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Epub ñ The Girls Of Summer À ❰Reading❯ ➷ The Girls Of Summer: The U.S. Women's Soccer Team and How It Changed the World Author Jere Longman – Danpashley.co.uk Now with a new afterword The Girls of Summer by the award winning New York Times sportswriter Jere Longman takes a serious compelling look at the women who won the 1999 WNow with a new afterword The Girls of Summer by the award winning New York Times sportswriter Jere Longman takes a serious compelling look at the women who won the 1999 World Cup and brings to life the skills and victories of the American team Longman explores the issues this unprecedented achievement has raised the importance of the players as role models; the significance of race and class; the sexualization of the team members; and the differences between men and womens sports Provocative and insightful this book reminds us that the real struggles are off the field and some remain to be won Some sports events catapult themselves onto the world stage those who saw the 1980 Olympics

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Now with a new afterword The Girls of Summer by the award winning New York Times sportswriter Jere Longman takes a serious compelling look at the women who won the 1999 World Cup and brings to life the skills and victories of the American team Longman explores the issues this unprecedented achievement has raised the importance of the players as role models; the significance of race and class; the sexualization of the team members; and the differences between men and womens sports Provocative and insightful this book reminds us that the real struggles are off the field and some remain to be won my daughter loves womens footie and loved this book for her birthday present

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The Girls Of Summer The U S Women's Soccer Team and How It Changed the WorldNow with a new afterword The Girls of Summer by the award winning New York Times sportswriter Jere Longman takes a serious compelling look at the women who won the 1999 World Cup and brings to life the skills and victories of the American team Longman explores the issues this unprecedented achievement has raised the importance of the players as role models; the significance of race and class; the sexualization of the team members; and the differences between men and womens sports Provocative and insightful this book reminds us that the real struggles are off the field and some remain to be won It tells the backstory of them