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Running Through the Wall: Personal Encounters with the Ultramarathon (2003)

by Neal Jamison

Other authors: Ian Adamson (Contributor), Jurgen Ankenbrand (Contributor), Tracy Baldyga (Contributor), Robert B. Boeder (Contributor), Will Brown (Contributor)34 more, Harry Bruell (Contributor), Byron Chikinda (Contributor), Joy Chikinda (Contributor), Francesca Conte (Contributor), Suzi Cope (Contributor), Catra Corbett-McNeely (Contributor), Ed Demoney (Contributor), Lisa Demoney (Contributor), Michael Dimkich (Contributor), Russell Gill (Contributor), Jason Hodde (Contributor), David Horton (Contributor), Anthony Humpage (Contributor), Bethany Hunter (Contributor), Stan Jensen (Contributor), Sue Johnston (Contributor), Keith Knipling (Contributor), Greg Loomis (Contributor), Bob Metzger (Contributor), Scott Mills (Contributor), Tim Morgan (Contributor), Deb Pero (Contributor), Steve Pero (Contributor), Kevin Setnes (Contributor), Sophie Speidel (Contributor), Mike Strzelecki (Contributor), Gene Thibeault (Contributor), Ian Torrence (Contributor), Ann Trason (Contributor), Rebekah Trittipoe (Contributor), Tim Twietmeyer (Contributor), Marc Witkes (Contributor), Blake Wood (Contributor), Clark T. W. Zealand (Contributor)

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I've run a couple marathons and have toyed with the idea of tackling an ultradistance race. This book is both inspiring and somewhat instructional as it seems that all ultrarunners suffer from the same issues! My only complaint is that, like many collections, it did get a little redundant at times. ( )
  FireandIce | Jan 25, 2012 |
I love reading books about running and runners. This one is a great compilation of essays from ultra runners. While it certainly hasn't motivated me to sign up for a 50K, 50mi, or 100mi race, it was interesting to read about the brutal experience so many men and women have done, and continue to do, with enthusiasm. I'll stick to marathons. :) ( )
  lemontwist | Apr 17, 2010 |
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I first took up running in middle school, where I ran the quarter-mile for a track team that, to my recollection, never won a meet.
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"Running to the limits of human -endurance. For those who find the 26.2-mile marathon just not enough, there is the ultramarathon. What makes ultrarunners tick? What goes through their minds at mile 93? How can you train for such a colossal undertaking? These questions and many more are answered in Running Through the Wall, an inspiring collection of 39 personal stories from ultramarathoners." -- GBP.… (more)

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