Monday, May 29, 2006

Marathon and Beyond back issues

I have been subscribed to Marathon and Beyond in the past and have a slew of issues that I've read, enjoyed, and am ready to pass on for $3/issue plus shipping. These are great magazines -- really more like journals or paperback books -- chock full of interviews, news stories, marathon reviews, and more.

If you're interested in all or any, please leave a note in the comments or email me at stephannie underscore t at yahoo dot com.

July/August 2002, Volume 6 Issue 4 (196 pages) Summer Reading Gold Mine..., Cross America By the Book, America Takes the Trailwalker, The Sahara Marathon

September/October 2002, Volume 6, Issue 5 (200 pages) Healing & Unity in new York, Chicago Hits 25, Best Running Novels Ever, Peak Busters Run Tall & Proud, The Fat Loading Solution

November/December 2002, Volume 6, Issue 6 (178 pages) Big Views, Big Hills, Big Sur, Running Collectibles, Marathon At Your Best. At Home With Clarence DeMar

January/February 2003, Volume 7, Issue 1 (180 pages) Run Vienna in the Spring, Live High, Train Low, Mardi Gras Is Party Central, On the Trail of Paul Bunyan

March/April 2003, Volume 7, Issue 2 (2000 pages) John A Kelley: The Best, Frozen Trails in Iceland, European Racing Guide, Hal Higdon's Most Unforgettable

May/June 2003, Volume 7, Issue 3
(196 pages) Sportsmed Extravaganza, Ergogenic Aids, Is a Pacing Group for You?, Do Heart Rate Monitors Work?, Tips for Toes

July/August 2003, Volume 7, Issue 4 (200 pages) Pam Reed owns Death Valley, A Colonial Run for Liberty, Relay Fun in the Rockies, Boulder Backroads Parties Down, Max Jones Runs Long and Tough

September/October 2003, Volume 7, Issue 5 (200 pages) Conquer the Wall, A Training Program for the First-Timer, The Taper: A User's Guide, Marathoning on Beautiful Cape Cod

November/December 2003, Volume 7, Issue 6 (196 pages) Trail Ultra tips, Halls of Fame, Ray Piva Keeps Going, The Canal Run

January/February 2004, Volume 8, Issue 1 (196 pages) Paula Khalid: Breaking Barriers, Hyponatremia: The Last Word, North Pole Marathon Madeness, Badwater Quad Crossing

March/April 2004, Volume 8, Issue 2
(200 pages) Deena Does Distance, Lorraine Moller Remembers Her Dad, Annette's Comeback Ends, Getting High at Park City, Streaking At Boston

May/June, Volume 8, Issue 3 (200 pages) The Lydiard Legacy, Peter Snell on Lydiard, The Vermont 100, Does Less Equal More?, The Triumph of Twin Cities

July/August 2004, Volume 8, Issue 4 (200 pages) The Colorado Trail Challenge, Life and Near Death at St. Louis 1904, The Grand Canyon: A Runner's Guide, Culpepper Sets Sights on Athens, Super Sunmart

September/October 2004, Volume 8, Issue 5 (200 pages) Dances with...Danger in Baghdad, Mud in Indiana, History in Yonkers, Victory in Vermont, Heat in Boston

November/December 2004, Volume 8, Issue 6 (196 pages) Meb Medals at Athens, Going Native in Medoc, The Lincoln Marathon, Run Long, Walk Short, Ultras: The Next Frontier

January/February 2005, Volume 9, Issue 1 (192 pages) Rock 'n' Run in San Diego, Life & Death in the Yukon, Behind the Scenes in Athens, The Infection Connection, Lessons in Ultrarunning

March/April 2005, Volume 9, Issue 2 (200 pages) Meet the Modern Pheidippides, Running with the Ehrets, The Fall and Rise of Patti Dillon, Beyond the Berlin Wall, Marathoning's Backbone: The Long Run

May/June 2005, Volume 9, Issue 3 (196 pages) There's Nothing Dead about Deadwood, A Bit of Hawaii in Afghanistan, The Lure of 100 Miles, Run to the Head of the Class, Marathoning in Canada

July/August 2005, Vol 9, Iss 4 (196p) Adventure Challenge: Surviving the Jay Mt Marathon, Pam Reed Sleepless in Tucson, Chilean Desert Run or Mars?, Up and Down at Bob Graham, Destination: Whitney's Peak

September/October 2005, Volume 9, Issue 5 (204 pages) High Times in the Himalayas, The Injuries of August, Half-Marathon as Sprinboard to Marathon, Palms & Sun at Space Coast, The Astonishing Helen Klein

November/December 2005, Volume 9, Issue 6 (198 pages) Berlin Sets the Pace for Europe, Houston Does It Up Right, Race Your Best Half, Running in Mom's Footsteps, On Horse Troughs and Aid Stations

2006: Boston Marathon. This special edition focuses solely on the Boston Marathon, celebrating the race’s rich history and continued excellence and preeminence, dating back to 1897. The book captures the vast sporting and cultural history of the Boston Marathon in a one-time, keepsake edition. Articles include The Lure of Boston, 10 Best Bostons, Tales of Two Kelleys, Fast Women and Master’s Men, “Duel in the Sun” Revisited. 208 pp

Jan/Feb 2006 Vol 10, Iss 1 (198pp) The Russians Are Here and They’re Tough, Two Oceans Lives Up to Its Reputation, Running as Armor, Dr. George Sheehan on Running, Bataan Memorial Death March Marathon

Mar/Apr 2006 Vol 10, Iss 2 (200pp) Matt Carpenter Soaring Higher, Peter Gilmore in Bloom, Tale of 2 Bostons, No Feudin’ Just Runnin’ at Hatfield-McCoy, Patti Catalano Dillon’s Most Unforgettable Marathon

May/Jun 2006 Vol 10, Iss 3
(196pp) Behind-the-Scenes Look at Race Directors, The Finale: “Duel in the Sun”, Hard Lessons at Western States, Gut Run to the Ganges, Fun Times at Disney Marathon


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