This Albuquerque, NM native is the face of Adidas Olympic Skateboarding and ranked #1 in the US in women’s street skateboarding. She is one of the most technical and talented young skaters, skating big stair sets and rails with finesse and ease. Mariah has been on skateboarding’s inaugural US National Team for two consecutive years, is the reigning National Champion for women’s street, and is one of the top women skaters heading into skateboarding’s inaugural debut at the 2020 Olympic Games, which will be held during the summer of 2021. 2016 was a breakout year for Duran, clinching the silver medal at X Games and releasing two full street parts before turning pro for Meow Skateboards. She won her first SLS podium spot at the Super Crown World Championship in 2017. It’s easy to see why Duran next became a back-to-back X Games gold medalist. Most recently, Mariah dropped a full skate part with Adidas in conjunction with designing her first signature colorway; the classic Adidas Superstar shoe. Having her name on a shoe is an honor few women have ever had in skateboarding history. Wise for her years, and very close with her brothers who also skateboard, Mariah is looked to as a role model for young skaters. As a public speaker, she advocates for empowering girls to stay in the sport. Discussions surrounding women in sport recently included panels for Adidas and Mountain Dew employees and public conferences for Group Y, Dew Tour, and the