5 edition of Swimming upstream found in the catalog.
|Statement||[edited by] Sharon Badal.|
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.M29 S95 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 304 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||2007032517|
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This devastating reality gave swimming upstream a new meaning. Swimming upstream became a way of life. Losing her beloved Jamie, their only child, put the latter to test. This book was intended to inspire hope particularly among young South Africans. Shirley’s life story is a testimony to the fact that education is : Prof Shirley Zinn. Swimming Upstream One of those inspirational true stories about a youth who overcomes daunting obstacles to become a sports hero, "Swimming Upstream" is distinguished by some unusually fine Author: David Stratton.
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The bulk of the book looks at a variety of collaborative watershed planning projects across the country. Courtesy of KR Publishing, read an excerpt from Swimming Upstream: A Story of Grit and Determination to Succeed, by Shirley Zinn.
Zinn's story is one of determination, courage, and triumph over adversity. She was born and raised on the Cape Flats, but was determined that the typical story of a girl from that area – gangsterism, alcoholism and teenage pregnancy. Directed by Russell Mulcahy.
With Geoffrey Rush, Judy Davis, Jesse Spencer, Tim Draxl. The inspirational life story of Australian swimmer Tony Fingleton/10(K). Approximately ten years in the life of Anthony Fingleton is presented, from when he was an adolescent in the mids, to the day of the men's m backstroke final at the Summer Olympics.
Growing up in Brisbane, Australia, Tony was the second of five children of working class Harold and Dora Fingleton. Swimming Upstream: A story of grit and determination to succeed. Shirley Zinn. ISBN: Publishing Date: November R, A year ago, I started this blog, opening up about the challenges our family was facing and sharing some of the insights I gained while coping with the unknown and “swimming upstream.” Now, here we all are, facing a collective Unknown and.
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The latter figure looms large in this true story of an Australian swimming champion during the s. The film is directed by Russell Mulcahy from a screenplay by Anthony Fingleton based on a book by Anthony Fingleton and Diane Fingleton.
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PURDUM. EVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- On the spreading terrace of the hilltop house, there's a pretty blue pool and an Esther Williams-brand whirlpool spa. There's a panoramic view to the Pacific Ocean and a custom-made Esther Williams kick .The true story of Tony Fingleton's fight to become a champion.
Brisbane in the fifties. The Fingleton kids didn't have much, but Tony always knew he could be someone special. He just didn't know how. Until his father Harold realised how fast Tony and his kid brother could swim, and started training them to beat the world.
But when Harold's past comes back to haunt him .