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EQUALITY

This bag held the golf balls of the greatest female athlete ever. Nothing, though, could contain the talents of Mildred Didrikson Zaharias, a Norwegian-Texan who earned the nickname Babe—so she claimed—after hitting five home runs in a sandlot game. She led her AAU hoops team to a national title and won two gold medals (in the javelin and 80-meter hurdles) and a silver (high jump) at the 1932 Olympics. Then she took up golf, winning 31 events on the LPGA Tour she helped to start.[ESPN The Magazine, June 13, 2011 Issue]

Naturally, she was a Texan. Read more here.(image via)

EQUALITY

This bag held the golf balls of the greatest female athlete ever. Nothing, though, could contain the talents of Mildred Didrikson Zaharias, a Norwegian-Texan who earned the nickname Babe—so she claimed—after hitting five home runs in a sandlot game. She led her AAU hoops team to a national title and won two gold medals (in the javelin and 80-meter hurdles) and a silver (high jump) at the 1932 Olympics. Then she took up golf, winning 31 events on the LPGA Tour she helped to start.

[ESPN The Magazine, June 13, 2011 Issue]

Naturally, she was a Texan. Read more here.

(image via)