The last amateurs
I n a very good foreword to this book, Steve Redgrave elegantly highlights the difference between the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race and an Olympic six-boat final. There is little difference between preparing crews for the Olympics or for the Boat Race, which is the only university sporting event that produces international-class athletes capable of walking straight into national teams, and crews that can often match most Olympic eights for speed. A third of any British men's rowing team is usually composed of former Boat Race athletes, so the standard is very high. Three of the women's team raced in the women's Boat Race. Sponsorship and lottery support have made a big difference to the athletes in the national team, though the Boat Race itself provides no financial benefit.
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The Last Amateurs is a book by John Feinstein. First published in , the book chronicles the — Patriot League basketball season. It emphasizes the efforts of the true scholar-athletes at the highly respected institutions that make up the league, where academics come first, and athletes play for love of the game rather than as a farm team for the NBA. The book made an appearance in sports culture in , when future basketball statistical guru Drew Cannon cited it in a report he wrote for Scout.
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