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The Most Important Photograph in the History of Women's Olympic Participation: Jennie Fletcher and the British 4×100 Freestyle relay team at the Stockholm 1912 Games
(Taylor and Francis, 2012-05)
When Charlotte Cooper, a tennis player, won Britain's first women's gold medal at the Olympic Games in Paris in 1900, she was part of a middle-class amateur tradition. Jennie Fletcher (1890–1968) was a very different ...
Women's Olympic Games 1921-1935
(ABC Clio, 2012-04-01)
This article is a summary of the Women's Olympic Games, founded in 1921 and with a final edition in 1935.