Andy Clark is a 31- year-old guy, a father and a journalist, who
considers himself moderately sane. But in the course of training for his
first marathon race, he begins to question his sanity -- as well as his
muscles, lungs and joints. Running for exercise was a joy compared to
this. Training for a marathon is tough, grueling and painful. So why do
people do it? Why in the world is Andy doing it? Find out as we
accompany marathon man Andy Clark from the start of his four month
training to the finish line at the Rotterdam marathon.
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The Olympic Marathon: A Centennial History of the Games' Most Storied Race
by Charles C. Lovett
The complete history of the marathon in the Olympic games from Ancient Greece, to the first women's race, to the lives of some of the winners and losers.
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