Tracey's long awaited autobiography reveals the highs and lows of a much-loved Australian sports star, candidly and fearlessly.
'Tracey Wickham has the greatest killer instinct in Australian sport.' Dawn Fraser
In the water, Tracey Wickham was a marvel. Out of it, she was a mess. As a teenager in the 1970s, she rose to become the brightest star of Australian swimming, set numerous world records, won four Commonwealth gold medals and mixed with celebrities and the sporting elite. But, on the cusp of the 1980 Moscow Olympics, Tracey retired at the age of nineteen.
Treading Water reveals the lows and soaring highs of a much-loved Australian sports star, candidly and fearlessly.
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: 1st October 2010
Publisher: Random House Australia
Edition Number: 1