On the Run From Dogs and People by Hal Higdon

On the Run from Dogs and People was first published in 1971, a time when the running movement was just getting started, and even the Boston Marathon only attracted a mere 877 runners- 3 of them were women running “unofficially.” Much of the writing may seem outdated, and (gasp!) perhaps politically incorrect, but Higdon’s book captures […]

My Best Race by Chris Cooper

Runners love to tell their stories, and Chris Cooper has compiled 50 of the best stories for us to enjoy. My Best Race: 50 Runners and the Finish Line They’ll Never Forget is full of inspirational stories and lessons about racing. Former Olympians, mid-pack runners, and others candidly share their uplifting stories about the best race they ever […]