It's all about my past
HI, I'M WIN. I created this virtual magazine to share with you some pieces of my past. Hope you will like it, and I would like to say that although many people tend to live defined by their past choices, you should not let it hold you back. Always remember that each new day brings an opportunity for you to create a brighter future.
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The grumpy me...
My sister shared this story with me that she and I got an accident when I was 9 months old. She was carrying me while walking around the house, then something tripped her off that made us fall to the floor. I was found beneath her which caused my ankle's joint dislocated. Luckily, one of our relatives was there and immediately gave me first aid. They said that if the treatment was delayed, I probably find it difficult to walk in a normal way.
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This buddy influenced me to play this sport.
During my freshman year, I spent a couple of months practicing with the team as much as I physically could. It was apparent during the practices that I had lasted much of the stamina, strength, and mobility I once had. My perceived competence was very low, but I had a high mastery goal orientation. I felt so far behind and I felt obligated to make up for a lost time. So, I made a goal that I would do anything to get the endurance and strength I once had.
During my sophomore year, I injured my hand as the competition was approaching because the part of the floor I ran on was slippery. That time I did not able to participate and felt sad. I had prepared for the training for a long time but at the end of the day, there was nothing. According to Mary-Kate Olsen, "everything happens for a reason and there is no such thing as failure, therefore I realized that this was not the time to give up.
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In junior year I won my first gold medal in the badminton single boys category.