★ The Jim Ryun Story PDF / Epub ✪ Author Cordner Nelson – Sigilo.us

★ The Jim Ryun Story PDF / Epub ✪ Author Cordner Nelson – Sigilo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • The Jim Ryun Story
  • Cordner Nelson
  • English
  • 14 July 2019

The Jim Ryun StoryPublisher London Unwin Publication Date 1904 Subjects Natural History Notes This Is An OCR Reprint There May Be Typos Or Missing Text There Are No Illustrations Or Indexes When You Buy The General Books Edition Of This Book You Get Free Trial Access To Million Books.com Where You Can Select From Than A Million Books For Free You Can Also Preview The Book There.

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10 thoughts on “The Jim Ryun Story

  1. says:

    Probably the most important book of my teens, as measured by inspiration Even if today I only remember but a handful objectives scenes from the book road running, the brutal 400m repeats, how taxing the 2 mile record race was, rival...

  2. says:

    Most of the things I want to say about this book turn out to incorporate running metaphors That unfortunately makes it sound corny, but here goes This is a fun and fast read The writing is very simple, straight forward, and chronological It picks up somewhere in Jim Ryun s middle early high school gangly, uncoordinated years in which he suffered terrible side effects of a congenital inner ear malformation that gave him poor balance But he wanted to be an athlete And he impressed his high school coach enough that Timmons, the coach, told him he could become great Over the next several years, he ran 4000 miles, mostly doing two a day workouts and not pointing before races unless there were important competitions He became the youngest person to make the Olympic track team, and eventually the youngest person to hold the world record for the mile He was also a humble, good, thoughtful person and a quiet leader The book tells th...

  3. says:

    Back in 1964 Jim Ryun was a junior in Wichita, Kansas high school when he became the first high school athlete to run a sub 4 minute,thus etching his name in the annals of sports history This is an interesting read if you are a track field nut my family is My husband has been a cross country and a trackfield coach for 45 years I was introduced to the book in 68 or 69 when I visited a cousin in California whose next door neighbor was a cousin to Jim Ryun and blah, blah, blah I wish I still had a copy of the book lost through the ages.Ryun went on to establish himself as a congressman from Kansas 1996 2007 He is running again during the 2008 election it ll be interesting to see h...

  4. says:

    Sometimes Jim Ryun is forgotten in American Running history His story tells not only of the amazing talent and ability but of the unsurpassable work ethic towards his running This motivating me to train h...

  5. says:

    All time favorite running book Informative, inspiring and extremely well written.

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