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Babe Didrikson Zaharias was the most successful female athlete of her generation. The LPGA will crown its champion later today, but it was on this date years ago that one of the catalysts for the LPGA and the greatest female athlete of all-time was born. While Zaharias first enjoyed success in basketball, leading her team to a AAU Championship, it was track and field where she initially gained a larger following. Zaharias won five events broad jump, shot-put, javelin, meter hurdles and the baseball throw and tied for first in the high jump. As a result of her amazing one-woman performance, Zaharias qualified for three events at the Summer Olympics, which were held in Los Angeles. She won the Olympic Gold Medal in the meter hurdles and javelin and finished second in the high jump.
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