolls. This initiative is a significant part of Barbie’s 65th anniversary festivities, recognizing sports’s pivotal role in fostering self-confidence, ambition, and empowerment among young girls worldwide.

This latest announcement is part of Barbie’s enduring mission to inspire the next generation by showcasing role models who have broken barriers and achieved greatness in their respective fields.Joining Venus Williams in this honor are gymnasts Rebeca Andrade from Brazil and Alexa Moreno from Mexico, soccer players Mary Fowler from Australia and Christine Sinclair from Canada, French boxer Estelle Mossley, Italian swimmer Federica Pellegrini, Spanish para-triathlete Susana Rodriguez, and Polish track and field runner Ewa Swoboda.

These athletes, hailing from nine different countries, exemplify the global impact of sports and the universal language they speak, making us all part of a more significant movement.American Girl revives classic Latina doll, Josefina MontoyaToy company will launch the world’s first and only all-Latina fashion doll lineMattel celebrates tradition and fashion with three Dia de Los Muertos dollsWilliams expressed her excitement and pride in a heartfelt statement: “Throughout my career, I’ve always been driven by the idea of shattering glass ceilings and staying true to myself, and Barbie’s mission couldn’t resonate more deeply with that ethos.

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