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This was Bob Fletcher's semi-diary account of the year during which he turned 50, and ran 50 marathons. It's extremely interesting if you are a runner -- and especially so if you ran daily at Houston's Memorial Park when Bob Fletcher based his training there. One saw him every single day there, seemingly at all hours, just running all the time. The book mentions several of Memorial's regular runners of that ere in the course of the narrative (though it was funny how Bob referred to a "prominent Houston doctor" rather than use the little guy's real name). And I think every time he referred to "replacing fluids," he meant he was having a beer.
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