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I read this book in a few days and it left me wanting more.
Mr. McCue recounts the trials and tribulations of his days as high school runner in Iowa, running for Coach Brown at Regina High.
Matt reminds us all to reflect on the "coaches" who made such a difference in our lives and who taught us about hard work.
This is a great book about the ups and downs of running told from a different angle. I think it surpassed Running with the Buffalos.Published 11 months ago by Matthew Uebele
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This book is an earnest and heartfelt tribute to the author's two biggest influences. Read more
You learn a lot in the silence of a long run, especially about yourself. Congratulations for putting in words the special relationship between athlete and coach.Published 17 months ago by ricardo a salas
to begin with, the book is just readable, problem being there is never a buildup to anything, the chronology is missing, we never know what to expect next and hence the reader... Read morePublished on July 2, 2010 by mally
I loved this book!!!
I was a great running book and really portrayed a moving coach athlete realtioship. Read more
Even if you are not a distance runner or athlete, you can enjoy "An Honorable Run" for its clear tale of mentorship and what it means to sacrifice and pursue your passion. Read morePublished on December 29, 2009 by Kevin Quinley
I bought this book at the 2009 Nike Cross Nationals after hearing Matt McCue speak at the coaches clinic. Read morePublished on December 7, 2009 by The Gipper
This book is for those who look back and understand that the support system that they needed to be successful was a part of their life all the time. Read morePublished on November 14, 2009 by Clint W. Boston
This great little book by Matt McCue is a MUST READ for every runner, coach or fan of the sport. Mr. Read morePublished on November 3, 2009 by Michael DENNISUK