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In the last few decades, adults have staged a hostile takeover of sports for kids. Today, youth sports have never been more closely supervised by adults - or more dangerous. The quest to turn children into tomorrow's superstars has led to adults pushing them beyond physical and emotional limits, sometimes with tragic consequences. Until It Hurts offers an analysis of how youth sports evolved into its current problematic state of being, gives heartbreaking examples of the extent to which some children and their families are harmed by the youth sports culture, and opens up a discussion of how positive change can be made.
Mark Hyman is a journalist, frequently contributing to publications, such as The New York Times and Sports Illustrated, and he was a former writer for BusinessWeek and Sports Business Journal. In 1998, he assisted Baseball Hall of Fame broadcaster Jon Miller in the writing of his memoir, Confessions of a Baseball Purist. He has appeared on panels and led workshops for the Sports Lawyers Association, the American Press Institute and the Associated Press Sports Editors. In 2010 he was honored as one of 18 Sports Ethics Fellows by the Institute for International Sport at the University of Rhode Island and the Positive Coaching Alliance at Stanford University. He currently teaches in the sports management program at George Washington University.