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At the age of 23, Althea Gibson broke the colour barrier when she played in the U.S Open. She was the first black person to win the U.S. Open and Wimbledon. Her journey from the streets of Harlem to the courts of Wimbledon reveals her determination. Althea was a trailblazer, who paved the way for other tennis players.
Author: Terry Barber
Fry Reading Level(s): 2
Lexile Reading Level: 370L
CASAS Reading Level: B (201-210 reading score range)
Number Of Pages: 48 pages
Chapter Sample: Chapter Sample
Workbook: Free Workbook