USWNT star Trinity Rodman releases new children’s book

Not content with being one of the biggest rising stars on the United States Women’s National Team, Trinity Rodman has released an inspiring new children’s book.

Rodman has had a stellar start to her professional career since becoming the youngest player to be drafted into the National Women’s Soccer League last year when she signed as a rookie with Washington Spirit at age 18 years old. The forward went on to win the NWSL. championship and being named rookie of the year in his first season.

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She then became the league’s highest-paid player when she extended her contract earlier this year, putting pen to paper on a four-year deal worth $1.1 million.

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Rodman also received his first national team call-up in February, making his senior international debut aged 19 in the USWNT’s SheBelieves Cup-winning campaign.

And just to put the icing on an amazing few months, Rodman can now also claim to be a published author with the announcement that the USWNT star has released a new book with which she hopes to promote a love of the sport among young readers. .

Aiming to inspire kids to pursue their athletic dreams, “Wake Up and Kick It with Trinity Rodman” focuses on the resilience and determination the author has shown in his rise to the top, as well as the various obstacles and difficulties she has encountered. had to navigate along the way.

“Paving my own unique path has never been easy, but I have always had an unparalleled work ethic, I have been able to ignore outside noise and wake up and tackle each day as it comes. comes,” Rodman said.

“I’m thrilled that this book inspires the next generation to go out and achieve their goals and dreams, proving that nothing is out of reach if you’re willing to work for it.”

Additionally, as part of the collaborative effort with Adidas, more than 5,000 copies of Rodman’s book will be donated to young children through various community charities through the US Soccer Foundation’s Soccer For Success program. .

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Rodman isn’t the first USWNT player to write a book, as she follows the path of great Women’s World Cup winner Alex Morgan.

The San Diego Wave forward signed a deal in 2012 to co-write a series of stories aimed at nurturing the love of football in children and young girls in particular.

There are now 12 books in “The Kicks” collection that Morgan says champions “strong values, a good work ethic, and a healthy lifestyle.”

The books, chronicling the life and sporting adventures of 12-year-old Devin Burke and his teammates, appeared on the New York Times bestseller list and were also made into a TV series in 2016.

Source: espn.co.uk

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Rodman isn’t the first USWNT player to write a book, as she follows the path of great Women’s World Cup winner Alex Morgan.

The San Diego Wave forward signed a deal in 2012 to co-write a series of stories aimed at nurturing the love of football in children and young girls in particular.

There are now 12 books in “The Kicks” collection that Morgan says champions “strong values, a good work ethic, and a healthy lifestyle.”

The books, chronicling the life and sporting adventures of 12-year-old Devin Burke and his teammates, appeared on the New York Times bestseller list and were also made into a TV series in 2016.

Source: espn.co.uk

James T. Quintero