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Endless winter: An Olympian's journal by…

Endless winter: An Olympian's journal

by Luke Bodensteiner

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Provides a clear and interesting insight into the international world of cross country ski-racing. Luke Bodensteiner, a two-time national champion, knows what it takes to prepare for international competition. The book is inspiring and enjoyable reading. I'd encourage anyone interested in cross country racing to read it. The book takes you on the road into training sessions and to the waxroom with the best cross country skiers in the U. S.

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