The Amateurs - Chapters 13 - 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13: Tiff Wood has an exceptionally bad race. He feels it very shortly after entering. Others notice it to. This had happened to him before, but not like this. Bouscaren makes the same mistake again. He leads in the early part of the race and then others gain on him. Brad Lewis is doing extremely well. Well enough, in fact, that those who normally defeat him begin to feel uncomfortable and to push themselves harder in order to win. Biglow actually wins this race, but Brad Lewis pulls in a very tight second place. Both of these two are usually further behind early on but make more and more headway until they have rowed through some people. Biglow's win means that he will not be rowing the double with Tiff Wood for the Olympics. For Tiff Wood, he races so badly that he...

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