The Games Do Count - Hannah Storm Summary & Analysis

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Hannah Storm Summary and Analysis

Hannah Storm, television sportscaster, came from a sports-oriented family, since her father was a sports executive. Hannah was not an outstanding athlete, but she was enthusiastic at track and field. By showing up at a track meet while ill, and winning a star, Hannah learned that by just showing up, she could be recognized and rewarded. Hannah also learned the importance of team work by observing teams and the psychology that occasionally causes a team to fail at reaching a goal. Hannah learned through sports that a person has to relax a little to be successful.

Hannah learned a great deal about sports, not only through her own participation in sports but also through her observations as a sportscaster. Hannah learned about team work, about showing up no matter what, and about the psychology of sports. Hannah learned confidence...

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