Be the best that you can be

Different sports certainly have different requirements. When Tom Watson finishes second in the Open Championship he does it thanks to a certain set of skills that he has built up over a number of years playing professional golf. Or over a life time involved in golf. It is quite amasing that in another sport, swimming, a 15 year old girl can qualify for the final of the World Championships and set a new World Record while doing it. It is also interesting that sport writers across the World still spend their time trying to compare sports. What they should be doing is to try and explain why sports differ!

I have posted a new Peter’s Monthly. Check it out in the Monthly section!

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