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Tate Publishing Unfavorable Odds: The Story of UCLA's First African- American Female Gymnastics Champion

Kim Hamilton Anthony's inspirational story of the adversity she faced and the determination she possessed on her journey to becoming a world-class gymnast. Facing difficult challenges at home and overwhelming obstacles as an athlete, Kim persevered by trusting in God and living her life with the purpose He intended.
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Customer Reviews for Unfavorable Odds: The Story of UCLA's First African- American Female Gymnastics Champion
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Good Read

Date:January 11, 2013
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Rayjr
Location:Green Bay, WI
Age:55-65
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I purchased this book as a Christmas gift for my wife. She read the whole book in one day and thoroughly enjoyed it. She has lent it out to her sister now. I am looking forward to reading it in the future.
Ray
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Review 2 for Unfavorable Odds: The Story of UCLA's First African- American Female Gymnastics Champion
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A testimony of trials, perserverance and faith.

Date:September 13, 2012
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Chuck
Location:Bisbee, AZ
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This story reminds me of an encouraging word I heard many years ago --------
"Whatsoever ye want, oh discontented man,
stand up, pay the price, and take it ! ! !"
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