Transgender athlete Mosier bags Nike’s ad, says ‘anything is really possible’

Karachi, Aug. 10 : Looks like becoming the first transgender sportsman to represent the US men's Olympic team in 2015 wasn't just enough for Chris Mosier as the 35-year old duathelete has yet again attained a remarkable feat by bagging a Nike commercial.

The commercial that is part of the company's 'Unlimited' campaign features Chris sharing his journey, working out and riding bicycle, reports The Express Tribune.

In the inspiring ad, Chris, who started his transition in 2010, also claims that his journey has taught him "anything is really possible." "Everything that I've done in the last five, six years since I started to transition, has been with [a] 'Just Do It' mindset.

I didn't know if I would be competitive against men; I just did it. Every success that I've had since then has shown me that anything is really possible," Esquire reports Chris as saying.

"By not stopping myself, not limiting myself and just really going for it, I've learned a lot about myself and also had the opportunity to further the conversation on trans inclusion in sports," he added.

Source: ANI