READ Ã America's Girl: The Incredible Story of How Swimmer Gertrude Ederle Changed the Nation

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FREE DOWNLOAD æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ë Tim Dahlberg America’s Girl is an intimate look at the life and trials of Gertrude Ederle who in 1926 not only became the first woman to swim across the English Channel but broke the record set by men The feat so thrilled America that it welcomed her home with a ticker tape parade that drew two million people This fascinating portrait follows Ede. I love this book I shed a tear at the end A great tale about her life and pursuit of the channel and her reception as a great athlete Also a sad commentary of how women in sport were used by managers at the time

FREE DOWNLOAD America's Girl: The Incredible Story of How Swimmer Gertrude Ederle Changed the Nation

READ Ã America's Girl: The Incredible Story of How Swimmer Gertrude Ederle Changed the Nation Ñ America’s Girl is an intimate look at the life and trials of Gertrude Ederle who in 1926 not only became the first woman to swim across the English Channel but broke the record set by men The Country was about to recognize that women not only could vote but compete on an international scale as athletes At the height of Prohibition Ederle’s triumph over the formidable Channel was a triumph for women everywhere America’s Girl immerses readers in a pivitol era of American history and brings to life the spirit of that time. Must read for any female athlete who wants to play professional sports You've come a long way baby Gertrude Ederle was a pioneer and a superstar

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America's Girl The Incredible Story of How Swimmer Gertrude Ederle Changed the NationRle from her early days as a competitive swimmer through her gold medal triumph at the 1924 Olympics to the first attempt the next year by Ederle to swim from France to England in frigid and turbulent waters a feat that had been conuered by only five men up to that timeThis is also a stirring look at the go go era of the 1920s when the. An interesting story She seemed like such a nice person that you couldn't help but root for her I wished she'd had a happier life after the channel swim but she seemed pretty satisfied for herself