What we can learn from Ethiopian running culture - written by an anthropologist and 2:20 marathon runner who trained with the Ethiopians
Michael Crawley is a 2.20 marathon runner who has competed internationally for Scotland and Great Britain. He is Assistant Professor in Social Anthropology at Durham University. This is his first book.
Full of wonderful insights and lessons from a world where the ability to run is viewed as something almost mysterious and magical. * Adharanand Finn *