Long May You Run: all. things. running.

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Simon and Schuster, Oct 19, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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You are a runner. You know how hard it is to make time to run. So you go out at 5:30 a.m. . . . in the rain. You remember every strain, sprain, ache, and pain you’ve ever felt. You ran through it then. You’ll run through it now. You have great runs. You have not-so-great runs. You run fast. You run slow. You race for a personal best. You race just for fun. This is your time. This is your run.

This is your book.

LONG MAY YOU RUN

all. things. running.

Learn how to win a race even when you finish last; the ten “destination” runs every runner should experience; what to do with your old running shoes; why listening to the right song may help you run faster; and how to run across the United States without leaving home. Featuring can’t-miss races, must-run places, tips, tricks, and words of advice and encouragement from some of the top runners today, including: Brian Sell, Bart Yasso, Colleen De Reuck, Nathan Brannen, Jeff Galloway, Suzy Favor Hamilton, Don Kardong, and many more!
 

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Contents

On the Road
27
Get the Gear
87
Go the Distance
113
Run For Your Life
169
Acknowledgments
215
Good General Running Web Sites
216
Good Web Sites for Women Runners
217
Index
219
About the Author
225
Backcover
227
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Noel Scott has extensive experience as a senior tourism manager and researcher and over 25 years in industry research positions. He holds a doctorate in tourism management and Master degrees in marketing and business administration and is a senior lecturer at The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Rodolfo Baggio is a Lecturer at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. He has a background in Physics and actively researches and teaches in the field of information technology and tourism. He is now applying quantitative network analysis methods to the study of tourism destinations. Chris Cooper has degrees in geography from University College London. He is joint editor of Channel Views Aspect of Tourism Series and co-editor of Current Issues in Tourism. His research interests lie in the area of destination management particularly focussing on network analysis and innovation. He is currently director of the Christel deHaan Tourism and Travel Research Centre at the University of Nottingham, UK.

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