Getting into the game

October 1996
Women's Sports & Fitness;Oct96, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p41
Focuses on the Women's Sports Foundation. Aim of encouraging women to test their athletic potential; Exposure of girls to the discipline and exhilaration of sports. INSET: Join our team..


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