Some boys find success and belonging in the world of sports. Many others do not. How do our sports experiences of the past impact us today?

In this episode, Tom and Elliott welcome back Bradley for a lively conversation about sports: our greatest triumphs, our worst disasters, and what it all means moving forward.

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Enjoy the episode! And don’t forget to comment below about your sports experiences in school. Did you fit in or did you stick out? Do you have any desire to redeem any sports struggles of the past with sports involvement today?

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Bradley’s “Why I Used to Hate Sports” post:

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