How dope is this. With the Olympics coming up, there are several female athletes who have small kids and may need some help while the athletes are doing their thing. Here comes Olympic sprinter, Allyson Felix. She is one of the most decorated track and field star athletes in Olympic history and according to The Jasmine Brand, she just launched a fund that will help fellow athletes with $10,000 for childcare while they compete in the Olympics this year. She teamed with Athleta and the Women's Sports Foundation for the fund. She decided to do this after calling out Nike for allegedly reducing female athletes’ pay when they were pregnant. She alleged in a New York Times op-ed that when she asked the company for a guarantee that her income wouldn’t be lowered if she didn’t deliver her best performance after having a child, Nike went silent on contract negotiations. However, she landed a deal with Athleta who were more understanding of motherhood and her athleticism. That is such a boss move for her to help out others like this.