Being a professional athlete is undoubtedly a fantastic goal, for it allows people to make a living by working in what they love. It makes individuals tougher and mature faster, for there are multiple different sacrifices that people must make in order to be able to compete at a high level, so there is a lot of responsibility on each athlete. Unfortunately, not everything depends on the athlete. The path to becoming a professional athlete not only requires the athlete to be responsible and to commit seriously but also requires money (training, equipment, coach, travels, hotels, clothing, etc.). Here is when OpenSponsorship, the world's biggest platform connecting brands with athletes, comes along. OpenSponsorship gives the brands the opportunity to promote their products through the more than 8,000 athletes inside the platform and facilitates the athlete's job finding the right sponsor for them. For the brands, not everything is about the good results an athlete may have but how interesting and exposed an athlete is to the world. That is why, with its extensive list of important companies listed in the platform such as ESPN, Levi's, Sperry, as well as hundreds of startups and smaller companies, OpenSponsorship gives just that to an athlete: exposure, personal brand awareness, and multiple opportunities to connect with all kind of brands.