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“For the past twenty-seven years, Scott Hamilton has been a mentor and good friend. I’ve seen firsthand the struggles he has had to endure and how he has continued to persevere with a confident attitude. Everyone needs the positive message of this greatly inspiring book.” —Kristi Yamaguchi, Olympic Gold Medalist
“I know and love Scotty Hamilton. You will, too, after you read this book.” —William Shatner
“Scott Hamilton is a champion in more ways than one. In addition to being one of the world’s greatest ice skaters, he has mastered adversity and a multitude of challenges. The Great Eight is an inspiration to us all.” —Donald J. Trump
“Within the metaphors of his skating career, the wisdom in this book is not only very inspiring and easy to grasp but also surrounded by great storytelling.” —Brad Paisley, Grammy Award-winning artist
Scott Hamilton is the 1984 Winter Olympics Gold medal men's figure skater, four-time World Champion, and four-time United States Champion who went on to become a producer, performer, broadcaster, author, actor, and spokesperson for cancer research. But Scott is also a survivor and optimist extraordinare. He and his wife Tracie are blessed with two beautiful boys, Aidan and miracle Maxx.
Ken Baker, a brain tumor survivor, is a pop culture journalist and Executive News Director for E! He's also the author of three books, including two memoirs, Man Made and They Don't Play Hockey in Heaven.
This book was a breath of cool rink air. Scott's use of skating lingo pertaining to everyday situations of getting through tough times was wonderful. Worth readingPublished 14 months ago by Cindy Goalder
Book seemed kind of preach-y. It's ok for a quick read but not a whole lot of substance. Good for background info on his upbringing and life.Published 18 months ago by Celia Werker
Wonderful book. Very encouraging. This book really encouraged me in my daily walk. So thankful for great men like Scott Hamilton to be so transparent and open about his mistakes... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Valdownunder
The story is really good, though I wish it had been more organized. Scott is an amazing person! It made me smile and I still do every time I see him.Published 20 months ago by S. Riman
I've always admired Scott Hamilton but only knew part of his story. Now having read the rest of his story, he truly is an amazing man.Published 20 months ago by Bruce Neighbor