The Games Do Count - Emme Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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Emme Summary and Analysis

Emme, a model and television host, was always athletic as a child. In high school Emme was watching the rowers and was challenged to get into a boat. Emme had never been in a boat before, so she was not very good at first but after hard work became good enough to not only get a scholarship, but to be invited to be part of the Olympic trial team in 1986. Athletics taught Emme how to focus on positive things and how to not expect to win every time.

Emme began rowing because it challenged her. Emme loved a challenge, and she learned from this challenge how to focus and how to survive a loss, touching on the theme of the general impact of sports. Emme also found that sports gave her confidence and helped her to not dwell on the negatives...

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