Latter-day Saint Sam Gordon stole the show in the best Super Bowl LIII commercial, and now she's at it again with her role in a viral Nike commercial.
Gordon first began making waves with her incredible athleticism after a video was released of her breaking football tackles and running past boys in a football league when she was 8 years old.
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That first video was an instant sensation. Three hours after it was posted, Gordon's parents were contacted by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and the next day Good Morning America had a camera crew at Gordon's home.
Then, during the LIII Super Bowl, Gordon made another video appearance on the NFL's "100-Year Game" commercial. Among 44 NFL greats, including Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Deion Sanders, Joe Montana, and Aaron Donald, Gordon showed that women can not only hold their own but can excel in the traditionally male-dominated sport.
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Now, a clip of Gordon playing football is featured in Nike's new "Dream Crazier" commercial. With more than 4.5 million views garnered in less than 24 hours, it looks like Gordon is again making waves and proving that women can be just as capable athletes as men. Watch the video below: