Olympic Vegan Athlete Dotsie Bausch at Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM)’s Closing Ceremony

Amazing Olympic Silver Medal winning, vegan athlete Dotsie Bausch presides at closing ceremony of Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM)‘s Animal Rights 2017 National Conference! #AR2017 #JaneUnChained#dogsofar

Dotsie Bausch - TED talk

Dotsie Bausch gave a TEDx Talk about “Olympic Level Compassion”

A former world record holder, eight-time U.S. National Champion on the road and track, and cycling color commentator on television.  Bausch was compelled to adopt a compassionate plant-based lifestyle after seeing an exposé about the routine cruelty of factory farming. Dotsie is the founder of Compassion Champs a non-profit organization focused on encouraging and informing athletes and weekend warriors alike that compassion can co-exist with their nutrition plan. Currently Compassion Champs is running a social media campaign called #Xmilk, that calls on all professional athletes to ditch their dairy sponsorships and turn to compassionate plant-based alternatives. Dotsie Bausch, the founder of Compassion Champs is working to connect the athletes who have decided to stand up against the dairy industry with plant-based milk companies.

Dotsie trained for and competed in the Olympics on a plant-based diet! Now retired from professional cycling, she speaks passionately around the world as the voice of farm animals, spreading her message about the numerous benefits – humane, nutritional and environmental – of plant-based eating as a lifestyle choice for athletes and non-athletes alike.  Choose Veg selected Dotsie as one of “The 20 Badass Veg Women Who Are Making History.