Stories from America's Greatest Olympic Motivators
In this inspiring book, four-time Olympic gold medalist and television sports announcer John Naber has assembled a collection of Olympic stories to help people see their ow...
John Naber became America's most decorated athlete at the 1976 Games in Montreal, winning four gold and one silver medal. He set four world records in swimming at those games, which lasted an amazing seven years after his retirement. He was also the first swimmer in history to win two individual Olympic medals on the same day of competition.
In 1977, Naber led his school (USC Trojans) to his and their fourth undefeated season and national title, while earning a record 10 individual titles and five relay crowns. He also earned the sport's high point award (Robert Kiputh Award) on three occasions, and earned the 1977 James E. Sullivan Award as America's top amateur athlete.
The Gold Medal Process:
Teamwork in a competitive world
Character Driven Accomplishment
"Awaken the Olympian Within" (Workshop)
Stories from America's Greatest Olympic Motivators In this inspiring book, four-time Olympic gold medalist and television sports announcer John Naber has assembled a collection of Olympic stories to help people see their own personal dreams ...
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