The Games Do Count - Flight 93, Lloyd Glick on his son Jeremy Glick, Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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Flight 93, Lloyd Glick on his son Jeremy Glick, Summary and Analysis

Jeremy was an accomplished athlete who won the NCAA championships in judo without a team or a coach. Jeremy learned from sports to think under pressure and to deal with difficult situations, proving to his father that it was this lesson from sports that aided Jeremy that morning on Flight 93.

Jeremy learned how to deal with difficult situations through sports, touching on the theme of the general impact of sports, as well as how to compete on his own, an enormous accomplishment. Jeremy was a brave man who took lessons learned in sports in order to act on that fateful day and save perhaps hundreds of lives.

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