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Running With The Heart Of A Champion

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Running With The Heart Of A Champion

Eastern Michigan's Paul McMullen running at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Paul is one of the many contributors to Running With The Heart  Of A Champion.

In Running With The Heart Of A Champion, Paul McMullen talks about the importance of confidence for the serious athlete who wants to compete with the best!

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Running With The Heart Of A Champion

What others have said about this book:

"Running With the Heart of a Champion" not only speaks from the heart, but is a great insight on the mental aspects of running! Ronald S. Wiens -  Swartz Creek High School, Swartz Creek, MI. 34 Yr Track Coach, 22 Yr Football Coach 10 Yr Cross Country Coach.

“This book is outstanding! An absolute must read for all serious and aspiring runners.” Randy Wilkens – Coach at Lakeland High School Cross Country and Track and Field  for 41 years.

“There is simply no other book that I have read that will inspire and motivate runners better than Running With The Heart of a Champion.” Bill Tipton – Collegiate and high school All American hurdler and national record holder.

“I believe that Running With The Heart of a Champion will be an inspiration to all who read it.” Gary Brimmer- elite running coach.

 “This book will be a great motivational tool for young runners—and maybe even for a few of us older runners!” Bill Khan – Sports journalist and reporter.

Running With The Heart of a Champion contains insights and advice from some of the greatest runners to ever represent the United States and Canada on the collegiate level and in the international arena as well including: Todd Williams, Bill Tipton, Gerry Lindgren, Doug Brown, Kevin Sullivan, Paul McMullen, Geena Gall, Hazel Clark, Olympic champion Hayes Jones and many others.

Rev. Robert L. Dickie has ministered in a church in Grand Blanc, Mi. for over 30 years and raised five children who grew up with his passion for Cross Country and Track and Field. All five of his children were State qualifiers, three of them were All-State, two of them won the indoor state championship in Michigan, and all five received scholarships to run at the collegiate level.