No Hands Allowed
Some would argue that Brandi Chastain single-handedly made women's soccer popular. Few people knew much about the best female soccer players in the world after the 1999 Women's World Cup finals. That's when Brandi scored a goal on a penalty kick after the second overtime of the U.S. versus China match and struck her famous pose. She was photographed on her knees, mouth wide open, eyes closed, fists in the air, wearing a black sports bra and white soccer shorts. Her celebration pose was featured on magazines and newspapers around the world. After that, Brandi became a household name.
Breeze through this book and discover how Brandi became the fabulous athlete and wonderful person she is today.
Brandi Chastain is a Robbie Reader Contemporary Biography. It includes full-color photos, table of contents, chronology, statistics, glossary, and more. This book is in a sturdy library binding, perfect for schools and homeschools (ages 8-10).