• The Never Ending Run

The Never Ending Run

The Never Ending Run

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  • Author
    Lorenzo Maria Delluva
  • Publisher
    Lorenzo Maria Delluva
  • Publication date
    31 August 2021

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    The Never Ending Run

  • Author

    Lorenzo Maria Delluva

  • Date Published

    31 August 2021

  • Publisher

    Lorenzo Maria Delluva

  • Pages

    342 pages

  • ISBN

    9791220801287

Book Description

Extreme race, city festival, global phenomenon - the New York Marathon is much more than a never-ending run.

On top of the 50,000 plus participants who actually run the race, it’s an event that involves millions of people when you include the thousands of volunteers, the hundreds of thousands of supporters lining the streets of the metropolis par excellence, and the global TV audience watching at home.

"The Never-Ending Run" aims to give a 360° explanation and tell the story of one of the most famous marathons in the world, starting with a mile-by-mile description of the race, including first-hand experiences.On the back of the story of the race, there follows a guide to New York specially dedicated to runners and all their shopping and tourism needs, along with scores of interesting facts and stats.

"The Never-Ending Run" recounts the history of the New York City Marathon, provides intriguing insights and explains how to participate and properly prepare for the race- all without overlooking essential tips and suggestions for enjoying life, and your break, in the Big Apple.
  • Part one, The Race, illustrates the history and route of the most famous race in the world, including race strategies by coach Fulvio Massini, as well as accounts from other famous athletes, such as Peter Ciaccia, Orlando Pizzolato, Franca Fiacconi, George Hirsch, German Silva, and Alex Zanardi.
  • Part two, New York, is given over to the needs of the runner in town for the race: how to get around; where to go shopping for running gear; advice on what to do - and not do - in the days leading up to the race; and the best places to watch the race for spectators.

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