Emil Zátopek (September 1922 - November 2000) is one of the greatest Olympians of all time. He is one of the ultimate distance runners. Why? I don’t know. Or, I didn’t. All I knew was the name, and a place. Emil Zátopek. Czechoslovakia. Having read this book, written by Richard Askwith, I now know what… Continue reading Runners Book Club: Today We Die A Little.
Long Sleeves I have just returned from a run and my goodness I wore short sleeves. Desperate times, I know. I believe this means that summer is officially ending, and autumn is officially falling. For the most part I’m a warm weather runner, I like the feel of the sun on my back as I… Continue reading Autumn, Olympians, and a Pristine Patagonian Marathon.