Abel Kiviat, National Champion: Twentieth-century Track & Field and the Melting Pot
Abel Kaviat (1892-1991) was one of track and field's largest personalities, competing as 'the Hebrew runner' for New York's Irish-American Athletic Club and was elected its captain. Katchen offers a detailed account of the I-AAC's evolution, and sheds light of the rapid modernization of the sport.
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