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Every Good Boy

1. Hallo everybody. My name is Christian Borup. Actually my whole name is Christian Borup Rasmussen, but I don’t use Rasmussen when I introduce myself. People normally just call me my middle name, Borup. In other occsions they sometimes also calls me Bobo or Krelle. Well. 2. My mom and dad they soon found out, that I was a very energetic child. A big part of my childhood was spent on to fouding out, what I was good at. Then I started at football as 10 years old. But I quikly found out that I wasen’t really good at it. Then I’ve thought that I might could be good at karate! – but I couldn’t stick to the rules, I just began attacking with non-allowed movements.
So as 11 year old I began at Handball. But at the first I wasen’t very good at it. So I was very close to stop at handball. But one day it wasen’t my father who came for me after practice it was my uncle. My uncle play at a semi-level so he knew how the games is. He told me, that “there arren’t something that you can’t do, you just can’t yet”. So he motivated me to keep on going. And that sentese was going to make me love sports. At many kind of sports I sucks at the bigging, maybe if some people sucks they just give up. But not me, not any more. 3. After I startet to play handball, I once saw a match between Kiel and Flensburg. At Kiels team there was a goalkeeper Named Theiry omeirye. He played an amazing game, with a lot of saves. So I thought that maybe I could get just as good at ham one day. 4. Now I am 18, and I’m playing handball at I high level. I’m going in the right direction. But to keep going in the good direction I’ve been told that I need to set a goal or what some may call ambition. Dedikation to what you do. Motevation as the human fuel to keep on going. And working hard and never giving up. Those factores can be used en every aspect of life. When you’re…...

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