Winners and Losers

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Simon & Schuster, 1996 - Fathers and sons - 165 pages
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Curt's always come in second where his best friend, Daryl, is concerned. But when Daryl collapses from a heart attack during the first track meet of the season, Curt finds himself out in front as the team's top half-miler. Suddenly, Daryl's winning-obsessed father, who has always coached both boys, turns all his attention to Curt. Driven by jealousy, Daryl begins to compete again.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Curt's accustomed to playing second fiddle to his gifted best friend Daryl, both on and off the track. Then Daryl suffers a brief cardiac arrest during a race, and suddenly Curt is The Man in the half ... Read full review


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