“Champions get hit over and over and over. You know, it’s the champion that decides to keep moving forward. It’s how many punches can you take and keep moving forward until you win.”
“At times you have to learn the steps to becoming a national champion, and one of those steps is losing, because it’s all about momentum, and momentum doesn’t mean it’s a positive thing. You can have momentum to lose and be defeated. You can have 24 hours to bask in your victory, or you got 24 hours to agonize in your defeat, and then we put one foot in front of the other and keep moving forward.”
“A competitor will find a way to win. Competitors take bad breaks and use them to drive themselves just that much harder. Quitters take bad breaks and use them as reasons to give up.”
“I was prepared with a lot of towels. I think that’s the #1 thing in the rain is you running out of towels…Making sure I have dry hands and dry discs that allows me to do well. I think that’s why I play so well in the rain.”
“The first mistake that many athletes make when faced with frustration is to just increase their effort.”
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