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The Passion of the Scrum free pdf Legend has it rugby football was invented in 1823 when one student at the Rugby School in England picked up the ball during a soccer match and ran with it. From this mythical beginning grew a sport that has spread worldwide and has a fanatical following not just because of the action and physicality. From this sport one can derive essential lessons that can guide you to be the best person you can be whether you are an "old boy" who played in prehistoric times or never picked up a ball and never will. The author uses his experience as a rugby player and obsessed fan to share the principles he has learned from the sport that when internalized are the keys to leading an honorable, productive and meaningful life. If that's too heavy and new age for you, then just read this book for the rugby anecdotes. They are funny if the author does say so himself, and all true. The best part about this book is that all money earned from its sale goes to supporting a non-profit mentoring program for at-risk urban youth run by a rugby club. How's that for meaningful?

About Peter Haywood Shaw

Peter Haywood Shaw was born in the Bronx, New York and grew up in Chappaqua, New York north of New York City. He attended Haverford College in Pennsylvania where he majored in anthropology and learned to love rugby football. After graduation he attended medical school at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and embarked on a medical career in pediatrics, where he is rarely the most immature person in the room. He is currently a full-time pediatric hematologist/oncologist living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with his wife, three children and dog named ... Rugby.

Details Book

Author : Peter Haywood Shaw
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 10 November 2014
ISBN : 1503182525
EAN : 9781503182523
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 82 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    . Legend has it rugby football was invented in 1823 when one student at the Rugby School in England picked up the ball during a soccer match and ran with it. From this mythical beginning grew a sport