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All first person:

We are constantly amazed by the athleticism of the top sports stars. We cheer when we see our favourite star perform a seemingly impossible manoeuvre.

Here’s another example (which I could have written writing this book late at night when I was really tired):

One should try to use correct grammar, one tends to get a better mark if you do.

Yuck, yuck! I’ve started off in the third person - ‘one’. Then at the end of the sentence, I switch to the second person - ‘you’. Convert the whole sentence to the same person; either one will do: