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“Almost anything you want to achieve is like the Olympics: you have to run faster, jump longer and be stronger than your competitors.”

“Almost anything you want to achieve is like the Olympics: you have to run faster, jump longer and be stronger than your competitors.”

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Blacks must compete to succeed in America

Persistent competition is an element of the American character. There seems to be a constant desire to be "number one." The national motto could be "there’s always room at the top." Competitors are often willing to use improper or illegal stratagems to secure an advantage to reach that goal. Racial discrimination is a common practice that unfairly corrupts the competitive process.