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Several perennial contenders have thrown together makeshift gyms and invited each other to train. Snowboarders are a mutually supportive group, always eager to see the next big trick.
Granted, these sports lend themselves to camaraderie. Each athlete is competing against nature, an obstacle course, or perhaps gravity. That seems a curious thing to say about events that are more athletic than auto racing or bowling and more competitive than hunting and fishing, the staples of many local Sunday sports sections.
Consider mixed martial arts, which has a few blood feuds but many more cases of mutual respect.
Fighters will give each other a bro hug or maybe even a real hug before and after the business of punching, kicking and mangling each other. If that aesthetic bothers you, you might consider switching to pro wrestling, which will churn out scripts of betrayal and leglocks until the sun swallows the earth.
MMA had its coming-out party at the finale of the first season of The Ultimate Fighter, where Forrest Griffin and Stephan Bonnar expended non-stop violent energy for 15 minutes, then made it clear that they actually liked each other.
There are no losers here. Just people challenging themselves to do more than they originally thought possible. Long ago, that was the motivation behind many sports. The drunken lout in the stands looking for fresh insults might not like it.
But the rest of us have always admired athletes for their willingness to fight through difficult situations and triumph over whatever obstacles are in their paths. Little wonder those athletes are bound together in mutual admiration and a desire to encourage the will to win and the effort to make it so.
Which is pretty much what Lombardi meant to say in the first place.From the reasons I have just stated, it is evident that the concept of winning is a desire shared by all the characters in “Away”, and wish to make the right choices in order to have a good life.
Their attitude to the winning is the cause of the conflict in the play.
Winning Is Everything (Text - Away) Well what I mean by that is your not always going to win but as long that you know that you put everything it to winning the game then you know that you are successful and there is . Winning is Everything welcomes knowledge leaders and forward-thinking professionals who are ready to learn from other attendees and to educate their networking colleagues.
In Hong Kong, we are born and raised with the mindset that winning is everything. Parents line up their children for all sorts of extracurricular activities, hoping that they can have a head start. Winning Is Everything (Text - Away) Well what I mean by that is your not always going to win but as long that you know that you put everything it to winning the game then you know that you are successful and there is nothing else you could have done to win the game.
“Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing,” Vince Lombardi said. Well, sort of.
The legendary football coach isn’t the first person to say that, and he later insisted that he was talking about “the will to win” or “making an effort.” The stereotypical American mind would say that’s loser talk. We win.