THE LONELY SPRINTER by W. R. Loader

THE LONELY SPRINTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An articulate story of the author's experiences with the foot racing sport from schoolyard races to the tense Oxford-Cambridge meets. His descriptions of the sport, sketches of the great sprinters and distance runners and his analysis of the techniques and training prove his point that a good runner has a large dose of man's finest virtues, courage, strength, endurance and purpose.

Pub Date: Feb. 10th, 1960
Publisher: Macmillan