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Perfect 10: The UGA GymDogs & the Rise of Women's College Gymnastics in America

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The story of the winningest women's college coach in history
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Hill Street Press (first published September 27th 2006)
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Jessica
Jan 11, 2018 rated it it was ok
The topic had great potential; the writing was painful, with nonexistent transitions, unclear organization, and repetition.
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Jun 01, 2010 rated it did not like it
Perfect 10 is a classic example of a niche book that has been pitched optimistically at a wider audience. An autobiography of Suzanne Yoculan, the esteemed former women's gymnastics coach at the University of Georgia, the book would make a sensible addition to the university's campus store. Mediocre autobiographies with limited appeal are what self-publishing is made for!

Somewhere along the line, however, someone decided they could shill this book beyond Athens, Georgia. The addition of the
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Kayleigh Walsh
May 08, 2015 rated it liked it
Honestly, this book was a little bit confusing. Another reviewer used the term "info dump," and that is pretty much completely correct. It's a LOT of numbers, stats, and information that isn't necessarily required. The chapters don't go in any kind of order at all.

And yet... I enjoyed this book. For all its flaws, it's fascinating to get inside Yoculan's head. Her thoughts on Title IX in particular are a must read for anyone interested in women's collegiate athletics. And as a women's gymnastics
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