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Camille Hardee And Daijonnie Johnson

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Angela Altazan

on 15 April 2014

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Transcript of Camille Hardee And Daijonnie Johnson

Camille Hardee
Daijonnie Johnson


Bethany Hamilton
Bethany Hamilton was a great surfer since age 8."Bethany Hamilton was an inspiration to millions..." Because she was attacked by a tiger shark while surfing and still surfed after a month of almost dieing, it is true she was inspiration. She broke a barrier. This inspiration is opinion because she may not have inspired millions. Maybe only 4 people.
Bethany Hamilton
Surfing is her sport '' Bethany began surfing at a young age.''
They both survived hard times young
Wilma Rudolph
Wilma Rudolph was a track star and a hero. Actually, some people think that she was a barrier breaker. Others think that the hero part was just an opinion. She was a skilled athlete from a poor family. "Wilma Rudolph was now a hero in her home town of Clarksville.''
Wilma Rudolph
Both broke barriers

Wilma was a runner "Wilma devoted herself to running''
Bethany lost her right arm."Bethany was attack by 14 foot long tiger shark while surfing off Kauai's North Shore."
Both women inspired young athletes
Wilma was born in a deathly state; "She was born prematurely, weighing only 4.5 pounds.''
Bethany became a pro from a dream " Bethany realized her dream had turned pro.''
Wilma proved herself in the Olympics "... Wilma won a bronze medal at the 1956 Olympics..."
Bethany's barriers
Wilma's barriers
Bethany didn't give up even when she was injured
Bethany made a dream turn into reality
Bethany wrote many books on her life journey
Wilma had a baby and couldn't run but got up anyway.
The coaches didn't want Wilma, but she tried until she got put in the game.
Wilma had to wear a metal brace for most of her childhood, but it didn't stop her.
They both were injured at a young age
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