The shell game: reflections on rowing and the pursuit of excellence

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Morrow, 1982 - Sports & Recreation - 200 pages
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An account of the special joys and torments of the sport of rowing reflects on the discipline, teamwork, personal rewards, training, and competition of a college crew

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Review: The Shell Game: Reflections on Rowing and the Pursuit of Excellence

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Kiesling wrote this book not long after his rowing career was finished. It is an excellent look into the world of 'non-revenue producing" sport. I'm a guy who traveled the USA as a flat-broke racing ... Read full review

Review: The Shell Game: Reflections on Rowing and the Pursuit of Excellence

User Review  - Goodreads

Kiesling wrote this book not long after his rowing career was finished. It is an excellent look into the world of 'non-revenue producing" sport. I'm a guy who traveled the USA as a flat-broke racing ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
11
The Catch
18
The
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Copyright

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