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28-Jun-18

The Mountains Are Calling Review

By Alice Morrison

Jonny Muir is a runner and a writer and captures the poetic and heroic nature of ultra running with skill and artistry. This is his fourth book and it is about running in the high places of Scotland.

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11-May-17

A rebel and a runner - Rory Coleman book review

Marathon and ultra running legend and coach Rory Coleman is now a book author. In his latest adventure on paper he lays bare the reasons why he first took up running and how it profoundly changed –and saved- his life.

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17-Feb-17

Still Not Bionic – Ira Rainey book review

Still Not Bionic is the second book by Ira. His first, ‘Fat Man to Green Man: From Unfit to Ultramarathon’ was well received. I haven’t read his first book, but knowing how well received it was – and that you didn’t need to have digested that to read Still Not Bionic – I tucked into his second publication…

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08-Nov-16

Running Beyond – Ian Corless book review

Ian Corless is perhaps the most influential media figure in ultra, trail and skyrunning. His contribution to the coverage of the sport is massive and it’s no coincidence that his appearance on the scene coincides with that of its greatest increase in popularity.

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04-Jul-16

Relentless Forward Progress - Bryon Powell book review

I bought Relentless Forward Progress early in my ultra running days. I’d “run” (read: walked / hobbled / crawled / cried) my way across the Atacama on my first ultra and returned to the UK realising that I needed to add some sort of structure to my training if future events weren’t to follow a similar painful path.

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