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John McDonnell: The Most Successful Coach In NCAA History

John McDonnell: The Most Successful Coach In NCAA History

Christopher Kelsall June 27, 2013 1

Genre: Biography Title: John McDonnell: The Most Successful Coach in NCAA History Author: Andrew Maloney and John McDonnell ISBN: 10: 1 – 55728-992 – 1 Availability: Amazon Status: Recommended John McDonnell: The Greatest Coach in NCAA History, is a detailed

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Not About the Medal – Leah Pells – A Memoir

Not About the Medal – Leah Pells – A Memoir

Christopher Kelsall April 24, 2012 2

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated Genre: Biography Title: Not About the Medal Author: Leah Pells ISBN: 9780978064129 Availability: www.leahpells.com Status: Recommended The protagonist of Leah Pell’s transfixing autobiography, NOT ABOUT THE MEDAL immediately dominates the story and does not

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Ovett An Autobiography – Book Review

Ovett An Autobiography – Book Review

Christopher Kelsall January 2, 2012 0

© Copyright – 2011 – Athletics Illustrated Genre: Biography Title: Steve Ovett: An Autobiography Author: Steve Ovett and John Rodda ISBN: 0002181193 Pages: 209 Published by: Willow Books, 1984 Book Review Steve Ovett was one of the most notable English athletes during

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Born to Run – Chris McDougall

Born to Run – Chris McDougall

Christopher Kelsall November 12, 2011 1

Chris McDougall Born to Run A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Random House, Inc, 2009 Knopf. 287 pp. $24.95 © Christopher Kelsall – 2010 – Copyright I sit blurry-eyed watching planes take

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Healthy Intelligent Training – by Keith Livingstone

Healthy Intelligent Training – by Keith Livingstone

Christopher Kelsall September 13, 2011 2

© – Copyright – 2009 – Christopher Kelsall The Arthur Lydiard Phenomenon – A method of any other way could only be of a lesser standard. Certainly no other endurance pioneer, no matter how successful, could

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Once a Runner – by John L. Parker Jr.

Once a Runner – by John L. Parker Jr.

Christopher Kelsall September 13, 2011 0

John L. Parker: Comeback Author John L. Parker Jr. took 30 years to write the sequel to his classic novel Once a Runner. Then he almost died, spending 16 days in a near-coma. He along

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Marathon – by Hal Higdon

Marathon – by Hal Higdon

Christopher Kelsall September 12, 2011 0

© Copyright – 2010 – Christopher Kelsall Perhaps you have read John L. Parker Junior’s contribution to running culture, the quasi-fictional parable, Once a Runner – if you are a runner, inevitably you will read

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On the Wings of Mercury – by Lorraine Moller

On the Wings of Mercury – by Lorraine Moller

Christopher Kelsall September 12, 2011 1

ISBN13 9781877361999 primary language English original title: On the Wings of Mercury (C) Copyright – 2010 – Christopher Kelsall On the Wings of Mercury – a self–penned autobiography by Lorraine Moller, a world-class middle and long distance runner – is

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Uncommon Heart by Anne Audain

Uncommon Heart by Anne Audain

Christopher Kelsall September 12, 2011 0

© Copyright – 2009 – Christopher Kelsall Paperback, 278 pages Published April 28th 2000 by Cedarwinds (first published April 2000) ISBN 0915297280 (ISBN13: 9780915297283) Anne Audain’s book, Uncommon Heart, co-written with John L. Parker Jr. (Once a Runner) is

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