“Spirit and Sport” Explores the Intersections of Sport, Religion, and Disability A Book Review of "Spirit and Sport" by Sean O'Neil

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Kara Ayers
Breanna Coleman

Keywords

Disability, Sports, religion

Abstract

This book review of “Spirit and Sport” by Sean O’Neil examines the intersection of disability, sport, and religion. O’Neil utilizes storytelling to describe how the acquisition of disability, often through trauma, translates to intense examinations of faith and the utilization of sport as a demonstration of humanity.

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