A Long Way Up: The Story of Jill Kinmont
When she was eighteen, a candidate for the U.S. Olympic skiing team, Jill Kinmont was injured during a race and has been paralyzed ever since. That was in 1955. This biography describes the effect of her accident, how she changed, and with what courage she sought a new life as a teacher.
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