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That’s the only thing I can think of that would make this book both hard to find and expensive to buy when found. His research is ultrqmarathon impressive. Dvc marked it as to-read Aug 08, The moderation team reserves the right to remove content or restrict user posting privileges as necessary. Li’l race Reports Thread. I can’t figure out why this particular running book is so highly priced.
“Ultramarathon” by James Shapiro
Every small niche of ultrarunning has a little light shed upon it at some point, normally with accompanying good humour and considerable insight. My involvement with the world grows dimmer.
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