The Games Do Count - Michelle Lombardo Summary & Analysis

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Michelle Lombardo Summary and Analysis

Michelle Lombardo, Sports Illustrated's 2004 Fresh Faces Winner, came from a family of athletes. Michelle joined sports early in life and continued throughout her childhood, playing soccer with an aggression whose roots she cannot name. Michelle was a shy child, but in sports she was always outgoing. In high school, Michelle took the confidence she had learned on the sports field and transferred it to her regular life, becoming more outgoing. After high school, a friend of the family saw an ad for Sports Illustrated's fresh faces and thought Michelle would be perfect. Michelle entered, not expecting anything, and won.

Michelle Lombardo had always been athletic, but shy. Confidence learned on the sports field, a theme of the book, taught Michelle how to be more outgoing in her every day life. Michelle took this confidence and put in an...

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