Some genes can out work hard work.
i am the best dunker in the school
yeah, he really did that
Donald Thomas claims that he is the best dunker in the school and brags that he is so good. He want to let everyone know at the cafeteria.
A classmate named Mattis challenges Donald in a contest of high jumping contest. Donald amazes Mattis by clearing 6'8 for his first ever jump. Mattis is so amazed that he invites Donald to compete at the upcoming meet.
After working and only a little bit of practice Donald set the Lindenwood record. This goes to show that Donald's genes only takes a little bit of work to be great at what he does.
After only 8 months of training Donald Thomas competed at the highest level of high jumping. The biggest compititor for Donald was a 6'6 Russian named Yaroslav Rybakov.
Donald then defeats the Russian by clearing 8'2. Yaroslav was defeated by someone smaller than him and had been training way shorter than him. Donald Thomas was crowned the 2007 world champion.
After a little bit of research by Masaki Ishikawa, he came to the conclusion that Thomas's long legs were long for his height and he was blessed with an Achilles Tendon of a giant. Afterwords Donald had never improved since then and all of his jumping power came from his genetics...
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