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Publisher's Summary

Training your body for a marathon is tough. Training your mind is even harder.

Unless you have Ant Middleton as your mentor....

The former special forces soldier, and star of SAS: Who Dares Wins, has recruited five first-time Virgin Money London Marathon runners who have recently faced-up to a variety of mental health challenges.

Supported by elite marathon runner Mara Yamauchi and sports psychologist Dr Josephine Perry, Ant is on hand to help them battle through their self-doubt, anxiety and fears, can they overcome their psychological barriers to reach the finish line?

A TBI Media production for Audible Originals.

This is an Audible Original Podcast. Free for members. You can download all 7 episodes to your Library now.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues mentioned in this podcast, please contact Crisis Services Canada on 1.833.456.4566.

October 9th 2020 Update: Recorded in the run-up to the Virgin Money London Marathon, with a final episode recorded after the postponed event in October 2020, all seven episodes are now available. Refresh your library if you have already added or purchased this podcast.

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The accents are heavy so it is difficult to understand the people at times. The program started in the middle of something and we as the reader have to figure out what. I was bored quite quickly and stopped reading.

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Boring stories, lack of narrative or inspiring lessons, just people talking over the phone about their marathon goals.

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not what I expected

not what I expected but good for a runner short story ok was ok k