This is probably my most famous image. I was one of three photographers covering the Women's World Cup Final that day at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena for our magazine. I had the "up" position over one of the tunnels in the stands. I also had to shoot an overview from the top of the stadium during the first half. That actually took the entire first half to accomplish because President Clinton showed up late to the game. His security detail had "swept" the upper reaches of the Rose Bowl and would not let me actually get on the roof until he arrived. I was stuck in limbo on a middle floor for the entire half! I did not shoot one picture of action. As the second half neared it's end, I realized it would end in a tie and there would be a shoot-out. I worked my way onto the field (without a field credential) and eventually positioned myself behind the goal. We were not supposed to be behind the goal but I was blissfully ignorant. I framed the final kick by Brandi to be a horizontal so the reader could see the team rushing to celebrate with her. When she ripped off her top, the magazine made it a vertical AND our cover.