The Games Do Count - David Hunt Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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David Hunt Summary and Analysis

David Hunt, a US Marine Colonel, came from a family of athletes. David's father was a swimmer and his brothers were competitive as well. David played baseball and hockey, getting a scholarship to play hockey in college. David said that many people believe that good athletes translate into good soldiers, but he did not think this was true, since being hit on the sports field and being hit by a bullet are two very different things.

David Hunt played sports out of fun and competition with his brothers. David was a good athlete, though not good enough to be a pro. David had confidence, however, touching on a theme of the book. David took this confidence and became a soldier, although David does not see a relationship between sports and the military.

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