For those of you who may be less familiar with this book and it's authors, here's a little info:
Olympian Adam Goucher's running career has it's roots in Colorado, where he was a national high school cross country champion and winner of several NCAA track titles. In 2000, he was on the US Olympic team, for the 5000m distance. He is married to Olympic runner Kara Goucher and together they live with their son, Colton in Portland, Oregon.
Tim Catalano was teammates with Goucher in college while running with the University of Colorado Buffaloes. For over 15 years he has worked as a Psychology teacher and coach and has an avid love of running.
They brought together their love of the sport and their combined 40 years of running experience to produce this book. Running the Edge is not merely a how-to of running, but more a guide to finding greater meaning and depth of daily life through the spirit of running and fitness.
Okay, so here's the scoop, folks: To enter this giveaway, become a follower of this blog and leave a comment telling me that you did and why you'd love to have this book. Or head over to my Facebook page and 'like' it and leave a comment letting me know that you did, with your reasons for wanting to win the book. (You can do both, if you want to!) Oh, and if you are already a follower of my blog and Facebook page, just leave me a comment telling me and you will be entered into the contest!
And don't forget to make a stop at the guys' Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/RunTheEdge! Like them and you will receive daily inspiration, motivation and fun running stuff straight to your FB news feed, even if you don't win the book! :)
The giveaway will be open until Thursday, August 30 at which time I will use an online generator to randomly choose the winner from all of the entries. Enter now - your chances are excellent ~ seriously!
Also for those of you not fortunate enough to win the giveaway, watch my blog for my review of the book. Then you will surely be motivated to go out and grab a copy for yourself!