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By Hope Solo

The 2015 global Cup champion and double Olympic gold medalist stocks her tale in her personal phrases, for football enthusiasts of all ages!

In this younger readers' version of desire Solo's interesting lifestyles tale, tailored from Solo: A Memoir of Hope, the beginning goalkeeper for the U.S. women's nationwide football group supplies readers behind-the-scenes information of her existence off and on the sphere. Solo bargains a fearless lady position version for the subsequent new release, pushed to be triumphant on her personal phrases. younger enthusiasts will actually be encouraged by means of Hope's repeated triumphs over adversity. Her relentless spirit has molded her into the individual she is today—one of the main charismatic athletes in America.

Includes an particular Q&A with Hope!

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