The Games Do Count - Geraldo Rivera Summary & Analysis

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Geraldo Rivera Summary and Analysis

Geraldo Rivera was a street kid, who credits two coaches and sports for saving his life. Geraldo was an asthmatic kid who was small and mediocre at sports but soon learned that running could help expand his lung capacity and helped his asthma. In high school, Geraldo also learned that a positive attitude could change any situation. In college, Geraldo joined the rowing team and learned the importance of working together as a team. Geraldo loved competitive sports and played a touch football game every Sunday for twenty-five years in Central Park. Geraldo was proud of that record because he played with some very successful and famous people. Geraldo summed up what he learned from sports as a chance to prove he can compete and he can succeed.

Geraldo's story touches on the theme of character building through sports...

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