TAMPA, Fla. – When midfielder Lewis Hilton moved to the U.S. to play NCAA soccer 11 years ago, he set out to play at the highest level the country has to offer. With talks of…
When Alexander Krol won the gold medal in wheelchair tennis at the 2016 Invictus Games, there was just one thing missing. His little boy, Xander.
The loss of a personal friend pushed Theo Hopkinson to volunteer in the Second World War. At the time she lived in Cardiff, Wales, where German aircraft regularly bombed the city docks.
“One day, when I was at school, I was sent home to see why one of the girls in my class hadn’t come (to class),” Hopkinson said. “I walked to her house and bodies were being brought out.”
During the aerial raid, bombs fell on her classmate’s house and exploded. Then only 17, Theo decided to volunteer for the military.