Essay on Memorable Day in Life

665 Words Mar 17th, 2013 3 Pages
The most memorable day of my life
Speaking on the most memorable day of my life, it was our sports meet and I was assigned to run the 100 meters. Let me tell you the last 5 min before the race starts has to be the most suspenseful, adrenaline driven moments that people who don’t take part in races will understand. It is has to be the same rush of emotion as driving a Ferrari, fast down an empty, straight road. The feeling can never compare. The competitive edge is shown in the clenched fists and bent knee as everyone is bent down, waiting for the word “GO” from the mouths of the judges. Even in this race, I have to tell you, everyone was determined to win. I was competing with my friends, but friendship was forgotten during this race and
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My best friend who had been holding his cramps and took part in the race anyways, fell from the unbearable pain he was having. Every instinct of mine told me to keep running, but that was my best friend on the floor, in agony. I had to help her and I turned from my course and jumped to the next lane and to her side and helped the nurse carry her to the sick room. She kept muttering at me to go on, too weak for words. The crowd was shocked. Luckily there was another girl the same house as me who took the gold medal for my house.
You may wonder how I say that was the most memorable/exciting day of my life, when it is obvious that it was bad luck. No it wasn’t. It was proof that I was a good friend, proof that values and the importance of friendship existed in my heart. This is just a game, just a sport. What is the use of playing a sport if you don’t follow the code of sportsmanship, which is following your heart? And to this day, I remember the lesson I learnt. It doesn’t matter if you win or lose; it is good sportsmanship that counts. THAT is what is memorable for me. How many times have I lost games and won games. That is normal. But having a moment like that will never come again in my

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