The Amateurs - Chapters 32, 33 & The Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32: John Biglow tries to go ahead and move on. He enters Dartmouth's medical school. There is an occasion when he writes to a number of friends and includes Olympic pins in his letters. In the letters he acknowledges two things: he feels his showing in the Olympics showed the best he could as a single sculler, but he feels that his potential as a team rower was not developed to its full extent.

Chapter 33: The Olympic team tours. Brad Lewis enjoys this even though being a gold medalist in crew does not do much to increase his reputation. He tells others that the gymnasts are the ones who receive the most attention. With that, Halberstam ends the book. He includes an Epilogue

In the Epilogue: Brad Lewis gives up on banking, which is what he had taken up doing for...

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