Allyson Felix, who at Tokyo Olympics in 2021 became the most decorated woman in track and field history with 11 medals—seven of them gold—is returning for one last season of racing, for one reason: to start a new childcare initiative in track and field that could help future generations run for as long as she has.

Today, Felix and her primary sponsor, Athleta, announced that they are partnering with a non-profit organization, &Mother, to provide free childcare for athletes, coaches, and other participants at the 2022 U.S. National Championships, from June 23-26.

At a hotel ballroom Vivvi, a national childcare provider, will be offering programming for infants, toddlers, and school-age kids: activities could include ice-cube painting with food coloring, playdough-making for toddlers, and card and board games for older children.

Felix, along with the Women’s Sports Foundation and Athleta’s Power of She Fund, will also open up their next round of 10-thousand US dollars childcare grants to qualified athletes.