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The World's Tallest Midget: The Best of Frank Deford by Frank Deford
Very few details are known about the life of Adam Rainer, but in a way, he represents an extraordinary piece of medical history. He was born in Graz, Austria in , and as he grew and matured, it became evident that his stature was significantly shorter than the average man. In , when he was 21 years old, he stood only 3 feet Physicians officially classified him as a dwarf. But sometime in his early twenties Rainer experienced an inexplicable and astonishing growth spurt, and by his 32nd birthday, his unusually short stature of under four feet had increased to an unusually tall stature of just under 7 feet 2 inches 2.
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Thank you! If Deford's not the best writer of sports around today, he's sure got numero uno hearing footsteps. This eclectic bag of articles written over the last 15 years for Sports Illustrated should win him the title outright. In a perceptive and graceful introduction to the 17 pieces, Deford candidly admits that he prefers to go one-on-one with his subjects ""the fewest number of people involved in a competition, the better it lends itself to writing"" , then goes on to artfully demonstrate his bias with, among others, a wickedly puckish yet at the same time warm and homey profile of boxer Billy Corm 44 years after he came closer than anyone to beating Joe Louis ""The Boxer and the Blonde"" ; an insightful and nicely felt piece on basketball coach Al McGuire--""The Depression Baby""; a telling psychological examination of tennis phenom Jimmy Connors ""Raised by Women to Conquer Men"" ; a piece that successfully negotiates the narrow sideline between tragedy and melodrama--""The Toughest Coast There Ever Was,"" and in the collection's strongest offering ""Every Little Town Has Somebody"" perhaps the best reflection on the fleeting perfidy of athletic fame and failed expectations ever done.
First off, let me apologize for the word midget if anyone takes offense. I don't use the word to hurt anyone, it's just using the term little person wouldn't explain my point. Oh crap, now you have to click through. I'm no fan of the 'proof is in the puddin'' guy on TV. In fact, I'm very suspect of him.