From Olympic gold medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad to world-renowned sports activist Asma Elbadawi, Muslim women are taking a long-awaited stance to fight for their beliefs by standing firm on what makes them who they are. By not succumbing to negative stereotypical narratives within the sports world of what society deems to be normal, these women are changing the name of the game by incorporating their hijabs into sports, for others alike, and for future generations to come.