"This book captures exactly why Boston is the most prestigious and most cherished race on the planet."
WITH FOREWORD BY BART YASSO, CHIEF RUNNING OFFICER, RUNNER'S WORLD
AVAILABLE NOW IN HARD COVER AND eBOOK
What does it take to chase down a lifelong dream, even after you’ve failed three times?
with a Foreword by Bart Yasso, Chief Running Officer, Runner's World
Long Road to Boston combines the history of the world’s most coveted marathon with the personal journey of one ordinary runner who seeks to fulfill his ultimate amateur athletic goal. Tracing back to the marathon’s roots in Greek mythology and sharing the stories of the many colourful and inspiring characters who have crossed Boston’s finish line, the book explores why modern runners challenge themselves with such ambitious goals and revels in the reward of a persistent dream achieved.
Listen to Canada's Governor-General David Johnston interview Mark about his new book Long Road to Boston below:
Mark Sutcliffe is a writer, broadcaster, entrepreneur and volunteer. Based in his hometown of Ottawa, Canada, Mark has been a radio and television host, columnist, media executive and owner, consultant and coach, community leader and public speaker for more than 25 years.
Writer / Broadcaster
Listen to Mark daily from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm on 1310NEWS. Read his weekly column in the Ottawa Citizen and his regular column in iRun.
Having started his first business when he was a teenager, Mark has been a founder, owner and executive in several successful companies. He also provides consulting services and speaks regularly about entrepreneurship.
Mark is a passionate volunteer and fundraiser who has served on the board of directors of a dozen community, business and educational organizations, chaired the local Chamber of Commerce and the United Way campaign and has won awards for philanthropy and volunteering.