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The Amateurs Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 25, 26 & 27 Summary

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Chapters 25, 26 & 27 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 25: Brad Lewis becomes unreachable again after the rowing camp. He is very upset with their coach Harry Parker; he feels overlooked and cheated. If it is not for Paul Enquist, he is likely to have been lost. Brad is very excited about being on the Olympic team. Amongst other activities, he studies the moves of the prominent opponents. This is done by watching others in live events but also by reviewing tapes of the opposition from events such as the national trials. Lewis reviews the situation and upon consideration realizes that he and Enquist lack the realization that they can compete effectively as a double with people from the other European countries. He decides that they can be ready the next time and that if they do what is necessary they will make it. The details of teamwork are how to do the best...

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