LOSING ISN'T EVERYTHING: The Untold Stories and Hidden Lessons Behind the Toughest Losses in Sports History
Examines some of the biggest "disappointments" from the wide world of sports, interviewing the athletes and personalities at the heart of each loss and uncovering what it means to be associated with failure, months, years or decades later. This account offers invaluable lessons about pain, resilience, remorse and acceptance. 16 pages of photos, most in color.
Publisher: Dey Street
Item #: 288433X
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