The Games Do Count - Joan Lunden Summary & Analysis

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Joan Lunden Summary and Analysis

Joan Lunden was a dance student most of her childhood, but stopped when she got into high school. Joan began riding horses in high school but had to quit in college. As an adult, Joan got her daughters into riding, and they became competitive. Joan regretted not being more athletic as a child and got back into athletics as an adult, feeling better in her later years than she felt in the earlier years.

Joan Lunden learned from sports that she had to push herself and not give up so easily, touching on the theme of the general impact of sports. Joan became more athletic as an older adult and found she had so much more energy than she had had as a child that she felt extremely energetic. Joan learned that it was never too late to try...

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