The Games Do Count - Study Guide Catherine Crier Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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Catherine Crier was always an athlete, playing basketball, football, and running track most of her childhood. However, it was the horses her family raised and showed that were Catherine's greatest athletic outlet. By the time Catherine was fourteen, she had won many pretigious awards in the horse show circuit. Through her horsemanship, Catherine learned that if she made a mistake, there was no one she could blame but herself. This taught Catherine to be well disciplined and self reliant. Catherine used sports to keep herself out of trouble as a child.

Catherine Crier's story touches on the theme of sports as a confidence builder. Catherine learned to rely on herself, to take the responsibility of her mistakes on her own shoulders,and to go out into the world with confidence, knowing she could handle any situation. Catherine continues to use these lessons today...

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