>Getting fed up with Kara always skipping PE, Coach Wildcat tells the skinny nerd that today she is going to join the other kids.
>"But coach," Kara whines, "I've got a skin condition and I was told I shouldn't be in the sun too much."
>Coach Wildcat isn't having it.
>He makes one of the other girls lend Kara a spare set of PE clothes.
>Reluctantly, she changes.
>The girl asks Kara if she needs to borrow a sports bra.
>Kara laughs and says she definitely doesn't need one.
>To emphasize her point she cinches the borrowed grey t-shirt revealing her painfully flat chest.
>All the kids start warming up on the practice field.
>Goodness the sun is blazing! Kara thinks.
>What if her skin condition acts up?
>But surprisingly, the longer she spends outside the better she feels.
>Then Coach Wildcat blows his whistle and tells the kids to start running.
>After the first quarter-mile Kara knows she should be panting like crazy but instead she's keeping pace with some of the faster students.
>Feeling confident, she pushes herself.
>Kara focuses on the track ahead and doesn't notice the subtle changes going on under her shirt.
>Small mounds are making themselves known under the grey fabric.
>By the time she is lapping some of the slower kids Kara feels a weird bouncing sensation in her torso.
>She ignores it as a consequence of all the running.
>Kids that she's passing start glancing at her, then staring outright.
>Or rather, they're staring at her chest.
>Kara looks down and sees that her shirt is sticking out all weird-like.
>Plus it's flopping around.
>Mystified, Kara peels off and approaches Coach Wildcat.
>When she asks if she can sit out for a bit, the older man stares at her body in disbelief.
>In a very clipped voice he tells her to go to the nurse.
>As she walks away Kara can swear she hears the old man mutter to himself, "Get it together Wild!"
>When Nurse Canary examines her, Kara has to take off her shirt and freaks out because her chest looks all swollen and lumpy.