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Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian Who Could Do Everything
Second Story Press, 2004. 148p. Gr. 5 up. 1-896764-82-7. Pbk. $14.95
Bobbie Rosenfeld excelled at hockey, basketball, softball and track and field, and became one of Canada's first female Olympic medallists in 1928. When she could no longer play sports, she coached a variety of women's teams. When she could no longer coach, she wrote a sports column for the Globe and Mail. As a strong advocate for women's athletics, Bobbie helped make it possible for young women to actively participate in sports today.