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Running and Me: Then and Now

Mary Button

Publisher: Iconic Press

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Running and Me: Then and Now is a memoir that will inspire you and give you an in-depth perspective into the sport of long distance running.  Mary Button takes you on a fascinating journey as she describes eye-witness accounts beginning with Title IX as a child and the growth of women's participation. She describes in detail how nearly every aspect of the sport has changed – running clubs, nutrition, the fashion industry, and the emergence of "charity runners." 
Running and Me provides an insider's look into the evolution of the running industry and the vast changes that have taken place in the sport over the past few decades. This story is told from the perspective of both an athlete and an industry insider. (321 pages)

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