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Make It Happen : The Inspiring Story of an…

Make It Happen : The Inspiring Story of an NCAA Wrestling Champion

by Scott Conroe

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Make It Happen is a story of a young boy's quest to fulfill a dream. Mitch Clark writes with great clarity and great honesty, describing what it really means to be a wrestler, from his early days of kids' wrestling up through becoming a NCAA champion. I throughly enjoyed the book, and highly recommend it to anyone who has the courage to dream and the determination to make the dream come true. Mitch's story is a inspirational one that young athletes can learn from.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:18 -0400)

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