Embed from Getty Images — In 1974, a sports journalist named Heywood Broun was asked about building character through sports. He famously said, “…sport doesn’t build character. Character is built pretty much by the time you’re six or seven. Sports reveals character.”  In a recent article in the Journal of Youth and Adolescence , Mr. Broun’s ideas have found some…
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