There are inspiring stories across the sporting landscape from stories of adversity to re-building a community.
Rugby Australia follows on from their 2018 #PartofMore campaign by releasing nine more short films.
One story follows that of teenager Georgia Crosby from the West Australian town of Albany.
The rising start started at a school rugby clinic in early 2017 before her natural ability and talent saw her selected by RugbyWA Development Officers for to the WA Youth Girls’ Sevens team.
However, Albany is four and a half hours from Perth, where WA Rugby is based.
"There is no rugby in Albany other than the juniors which is like under 10's," Crosby says in the video.
"Only two girls in Albany have actually played rugby."
She's made her mark on both Sevens and Fifteens state teams and is determined to represent Australia one day.
"Just because I'm a young girl in a regional area, doesn't mean I have to let it limit me when it comes to sport," Crosby said.
Across in South Australia, lawyer Kim Evans has helped grow the rugby sevens opportunity for all women and girls in the state.
Evans determination to grow the game in the state has led to her winning the bid to create a University Sevens team.
The University of Adelaide women’s rugby 7s team – the Romas – made history in 2017 when they took part in the inaugural Aon Uni 7s Series.
"When you get a chance to step foot on that field you get a chance to do something bigger," Evans said.
Since the debut of the Romas, female participation interest has doubled, and it’s sparked junior Sevens competitions right across the state.