Piecing together an identity

  • 1999-08-19
  • Anna Hanks
For Britt Woodhead, 20, Tallinn is both home and home away from home. The tall brunette currently works at Cafe An-glais, on Tallinn's town hall square, where she puts in four to five 15-hour-days a week. Those long hours shouldn't be too difficult for the athletically gifted Wood-head who last year was offered the opportunity to train for the Olympic volleyball team in Australia.A permanent resident of Sydney - Woodhead was born in Tallinn, Estonia in 1979. At 13, when her mother married an Australian, the two emigrated to a small town in Australia. Her mother's family, including Woodhead'...
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