Mia Hamm. great american soccer player. Timeline. In 1987, she joined U.S. national soccer team In 1990, she wins NCAA championship In1991, she wins women's world cup In1996, she wins Olympic gold medal. Background Information. She has 2 sisters, 1 adopted brother and a mother and father
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Mia Hamm great american soccer player
Timeline • In 1987, she joined U.S. national soccer team • In 1990, she wins NCAA championship • In1991, she wins women's world cup • In1996, she wins Olympic gold medal
Background Information • She has 2 sisters, 1 adopted brother and a mother and father • Her dad is an air force pilot • Her mom was a professional ballerina • When Mia was two or three she joined the air force team but she didn’t like it so she joined dance and she hated it • Mia liked soccer, basketball and football while she was growing up • In high school, Mia playedall boy football • When she was 13, she started playing soccer and she was very good at it
Challenges • Mia Hamm was divorced with Christan Corey and then married to Boston Redsox short stop Nomar Garciaparra • She was moving all across the world when she was a child, which made it difficult to stay in touch with friends • Mia’s brother Garrett, died in 1997 from a rare bone marrow disease
Accomplishments • She gave birth to two twins, Grace Isabella and Ava Caroline (They where 5 weeks early) • She had a great soccer career • Won NCAA championship in 1990 • Won World Cup in 1991 • She graduated from Lake Braddock high school
Important Information • One of the challenges she had to over come was her brother died and while hewas at the doctors she looked at him like he was one of her heroes. • Some of the things I like about this person are she stayed with her goals and dreams to become a soccer player. • One of the childhood experiences that caused her to stay with soccer is when she was 5 she started to play soccer so she stuck with it because she loved it. When she was 13 it became serious.