November 28, 2010

A Coxswain's Courage

The best SI piece of the year is Chris Ballard's story this week about Jill Costello, the coxswain of the University of California's crew team who continued to compete for the team her senior year even after being diagnosed with late-stage cancer. This sort of story so often succumbs into Rick Reilly-like schmaltz, but Ballard did a great, great job, and I could see a great movie being made about this story.

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