competitive events create more division than bonhomie

yes, it is said that competitive events are extremely beneficial in a students life. But can it be harmful to such an extent that the worls forgets about the sense of bonhomie and friendliness? Can two best friends just turn a deaf year to each other if they compete against each other?
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competitive events create more division than bonhomie

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From schoolchildren to adults they remain the best of friends as they share the same interests. The competitive edge is a seperate part of their friendship to which they switch from when not competing. The majority of the elderly of today are still best friends with people they competed against at school and the forces and work. I mention work because we still compete in various work fields including who is the best salesperson etc.

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