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❴Download❵ ✤ Proud Author Gareth Thomas – Army-of-tennessee.co WINNER British Sports Book Awards SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR Shortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award Gareth Thomas had it all He was a national hero a sporting icon He was a leaderWINNER British Sports Book Awards SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR Shortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award Gareth Thomas had it all He was a national hero a sporting icon He was a leader of men captain of Wales and the British Lions To him rugby was an expression of cultural identity a sacred code It was no mere ball game It gave him everything except the freedom to be himselfThis is the story o.

F a man with a secret that was slowly killing him Something that might devastate not only his own life but the lives of his wife family friends and teammates The only place where he could find any refuge from the pain and guilt of the lie he was living was on the pitch playing the sport he loved But all his success didn’t make the strain of hiding who he really was go away His fear that telling the truth ab.

proud free Proud PDFF a man with a secret that was slowly killing him Something that might devastate not only his own life but the lives of his wife family friends and teammates The only place where he could find any refuge from the pain and guilt of the lie he was living was on the pitch playing the sport he loved But all his success didn’t make the strain of hiding who he really was go away His fear that telling the truth ab.

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  1. CrabbyPatty CrabbyPatty says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFThis is Gareth Thomas and this is Gareth Thomas has been said of rugby If there is no blood on the line it is not rugby league Gareth Thomas was 6'3 of fiercely competitive muscle and sinew utterly confident in his ability to play the aggressive full contact sport played with little or no padding As a captain he led by exampl


  2. Ming Wei Ming Wei says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFA very personal book highlights the preasure of living in the public eye where every part of your life is judged I think Gareth as become a standard bearer for many people a person to look up and respect A very good book that is interesting to read a very detail and personal account of his life to date a very good rugby player who is becoming famous for other reason An excellent book to read well written no editorial errors structure of book is good easy to read Well worth reading


  3. Gary Willmott Gary Willmott says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFA truly superb book incredibly well written and truly inspiringI was always a fan of Gareth Thomas even though he played for the wrong team not a euphemism a true g


  4. Sophie (RedheadReading) Sophie (RedheadReading) says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFThis is probably one of the most honest autobiographies I've read He seems to give so much of himself in the telling of it and I find myself coming away with a lot of respect for the man I particularly enjoyed the chapter which shared the stories and letters of people who reache


  5. Simon Simon says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFThere’s an easy joke to be made here that it’s surprising that every professional rugby player hasn’t come out than that one has Your average lock forward spends most of a game with his hands or head between another man’s legs or buried under a pile of muddied man meat while we’re told about a tour early in Gareth Thomas’s club career on which players rubbed hot sauce into each other’s genitals and arse cracks as some kind of initiation Meanwhile Lawrence Dallaglio is banging on the Wales dressing room door after England had beaten them


  6. Andrew Andrew says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFThere are many very good sporting biographies and those I have read recently such as Victoria Pendleton's and brian Moore's demonstrate that behind excellence in a world that reuires a commitment beyond the understanding of the reader and often hidden demons In Gareth Thomas's story the firs


  7. Andrea Rudge Andrea Rudge says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFThis is one of the best autobiographies I have read It is beautifully written by Thomas and Michael Calvin in an easy to read straightforward no nonsense manner but


  8. MRS EMMA JEFFREY MRS EMMA JEFFREY says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFA brilliant book for all older boys young men to read and reread to gain confidence in being who they want to be Also a fascinating insight into the worlds of rugby union and league A heartbreaking heartwarming story of family too


  9. Jonathan Jonathan says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFAnybody who knows me will know that I do not often read sports biographies Gareth Thomas's autobiography is moving and heartfelt well written and appealing both to rugby fans and those interested in coming out stories that have affected the way the world perceives gay men There are dark times right from the word go and reading Gareth's story it is no wonder that so many professional sports people find it so difficult to make that decision to let the world know about their true selvesI saw a programme about 18 months before reading his book where Gareth Thomas discussed his life his career and coming out and he struck me as a man who was still not entirely comfortable in his skin Reading this book made me happy to think that his journey has improved and that hopefully his futur


  10. J. James J. James says:

    Epub army of tennessee.co ê Proud Epub ó proud free, Proud PDFI had his expectations for this book as I have always felt so proud of Gareth Thomas when he made the decision to come out and because I knew our lives were similar The uality of writing was good but apparently it was co written There were elements I could relate to being a fellow Welshman and some parts such as Gareth's letter to his adolescent self moved me However I found the book too heavily focussed on the rugby side of Gareth's life Unless you are a rugby fan it could become a little boring at times or difficult to follow I was also disappointed by the lack of detail in the book I felt that the author skimmed over his deceit and his encounters so as not to upset his rugby fans but it made the book difficult to connect with especially if I was a young confused gay lad looking for a positive role model I crammed honesty I am glad I read the book and I still hold Gareth


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