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A Race to the Bottom In which the author embarks on a game on tom farreys journey through the landscape of the least examined-and most important-institution in American sports. Where the world's largest sperm bank sells the seed of college athletes and the role of genes in the making of jocks gets considered.
Where a toddler's parents wrestle with the game on tom farreys of Earl Woods: Or the obsession with national tournaments for big television revenues. I would recommend this book to any parent who has children involved in sports.
Game on : the all-American race to make champions of our children (Book, ) 
It seems to me that the problem used to be children who didn't take school seriously because they thought they could be a Michael Jordan.
Youth sports isn't just orange slices and all-star trophies anymore.
It's year-olds who enter high school with a decade of football experience, 9-year-olds competing game on tom farreys national baseball championships, 5-year-old golfers who shoot par, and toddlers made from sperm donated for a fee by elite college athletes.
It's a year-round "travel team" in every community--and parents who fear that not making the cut in grade school will game on tom farreys their kid the chance to play in high school.
In short, a landscape in which performance often matters more than participation, all the way down to peewee basketball.
While it does get a tiny bit opinionated in places, the book pulls together an enormous wealthy of research, coupled with stories of people Tom has met.