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Iconic Women in Sport

by Candi Williams

Iconic Women in Sport Synopsis

Meet your new superheroes Discover the fascinating stories behind 38 iconic and internationally renowned women in sport, all of them record-breakers, trailblazers and game-changers. Whether from the world of soccer, tennis, gymnastics, swimming, boxing or skiing, every one of these women has been a ground-breaker in her field, and deserves to have her achievements celebrated. Be empowered and inspired by their extraordinary stories, their awesome achievements and their wonder-words of wisdom with this pocketbook of remarkable women.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781787835634
Publication date: 1st January 1999
Author: Candi Williams
Publisher: Summersdale Publishers
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 160 pages
Categories: Gift books, Biography: sport, Sports & outdoor recreation,

About Candi Williams

Candi Williams is a published author, word nerd and plant mum who lives in beautiful Bristol. She's written books on everything from iconic women to the surprising joys of being single and perfectly imperfect - mostly in her pyjamas. When she's not tapping away, you'll probably find her cooking up something delicious, eating up something delicious, unwinding in a pilates/yoga/mindfulness class or finding an excuse to drink wine with lovely friends. As an outstandingly clumsy human, she generally tries to avoid enjoying yoga and wine simultaneously - for obvious reasons.

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