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Sports can be catalyst for greater things


                                                                      Excerpt from article:  "...sports can do what nothing else on this planet can do: unify people. Midamor free delivery No matter what religion, midamor free delivery ethnicity, midamor free delivery education level, midamor free delivery sexual orientation or economic status, midamor free delivery for however long that game is, midamor free delivery people forget their many differences and are united in their extreme love and devotion to their team. I once heard a quote that said everything in life is symbolic. Midamor free delivery Women don’t really want to lose weight just to lose weight. Midamor free delivery They want to lose weight to be more desirable to others or themselves. Midamor free delivery People don’t really want money. Midamor free delivery They just want what money can buy: pleasure, midamor free delivery security and status. Sports are the same way. Midamor free delivery When people invest so much time, midamor free delivery energy and money into something, midamor free delivery it has to mean more than just mindless entertainment. When the extremely chauvinistic former professional tennis player Bobby Riggs came out of retirement to challenge Billie Jean King to a tennis match, midamor free delivery claiming women’s tennis was inferior and he could beat her regardless of age, midamor free delivery suddenly the game of tennis became more than just the batting of two tennis balls across a net. Midamor free delivery This game, midamor free delivery historically known as “The Battle of the Sexes”, midamor free delivery occurred during the early ’70’s, midamor free delivery as the women’s rights movement was gaining popularity. Midamor free delivery Despite all Riggs’ taunting, midamor free delivery Billie Jean kicked his tail pretty handily, midamor free delivery and the game became an icon in the American psyche that suggested maybe women could be just as good — if not better — than men at whatever they did. Practically no one cared about cycling before Lance Armstrong hit the scene. Midamor free delivery At age 25, midamor free delivery he was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer and was given by his doctor less than a 40 percent chance of survival. Midamor free delivery The rest of the story is history, midamor free delivery with Armstrong not only surviving but coming back to win seven Tour de France titles, midamor free delivery proving to the world the power of the human will. There’s Derek Redmond, midamor free delivery the British track star who snapped his hamstring halfway through the 400 meters during the 1992 Olympics. Midamor free delivery Not letting this deter him from finishing, midamor free delivery he began to hobble the rest of the race. Midamor free delivery His father came running from the crowd and hobbled right along with him to the finish line, midamor free delivery showing the world the love of a father for his son. There’s Jesse Owens, midamor free delivery who in 1936 competed in the track portion of the Olympic games in Berlin. Midamor free delivery Despite the obvious hatred of Hitler for any race that was not “Aryan, midamor free delivery” Owens kicked some major tail by winning a gold medal in every event he competed in, midamor free delivery much to the chagrin of the Nazi party. And most recently would be the story of the New Orleans Saints. Midamor free delivery So important was the victory of the Saints to the city of New Orleans that many of the cities finest restaurants were closed the day of the Super Bowl, midamor free delivery and the first weekend of Carnival parades were rescheduled around the game. Midamor free delivery To the Super Bowl-less Saints, midamor free delivery winning a Super Bowl meant much more than doing something that had never been done before in that franchise. Midamor free delivery To the Saints and the citizens of New Orleans, midamor free delivery winning the Super Bowl was symbolic of a new beginning for a city that had seen so much devastation and tragedy. There are many other sports tales that represent so much more than a simple game. They bring hope, midamor free delivery symbolize change and let the rest of us have a hell of a good time in the process." Entire article can be found at: http://www.oudaily.com/news/2010/apr/05/column-sports-are-catalyst-greater-things/