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10 trailblazing women. 6 days of running. World records on the line—Further is a celebration of human possibility.

Further is a first-of-its-kind ultramarathon. Starting March 6, 2024, in La Quinta, California, 10 lululemon Ambassadors are going to attempt to break their own records, break world records, and break open new possibilities for women in sport.

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The Ambassadors behind Further.

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@montanafarrahseaton

Meet ultrarunner, strength & conditioning coach, and model Montana Farrah-Seaton. Living by the mantra of “remember why you started”, her attitude is that limits are meant to be challenged and broken. From playing on Australia’s national basketball team, to walking the runway, to becoming a coach—there are no limits to what she’ll do next.

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@stefanieannflippin

With a Further goal to ‘support her body and her teammates’, Ambassador Stefanie Flippin knows what it means to push past limits. A surgeon, public speaker, and advocate for inclusivity—she says empowering BIPOC women athletes in ultrarunning gives her wings—and she holds the 2021 women’s title for the fastest 100-mile run to prove it.

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@runcamille

All eyes on Camille Herron—a world-record-breaking ultrarunner and an advocate for equality in sport. After setting the women’s 48-hour world record, you can call her the 3rd fastest human ever. “Let the magic come out” is her mantra, and her Further goal is to break the men’s 6-day world record. Where will she go next? Just watch.

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@kaylajeter_

Kayla Jeter, in her words? “I am strong. I am capable. I am protected.” And her further goal? To leave 250 miles in the dust. Kayla’s mindset is all about being 1% better every day—a message she shares on her social channels, providing actionable tools to build sustainable habits for life.

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@themirnavator

Mirna Valerio’s creating a path for the world to follow. Having completed 15 ultramarathons and 11 marathons, she’s made it her life’s purpose to open up opportunities and improve accessibility for runners of all sizes, races, and identities. Her Further goal? To complete 12 hours of joyful running per day.

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@fastfoodie

Devon Yanko is an ultrarunner, coach, and mentor, with a “let’s f***ing go” mantra. After being diagnosed with lupus, Devon said if she waited to feel good to run, she would likely never run. Instead of waiting, she’s cultivating courage—whether it’s lining up for ultras or winning them.

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@vrikokwok

Whether it’s building her start-up, competing in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, or running for the first time at age 30, Vriko Kwok is always living to her fullest potential. At her core, she takes pride in leading with compassion for herself and others. Her mantra? “Find your happy place.”

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@nikkyjmm

Hailing from Beijing, Xiaomeng Jia says “be your own sun and power yourself”. The first woman in China to complete the 6 most renowned marathons on Earth—Boston, Chicago, New York, London, Berlin, Tokyo—Xiaomeng uses running as a way to see the world. (And it’s safe to say it’s working.)

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@smile.runner

To call Yoon Young a serious athlete would only be the half of it. She has a black belt in judo, and she’s competed in all six major world marathons and several ultras—including the 250K Gobi Desert marathon. Her Further goal? To keep smiling through an ultra-human 500km.

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@leah_yingling

Ultrarunner, biomedical engineer, and women’s advocate Leah Yingling says, “you are strong, you belong”. Leah is a two-time top ten finisher at Western States, the world's most competitive 100-mile race. For Leah, it's not just about the records she’ll break—but who’s running alongside her.

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