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From Last To First

Author: Charlie Spedding
Publisher: Aurum Press Limited
ISBN: 1845136896
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DIV Charlie Spedding describes himself as ‘not particularly talented’ – at least, compared to the group of people he had chosen to find himself among. These were the athletes in the Olympic marathon. So how did he end up with a bronze medal? How did he win the London Marathon? And why does he still hold the English record for the distance? In this remarkable autobiography he explains how – how someone who was almost bottom of the class when he first went to school, and even worse at sport, eventually turned himself into a genuinely world-class athlete, competing in top marathons all over the world, and genuinely going from last to first. As well as the enthralling life story of one of our finest distance runners, this book is a wonderfully clear and inspiring piece of life coaching for anyone who wants to make the most of their talents. But more than this, as Spedding says at the start, ‘I believe that on occasions you can create the circumstances in which you can perform at a higher level than your talent says you can’. Spedding’s own story, and his chronicle of the big races he excelled in, proves it’s true. For anyone aspiring to run a marathon, or indeed anyone who wants to set themselves a goal they think beyond their reach – and achieve it – this is an essential book. /div

Hal Higdon S Half Marathon Training

Author: Higdon, Hal
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492517240
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Hal Higdon’s Half Marathon Training offers prescriptive programming for all levels of runners. Not only will it help you learn how to get started with your training, but it will show you where to focus your attention, when to progress, and how to keep it simple.

Pratiyogita Darpan

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Pratiyogita Darpan (monthly magazine) is India's largest read General Knowledge and Current Affairs Magazine. Pratiyogita Darpan (English monthly magazine) is known for quality content on General Knowledge and Current Affairs. Topics ranging from national and international news/ issues, personality development, interviews of examination toppers, articles/ write-up on topics like career, economy, history, public administration, geography, polity, social, environment, scientific, legal etc, solved papers of various examinations, Essay and debate contest, Quiz and knowledge testing features are covered every month in this magazine.

Running Times

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Running Times magazine explores training, from the perspective of top athletes, coaches and scientists; rates and profiles elite runners; and provides stories and commentary reflecting the dedicated runner's worldview.

Marathon Running

Author: Richard Nerurkar
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 0713653515
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Intended for everyone from the complete beginner to the experienced runner wishing to improve on racing strategy, this book gives information on: structuring an effective build up; training harder without doing too much; improving your pace judgement and producing your best on race day.

My First 100 Marathons

Author: Jeffrey Horowitz
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1602393184
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When Horowitz went out for his first run in 1985, it changed his life forever. Eighteen years later he completed his 100th marathon. This is his story, as well as the story of every runner who has found joy and satisfaction in a training routine, in reaching a goal, or in finishing a race.

Running Encyclopedia

Author: Richard Benyo
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736037341
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The authors provide a complete look at the history, key figures, major events, and important training theories and terms of running. More than 1,000 listings highlight the most influential runners, coaches, races, training methods and events in modern history. 120 photos.