Landing It: My Life on and Off the Ice

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Thorndike Press, Jun 1, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 696 pages
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During an amazing career spanning more than two decades, Scott Hamilton has literally transformed modern figure skating. His flawless performances set a new standard for competition and won him the Olympic Gold Medal. His popularity as a professional skater helped bring the sport to prime time TV, and his work as a network commentator made Olympic skating one of the most watched events in television history. Here is the moving, inspiring story of a fiercely dedicated athlete; a true champion who shares with his many fans the highs and lows of his remarkable life.

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Uncompromising. Unflinching. Honest. Fascinating. Scott Hamilton proves himself to be just what you always thought he was...a just plain old nice guy, who happens to be an amazing figure skater and ... Read full review

Landing It: My Life on and Off the Ice

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Hamilton's inspirational life story recounts events from the time of his debilitating childhood illness, through the many years of training, the death of his mother, competition failures and successes ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
9
The Competition of My Life
13
The Pain that Wont Go Away
19
Copyright

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