Selected as one of the best books of the season by the Ottawa Citizen.
Mark Sutcliffe writes so convincingly in Why I Run that he made this reviewer set aside a long-held belief that marathon running is an incomprehensible form of voluntary self-abasement.
The book is subtitled, "The remarkable journey of the ordinary runner," but don't be fooled. There's nothing ordinary about Sutcliffe, a Citizen columnist, radio and TV show host, and founder of iRun magazine. Read the full review here.
- Bruce Ward, Ottawa Citizen