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Doug Beal, Coach of the 1984 Gold-Medal-winning U.S. Men´s Olympic Team, outlines his traits a winning volleyball athlete should cultivate in his 1985 book "Spike!" Respect the other team´s athletes. When you block a ball, turn around and celebrate with your teammates. Don´t play them, play yourself. If you only play to win, you limit yourself. You can do better! Play every ball as if it was the most important play of the game. Don´t watch the other players to see what they´re doing. Don´t worry about the score. Play your very best, every play, and the rest will take care of itself. Celebrating together builds enthusiasm and confidence. Playing against yourself builds skill and sportsmanship.
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