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Runners on Running

The Best Nonfiction of Distance Running

Author: Richard Elliott

$24.95 CAD

Book
$24.95 CAD

ISBN: 9780736095709

©2011

Page Count: 312


Runners on Running is the ultimate anthology of inspirational stories, humorous accounts, and pivotal moments in the sport. This one-of-a-kind collection includes over 30 unforgettable stories from the most acclaimed writers in running:

• John Brant

• Kenny Moore

• Amby Burfoot

• Kathrine Switzer

• Don Kardong

• Marla Runyan and Sally Jenkins

• Frank Murphy

• Pam Reed

• Marc Bloom

• Hal Higdon

• Roger Hart

• Rachel Toor

• And More!

The pieces encompass the full range of the running experience, from motivation to frustration to exhilaration. The stories brilliantly capture the essence of the sport.

For anyone who loves running, Runners on Running is a captivating and essential read.

Rich Elliott competed at Kansas University from 1968 to 1972, qualifying for the NCAA Division I national meets in both track and cross country. In 1971, he was the Big Eight Conference three-mile champion.

In 1976, Elliott was named Illinois Distance Coach of the Year while working at Willowbrook High School. He moved to Deerfield High School in 1977 and was an assistant coach with the state cross country championship team before becoming the program’s head coach for both cross country and track. Elliott coached at the high-school level for 12 years, producing a pair of All-Americans and several all-state athletes. During this time he also wrote The Competitive Edge: Mental Preparation for Distance Running, a book that Track and Field News magazine called “the best work on the subject” and “a modern classic.”

Elliott then worked for many years in educational publishing as a textbook editor and technology producer. He returned to coaching from 2008 to 2010 to head the men’s and women’s cross country teams at Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois. He is now a freelance writer and editor.

Elliott lives in Winnetka, Illinois, with his wife and three children.

But Only on Sunday: Ron Clarke
Duel in the Sun
Get Out of My Race and Give Me Those Numbers!
I Don't Like to Run Long Distances
I Don’t Like to Run Long Distances
Mary vs. the Soviets
Me and Julio Down by the School Yard
My Old Buick

   
 Rich Elliot talks about the stories in Runners on Running  Rich Elliott discusses Runners on Running  Rich Elliott talks about his decision to write Runners on Running and the challenges he faced  Rich Elliott talks about his heroes and what he believes makes running great  
Richard Elliott

Runners on Running

$24.95 CAD

Runners on Running is the ultimate anthology of inspirational stories, humorous accounts, and pivotal moments in the sport. This one-of-a-kind collection includes over 30 unforgettable stories from the most acclaimed writers in running:

• John Brant

• Kenny Moore

• Amby Burfoot

• Kathrine Switzer

• Don Kardong

• Marla Runyan and Sally Jenkins

• Frank Murphy

• Pam Reed

• Marc Bloom

• Hal Higdon

• Roger Hart

• Rachel Toor

• And More!

The pieces encompass the full range of the running experience, from motivation to frustration to exhilaration. The stories brilliantly capture the essence of the sport.

For anyone who loves running, Runners on Running is a captivating and essential read.

Rich Elliott competed at Kansas University from 1968 to 1972, qualifying for the NCAA Division I national meets in both track and cross country. In 1971, he was the Big Eight Conference three-mile champion.

In 1976, Elliott was named Illinois Distance Coach of the Year while working at Willowbrook High School. He moved to Deerfield High School in 1977 and was an assistant coach with the state cross country championship team before becoming the program’s head coach for both cross country and track. Elliott coached at the high-school level for 12 years, producing a pair of All-Americans and several all-state athletes. During this time he also wrote The Competitive Edge: Mental Preparation for Distance Running, a book that Track and Field News magazine called “the best work on the subject” and “a modern classic.”

Elliott then worked for many years in educational publishing as a textbook editor and technology producer. He returned to coaching from 2008 to 2010 to head the men’s and women’s cross country teams at Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois. He is now a freelance writer and editor.

Elliott lives in Winnetka, Illinois, with his wife and three children.

But Only on Sunday: Ron Clarke
Duel in the Sun
Get Out of My Race and Give Me Those Numbers!
I Don't Like to Run Long Distances
I Don’t Like to Run Long Distances
Mary vs. the Soviets
Me and Julio Down by the School Yard
My Old Buick

   
 Rich Elliot talks about the stories in Runners on Running  Rich Elliott discusses Runners on Running  Rich Elliott talks about his decision to write Runners on Running and the challenges he faced  Rich Elliott talks about his heroes and what he believes makes running great  

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