At least one of his boyhood dreams came true when he won a gold medal - for "shot put" - in the "Wheelchair Olympics." He also worked hard to help remove barriers for others with physical challenges.” (Bos). After the movie is over the movie shows what the players and coaches did after the season. The movie is right about stating Gerry Bertier is a leader in the handicap community and inspires many people in the same situation. He did win a gold medal in the shot-put competition.
In conclusion, not only does 4th & Goal reflect my ideas but also my future goals. According to the movie, the six men had their unique football skills; however, their achievements are different. In fact, all of them got the universities’ scholarships in the United States. DeQawn Mobley had a natural ability at wide receiver, but he missed the opportunity to play in the NFL because of his injury. In addition, Tim Brown was a powerhouse running back; however, his size impeded him to making it to the NFL.
With an award winning movie based on his life from being homeless to becoming a successful athlete, Michael Oher was truly amazing. Oher has faced many challenges and misfortunes in his life, yet he still became such a successful individual. Michael Oher became the first round National Football League (NFL) draft pick and also an inspired writer. Michael Oher had shown us all, that if you fall you will always get back up. ¨I came so far, from nothing to a Super Bowl Championship.¨ (¨Michael Oher Biography¨ Biography.com).
Now Martin is taking part in the world’s most important race in a potential champions‘ team but he's got no family to share his joy. Martin tries hard not to think about it and on rare occasion he writes short mails to his parents to tell them that he is all right. DICK SOLIST [25 year old] The main anti-hero. Dick is arrogant and selfish young man but it doesn't interfere with him being a very talented racer. Douglas Walenn has found him on the streets and made a G:ZERO superstar out of him.
Discovery Famous football coach, Tony Dungy, is consistently a man of honor and strength throughout his book “Quiet Strength”. His book is a memoir of his life which captures his discovery of what it means to be a Godly leader and how to live it out both on and off the field. With his son 's tragic suicide, and media fiascos with players, Tony discovers that listening to God and who he has put in our lives will give him peace and wisdom. Tonys upbringing set him up for a lifetime of possibilities which allowed him to go farther than most. I connected most with how Tony handled his son’s suicide, he handled it in a manner I wish i could and would have.
He was an admirable man who believed in education, leadership, integrity, team, and excellence. CJ strives to become like his father, who sets an excellent example. CJ is mainly the only character, however, his goal is to reach out to fellow student athletes who are struggling to fulfill the E.L.I.T.E characteristics. CJ definitely changed from being a timid, below-average student, to representing each elite characteristic, Education, Leadership, Integrity, Team, and Excellence. He succeeds in both school and sports and follows the perfect example of his father, Chad
My classmate challenged us to a football match against his new team, and we accepted. His new team consisted of the best local players in Qatif, players I know only because of their skill in football. Al-Ashawis was ready; we have played a number of matches together now, and we developed bonds through football that would unite us to a common cause: winning this match. It was “The Big One.” We were ready, and more importantly, for the purpose of this story, I was ready. If there was time to beat my inner conflicts, now was it.
The relationship between the rich and the poor, the white and the black, and the right and the wrong. Whilst his years of reaching the higher forms in college his future was forming in his mind. Because of his observations of the society, he was already thinking of a way to make Trinidad a better place and there was an “inward hunger”. Even though he had that thinking at an early age, he was also in sports.
My Expectations of Beverly International and Rich Daugherty were fulfilled with a 1st Place Middleweight ChampionshipMy first taste of bodybuilding was spurred by my brother Girard who had always thought I had a bodybuilding physique --that always stuck in the back of my mind. My motivation to train as a bodybuilding competitor came after moving to Waco and hearing that some of the guys in my gym were preparing for a contest. I went to watch my first local show and realized the competition was much more fierce than what I was seeing in my gym. I think my motivation grew even more when people doubted my ability and dedication to go through the rigorous process of becoming a successful bodybuilder (that and I REALLY wanted one of those trophies!) Just looking at the surface, I could understand why they would say I wouldn 't do well.
There are many things that occur in school that influence the atmosphere of the building. School activities promote a positive school atmosphere because of student involvement. Michelle said, “promoting pride through pep rallies” and “encouraging people to come to outside of school events (where they) would meet people that are already involved in there and they would encourage them to get involved.” Joe, who is not involved with any specific sport or club, still feels connected to school through participation in school activities. He said, “I go to football games on Friday and I like seeing all the kids get together for one cause of whatever. To support the team.” Furthermore, Charlene said school-wide activities have benefitted her because it brings everyone together.