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When runners aren't running, they are talking about running, planning their next run, shopping for running. This audiobook contains 101 stories from runners, telling their stories to other runners about. Running - how it has changed their lives, their bodies, and their spirits. Runners will love these inspirational stories of fellow runners challenging themselves, recovering from injuries, and staying motivated. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Runners also includes amazing stories of marathons, camaraderie, and the natural high that comes from this popular sport. It holds plenty of stories for triathletes too, covering swimming and cycling.

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©2011 Mark Victor Hansen & Jack Canfield (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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meh

nothing earth shattering, didn't hate it but didn't finish it either. wouldn't buy it again

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  • Iris
  • Australia
  • 10-08-15

I wish I'd bought another book

What would have made Chicken Soup for the Soul: Runners better?

Longer stories, more stories about good runners. Less stories about people who weren't really good runners, just part time joggers.

What could the authors have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Longer stories featuring inspiring runners who shared their stories of how they train to reach the top.

What three words best describe Christina Traister and Dan John ’s performance?

Not too bad.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Just... Meh...

Any additional comments?

Buy "Born to run" or "Running with the Kenyans" or any book of Chrissie Wellington if you want inspirational stories on how to become a better runner.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful