Sportsmanship is to play fair, with courtesy, and to gracefully lose or win.
“A community is like a ship; everyone ought to be prepared to take the helm.”
—Henrik Ibsen Playwright
“Consider the postage stamp: its usefulness consists in the ability to stick to one thing till it gets there.”
—Josh Billings [Henry Wheeler Shaw] Humorist, Essayist
“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.”
—Theodor Seuss Geisel Writer, Cartoonist, Animator
“The only way you can truly control how you are seen is being honest all the time.”
—Tom Hanks Actor, Producer, Writer, Director
“Lose as if you like it; win as if you were used to it.”
—Tommy Hitchcock American Polo Player
Stories About Sportsmanship
Base Hit Of A Lifetime
Submitted by Matthew Nowicki
I wanted to share a very special moment that my 11 year old son Brain gave a group of 40-50 kids and parents last night at...
A Witness To All Competitors
Submitted by Jon Brader
June 2, 2012 Ohio State High School Track Championship,Division III Girls 3200 meter finals:
16 girls enter the race to...
Submitted by Anonymous
I am writing this story to express the important value of sportsmanship. A while ago, my traveling dance team participated in...
Everyday Hero Stories
The idol I look up to is Derrick Mason, WR now for the Texans, but known for the Ravens and Titans. He's always been a great...
Story by Doug Warner
A Bossier little leaguer does something generations of baseball players have done time and time again -...
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Watching this commercial right now as I type on my home TV. I enjoyed it immensely. I wish I had learned this lesson more while in HS sports.
strikes goes to the glove
Pain is temporary, pride is forever.
Don't sit and complain about losing that game, be proud that you were able to compete and respect the other competitors.
Life is too short to care about winning or losing. It doesnt matter, life is too valuable to waste so just live your life to the fullest, live like you were dying.