World Book Day, the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee recommended these books

World Book Day, the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee recommended these books
Swimmer Maldini has left his mark on the history of sports and human rights.Beijing News (Reporter Sun Haiguang) April 23 is World Reading Day. The Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee recommended several athlete book lists on the official website of the Tokyo Olympic Games. These books describe their persistence and challenges when facing difficulties.Optimistic spirit.In the context of the global spread of the epidemic, I hope you can observe the power of sports through reading.Michael Phelps: Under the surface (“Under the Water”) in the book, Phelps reviewed his childhood experience of ADHD, his debut at the age of 15 at the Olympic stadium and other experiences, from which he can see that he has grown intoThe life cycle of one of the greatest athletes in Olympic history.About the many honors he has received, the details recorded in the book can help you know a real swimming “flying fish”.Li Na: “Playing Alone” Li Na is Asia’s first tennis grand slam champion. In the book, she reviews her 30-year life story. There are ups and downs on the field, there are ups and downs outside the field, and there is also a sense of life on the peak.Rafa?Nadal: Rafa (“Rafa: Nadal Autobiography”) Nadal reviewed the journey from picking up the racket for the first time to becoming a tennis superstar when he was 4 years old, and also shared his experience in many top international competitionsOf course, there are also family stories he cherishes outside the arena.Muhammad Ali: The greatest: My own story (“Autobiography of Boxing King Ali”) In addition to recording the challenges and achievements of boxing in the book, Ali also recalled the experience of still being discriminated after becoming an Olympic champion.Ali’s resistance to racial discrimination is also an important reason for him to win people’s respect outside the sports arena.Greg Loganese: Breaking the Surface (“Breaking Out of the Water”) Loganese is a legendary figure in the American diving world, once dominating the men’s platform and springboard project, but his life behind the honor is not all smooth sailing.He was adopted when he was 8 months old and suffered from dyslexia as a teenager. In the age when American society was still conservative, he had to hide his sexual orientation.In the book, he pointed out how to overcome these obstacles, and finally bravely surpassed the jumping platform.Gasol spent three years writing “Life”, Bryant for the preface.Paul Gasol: Life / Vida (“Life”) This book is a book published in English and coding bilingual by basketball superstar Gasol and photographers.The entire book took three years and was published in 2013. The book records the complete picture of Gasol’s life on and off the court, including his deep friendship with teammate Kobe.Kobe is also one of the book’s preface authors.Simon Byers: Moving forward: the body in motion, a balanced life (“Courage of Soaring: The Body of Motion, the Balanced Life”) In this autobiography published in 2017, Simon Byers describes himselfAdopted as a child and encountered difficulties in growing up.Now she is the Olympic 4 gold winner and the 19th World Championship winner, but after these honors, how she overcomes the challenges and difficulties, this book is called a sincere answer.Uzra Maldini: Butterfly: From Refugee to Olympia (“Butterfly Change: From Refugee to Olympic Athletes”) At the age of 22, swimmer Maldini has already left a mark in the history of sports and human rights.In 2015, she and her family fled Syria. They first arrived in Lebanon, then turned slightly to Turkey, and sat in a small boat to Lesvos Island, Greece, but there was a problem with the engine of the boat on the way. Maldini and her sister had to jump in.The two-way boat support in the water leads to a safe place.At the 2016 Rio Olympics, everyone cheered for her feat.Gabriel Douglas: “Glory and Gold: My Leap of Faith” (“Glory and Gold: My Leaping Confidence”) Douglas made history at the 2012 London Olympics, she became a gymnastics and entered the Olympics for 116 yearsThe first African-American player to stand on his highest podium.In this autobiography, she recalls her inspirational journey from her first step on the gymnastics training ground to becoming an Olympic champion.”Unbreakable” records the successful experience of female boxing champion Kom.Mary Combe: Unbreakable (“Unbreakable”) Indian female boxer Mary Combe is the most successful female boxer in the history of the World Championships. She won a total of 6 World Championships.In her autobiography, she recalled how she broke through the limitations of family and society and dared to pursue her boxing dream.Sauna, Ye Wang Sun Haiguang editor Han Shuangming proofread Liu Yue