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The Race Against Time by Richard Askwith, a review

Can we still be good runners when we get old? Yes, discovers Richard Askwith, in his book The Race Against Time.

The race that changed running, a review

Is the Ultra Trail du Mont-Blanc the greatest ultra trail running race of all time, or a commercial monstrosity?

Becoming Forrest, a review

Rob Pope tried what Forrest Gump did, running 5 times across the USA. A review of Becoming Forrest.

The Rise of the Ultra Runners, a review

I have a new favorite book; The Rise of the Ultra Runners by Adharanand Finn. Why? Because I just couldn't put it down.

A book hunt in Rimini

Finding a book in English in Rimini is challenging. But there is some good news as well ;)

The head weighs heavier than the legs

Verhaege, a Belgium ultra runner, wrote The head weighs heavier than the legs; his training journey for his Spartathlon.

Out for a walk in Sussex

The day after the Endurance Life Sussex, the ultra for me and the 10 kilometers for Sara, we're out for a walk.

The Ghost Runner by Bill Jones, a review

Loved, hated, misunderstood: John Tarrant, the Ghost Runner, fought a battle he couldn’t win, or could he?

Born to Run, a review

If you’re looking for a page turner about long distance running, read Born to Run, by Christopher McDougall. A review.

Love or fear, what do you choose?

There are only two powers in this world: love and fear. They control all our emotions. So which one do you choose?
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