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Readers are also treated to two stories from John Cheever's son Benjamin H. Cheever.
There were also several others that were worth reading but, unfortunately, there were many others that I just did not find interesting.
Wonderful collection of interesting stories of the rhythm of running and how it enriches our life.
THis is a mixture of some very good stories and some not as inspiring and rather long and boring. Loved the Marathon story as well as the one on Eddy Fox. Very inspirational!!!Published 13 months ago by Anna Stocking
All the best articles with some inspiring stories on the legends of running! Wasn't sure if I would like it but it's definitely worth it!Published 13 months ago by Mike Janes
Given the subtitle of the book (the best stories from runner's world), I was disappointed in the overall content of the book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mike Mertens
I liked the book a few stories were tedious. It seemed the editor was struggling to find material towards the end.Published 16 months ago by Jerry Halcomb
As a runner I enjoyed all these stories. Wished they weren't basically all US based, but that is a minor quibble. They are from a US magazine I suppose.Published 18 months ago by R. Bennett
Many of the stories in this book were long and drawn out. A runner's struggles with running after a gender switch...give me a break! It went on forever... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kimberly Bell
"Going Long" by Runner's World is filled with many very good stories about running; stories full of inspiration, history, fiction and non-fiction. Read morePublished 20 months ago by L. Gagnon
It is not always easy to find good books on distance runners but this is an amazing find. I find it hard to put the book down.Published 20 months ago by Anna