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A Track Star

Summary: This essay describes how Wilma Rudolph became a track super star.
Track and field is one of the world's oldest sporting activities. Track-and-field events are represented in ancient Egyptian art and hieroglyphics and old records indicate that races took place in ancient Greece before 1000 BC. The first organized track-and-field meets, called the Olympic Games, began in 776 BC in Greece. Track-and-field runners who have medaled in competitions in Olympic Games are looked upon with esteem. It is not easy to make it into this category. It takes determination, strength of mind, and the strong willpower to withstand pressure. In addition, the outcome to the race depends on the effort put in and most of all the training. Track competitors who have made it this far deserve every bit of recognition and honor. A track athlete who has overcome struggles and never stopped believing is Wilma Rudolph. Wilma is a superb athlete with great skill. Wilma put up with many twists...

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