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"For anyone looking for a dose of inspiration before lacing up their sneakers, this book is it: part manifesto, part motivation, use it to go a little farther, faster, and feel better about every step."
-- Lucy Danziger, editor-in-chief, SELF magazine, and co-author, The Nine Rooms of Happiness

"A book that is needed and important and life changing -- all the things running has been for us!"
-- Kathrine Switzer, author of Marathon Woman: Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's Sports, Running and Walking for Women Over 40 and co- author of 26.2 Marathon Stories

"I was hooked after the first page. Run Like A Girl reminds me, once again, the power and importance of sport in young girls and women's lives. As a mom and an athlete, I will continue to proudly run like a girl and support my kids as they do the same!"
-- Summer Sanders, Gold Medalist and TV personality

"A compelling and insightful book about using sport and physical activity to balance the extraordinary challenges women face. . . a must read for women athletes and non-athletes alike."
-- Donna Lopiano, founder and president of Sports Management Resources; formerly CEO of the Women's Sports Foundation