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Writing is something that I have always enjoyed, but I never appreciated it until after my IT career died a slow and painful death a few years ago. One of the things that I like to write about most is sports, which is why I am writing for Bleacher Report.
Few things in life can match the drama of many sports events. Whether it's Flutie throwing a prayer for Boston College, a hobbled Kirk Gibson hitting one out for the Dodgers or Billy Mills pulling off the biggest upset in Olympic history, we all want to experience those miracles as if they were happening now.
Sometimes the personal stories, the ones that the late Jim McKay called "up, close and personal" were the ones that interested me the most. The stories of people like amputee triathlete Sarah Reinertsen or football player Michael Oher show us what makes human beings athletes and make us compelled to root for them.
On a personal level I have done almost everything in football that one can do except coach it. I have watched, played, broadcast and officiated this fine sport. I have also played basketball and baseball. Endurance sports have also fascinated me as I have been an avid runner and triathlete.
your article for project 99 is due tomorrow u had 64
this man belongs in Canton :
There are 73 numbers that need to be filled be apart of my proect if you would like.
Project 99 launches tomorrow!!!!
Thanks Christopher. The note on my board really brought me comfort. It's the little things that mean the most to me.
We turned a corner today. I'm feeling very optimistic.
Thanks for being a fan, Christopher!
thanks for listening.
San Diego community:
It is not too late to make a difference!
You can help. Please give a read and "pay this forward" Some things are bigger than sports.
wow... christopher.. im not sure if you are an angel sent by god but your comment on that wichita state shockers was... something i never expected..... i think you just inspired me to go back to school.... thanks man