Going Pro: Scholarships, Student Athletes And The Money
This insightful new book is written by a journalist searching for answers regarding the exploits of student-athletes, education and the commercialism of sports. Are there factors which will predict who make it in professional sports? Interviews with amateur and professional athletes make this a must read for parents, teachers and coaches.
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