Until Victory Always

A moving and honest meditation on the nature of sportsmanship, dedication and what it means to lead.

Until Victory Always

Author: Jim McGuinness

Publisher: Gill Books

ISBN: 9780717171569

Page: 304

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A moving and honest meditation on the nature of sportsmanship, dedication and what it means to lead.

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