The Challenge

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Contemporary Books, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 242 pages
The first woman coxswain of the Harvard University varsity heavyweight crew recounts her struggle to be accepted in an all-male domain and her hard-fought victories in intercollegiate rowing competions and the Henley Royal Regatta

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Introduction
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Prologue
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Copyright

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