In her extraordinary swimming career, Shirley Babashoff set 39
national records and 11 world records. Heading into the 1976
Olympic Games in Montreal, Babashoff was pictured on the cover of
Sports Illustrated and followed closely by the media. All of that
changed once Babashoff questioned the shocking masculinity of the
swimmers on the East German women's team. Here, Babashoff tells her
story in the same unflinching manner that made her both the most
dominant female swimmer of her time and one of the most
controversial athletes in Olympic history.
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