Reflections on hard work, team relationships, and why we play from a conversation with the American great.
January 6, 2021 by Giovanni Santucci in Opinion with 0 comments
I recently had a very pleasant video chat with Jimmy Mickle. After years of watching him play (and often crush) his opponents, this was a chance to dive deeper into the mind of an all-star. Like many other elite players, Jimmy made choices around other areas of his life and career that would allow him to play and train like a professional athlete. From Colorado to Australia and all the way back to New York, Jimmy pushed hard for the chance to play in the most important games. Here’s what I learned from our conversation.
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