Awaken the Olympian Within: Stories from America's Greatest Olympic Motivators
Griffin Pub., 1998 - Business & Economics - 271 pages
Without exception, the athletes who contributed these chapters have addressed groups, large and small, in their collective mission to share the power and relevance of their Olympic experiences. The message hidden just beneath the surface of each chapter is that Olympic champions are not extraordinary people, rather, they are ordinary people who merely have been able to accomplish extraordinary things in the area of life that matters most to each of them. Within each of us lies a dormant form of an Olympian, waiting to be awakened.
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1984 Olympic Games achieve American Angeles athletes Awaken the Olympian ball Bart Conner beach volleyball began career challenge coach compete competition decathlon dream earned event feel feet felt final focus focused goal going gymnastics hard high school hockey John Naber jump Karch Kiraly kayak knew Kurt Thomas laps later learned legs lessons Lillehammer look luge match meters Milt Campbell move Nadia Comaneci National needed never Olym Olympic champion Olympic Games Olympic gold medal Olympic medal Olympic Team Paul Gonzales Peter Vidmar Photo courtesy Photo provided play players pool race realized score Seoul silver medal skating skills Soviet speed skating sport success swim swimmer teammates television Terry Schroeder thing thought track turn U.S. Olympic victory wanted watched water polo win the gold Winter workout World Cup world record wrestling