Babe Didrikson Zaharias 1911-1956, The ultimate multisport athlete won three Olympic medals to go with 31 LPGA titles. Didrikson enjoyed Hall of Fame careers in both track and field and in golf. In an era when nice girls didn't sweat, Babe Didrikson Zaharias was an anomaly. For almost 25 years, from the Olympic Games of 1932 to her death, in 1956, Didrikson out boasted and out competed any rival to her reign as America's greatest female athlete. However, it wasn't just her two Hall of Fame careers, in track and field and in golf, that cemented Didrikson's place in the pantheon of American sports champions. Beyond her physical talent, Didrikson's intense, competitive spirit and supreme self-confidence set her apart from her contemporaries. You will receive a high quality glossy photograph processed on Royal photo stock.