Inside track: my professional life in amateur track and field
The world's fastest human and one of the greatest athletes of our time has written the most controversial inside account of any sport since A Season on the Brink. Coauthor Jeffery Marx won a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting about cheating in college sports. Fast Track is certain to be the hardest-hitting book about track ever published. 16 pages of photographs.
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Chapter One Showdown
Chapter Three Getting Good Getting Recruited
Chapter Five A Religious Heart without Boundaries
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