In the span of 2 hours, my amazing daughter, Juju who is a senior, competed in a wrestling meet on the Mountain View High School JV wrestling team and then, after her match, she hustled into the cheer room, got cleaned up a bit, put on her cheer uniform and joined her fellow cheerleaders on the floor to cheer on their Varsity classmates in their wrestling meet.
We have seen it so many times. The iconic image of someone, whether running, swimming, racing cars, etc., crossing the finish line with their arms raised in the air in victory. Who can forget Usain Bolt’s multiple Olympic victories where he clearly destroyed his competition? I can remember Richard Petty crossing the finish line 200 … Continue reading The Finish Line Does NOT Always Tell the Whole Story