#whyithrow

I used to throw because it came easy.
Then I threw because it challenged me.
Then I threw to be a champion.
Then I threw to to do something that had never been done.
Then I threw to be an Olympian.


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  1. Nathan Fanger
    Nathan Fanger says:

    Why I throw: because it’s my ministry, it’s my release, it’s my challenge. I continue to learn which in turn helps me to continue to coach. It is now my life, my job and a constant joy to help others learn to find their passion around our sport. I pray more than anything that I share Christ’s grace and love better than I share my knowledge about turning your right foot or blocking your left side but both are important. Man I love throwing and I hope you do as well.
    Serving Him,
    Nathan Fanger

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