From Library Journal
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Really enjoyed this book. Really brings me back to competitive running.Published 3 days ago by Bart A Smith
A very fun read it kept me entertained. The narrative is great you can almost imagine being there in the XC championshipsPublished 2 months ago by Arturo Fernandez
Too bad Coach never realized that overtraining athletes causes injuries.Published 3 months ago by Tracy Renaud
Great for runners. Gets you pumped up for sure. Second time I've read it. What hurt the book rating? It should have been edited better. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Trip
CU x/c wasn't always a powerhouse, and the road to get there arguably began with the trials and "perseverance, endurance, and courage" that Lear outlines in this elongated diary. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mike Llerandi
Enjoyed this simple and straightforward story. It is a good motivational story and demonstrates that running requires hard work and can just between you and the roadPublished 4 months ago by S. Baugher
This book read like a well crafted story. The prose is clean and the story was fun to read. I would recommend it to a friend who likes running.Published 7 months ago by Samuel