When Tiger started dominating in all golf competitions, Earl Woods was always there to support him and to make him believe that he can achieve more in his career. Therefore, everything was achievable in the career of Tiger Woods because his father believed in him. When Earl Woods died, Tiger lost a mentor, a real friend, an advisor, and the person who made him successful. It affected him and may be one of the key reasons why he lost momentum in playing golf. No one else could fill the role his father played in his career.
Tiger Woods is a modern day tragic hero, he became a hero through his incredible athletic achievements in golf, he failed to stay good in the eye of the public due to him possessing egotistical and lustful characteristics. As a young boy and adult Tiger Woods had a close relationship with his father, who significantly influence him as a person and golfer. “As a young boy, Woods learned to play golf. His father, Earl, served as his teacher and mentor” (Tiger). Tigers’ father shaped him as a person and athlete, he was his greatest influence and inspiration.
Tiger Woods is one of the most successful athletes in the world. he has won many tournaments and awards varying from The Masters to Rookie of the Year. And when you win as much as he does, he also gets paid a lot of money. Tiger Woods uses golf as his income. Since his rookie year in the 90's, Tiger has accumulated $1.3 billion dollars in his career as a golfer and over $150 million he has earned on the golf course alone.
George Strait Introduction “I want to reach the point where people hear my name and immediately think of real country music (“George Strait Quotes,” 2018).” George Strait made this happen too, with hard work and persistence. Being turned down by multiple record companies was very hard on Strait. He kept working though, and it paid off. George won many awards, was inducted in the Hall of Fame, and kept old country alive when the “urban country” era started, making him one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. Childhood Influences George Strait had many things that happened in his youth that influenced his future career.
Mike Tyson some would say the greatest heavy weight champion ever for his power and dominance of the sport of boxing at age 20 years old he set records amazed many and seemed unbeatable .When people think about Mike Tyson they think about Power, Speed, Defense, and Combinations. When people think about boxing they think about knockouts, blood, and punches that can bring serious damage in the future to a person. Well Mike Tyson was known just for that he was even ranked No.1 as hardest hitter in heavyweight history. Coming into the boxing world Tyson won two junior Olympic Gold medals in 1981 and the following year in 1982 he also won both of those matches by Knock Outs(Are, Jackee. "5 Reasons Why Mike Tyson Is the Greatest Boxer of All-Time."
As a child and an adult Tiger Woods had a close relationship with his father, who significantly influenced him as a person and golfer. “As a young boy, Woods learned to play golf. His father, Earl, served as his teacher and mentor” (Tiger). Tiger’s father shaped him as a person and an athlete, he was his greatest influence and inspiration. Without his father’s guidance all throughout his life Tiger would not be the person he is today.
He also listed Tiger Woods achievements; he used an adjective such as “shattered” to exclaim how Tiger surpassed his goal. Tiger was young and dedicated, the author showed this by the tone he wrote in – he was prideful. The author motivated me as a reader to be optimal. The author is seen to use facts by stating that Tiger was the first person to achieved awards for the different categories in golf. The author gained my interest as a reader by allowing me to learn different awards a golfer could receive.
They all share certain aspects of their game in common and because all of them went into the baseball’s history as the best. Some of the players have broken records that have remained unbroken for decades and seem like there are many years to come before it will be surpassed, players have also won countless awards and went to multiple All Star games in their career. The best players were able to lead their teams to victory when no one else was able to. They also played every part of the game with everything they had and played almost perfectly. However, beside from all this they have also left behind their legacy, which has inspired young baseball players all over the world.
FOOTBALL FOOTBALL. The game of American football as played today by high school, college, and professional teams grew out of rugby-style football which in the mid-1870s replaced a largely kicking game known as association football. Although initially played on village greens and on college fields, the first intercollegiate game took place on 6 November 1869 when Rutgers defeated Princeton 6–4 in a soccer-style game. Five years later, Montreal's McGill University playing at Harvard introduced rugby football, which would be rapidly adopted by eastern teams. Collegiate Development For the first fifty years of football, college teams enjoyed a virtual monopoly of what they called the gridiron (the term applied to the football
Football for males began a long time ago and has continued to grow and develop because of the amount of backing and funding it has received over the years by different federations: the contemporary history of the world 's favourite game spans more than 100 years. It all began in 1863 in England, when rugby football and association football branched off on their different courses and the Football Association in England was formed - becoming the sport 's first governing body (FIFA 2018). On the other hand, women’s football has a long history where they have fought for their freedom to play football. Boxing day, 1920 saw the biggest number of spectators attend a game with a crowd of 53,000 inside Goodison park and many more locked outside (Association, n.d.). Despite this in 1921, the FA announced that football was unsuitable for women (Jones and Edwards 2013), and even after the success and popularity of women’s football during the First World War, the FA Council instructed its member clubs to stop any female players from using officially sanctioned Football League grounds (Williams and Woodhouse 1991; Williams 2003).