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By John Bryant

This can be the exciting account of heroism, ambition and scandal of 3 amazing males whose activities on the 1908 Olympics overshadowed the 1st London Olympic Games…. A diminutive Italian, Dorando Pietri, who fell 5 instances, and used to be virtually carried around the end line. Scottish sprinter, Wyndham Halswelle and American competitor, Johnny Hayes who have been drawn right into a dispute among the U.S. and the British Empire approximately wearing superiority which spilled over into politics, way of life and ethics, with allegations of dishonest, drug-taking and professionalism. John Bryant delves into the lives of those 3 impressive males in a story that stretches from rural Italy to the battlefields of the Boer conflict and past to discover the rules of the fashionable wearing and marathon stream.

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Someone she had been fantasizing about forever. She closed her eyes briefly as a stirring of pain enveloped her. This wasn’t how she had imagined it would be. She had always thought that she would one day meet him on the street and that they would glance at each other and fall in love at first sight. She had pictured them in a whirlwind relationship, followed by a quick marriage and a bunch of babies. As she watched him she knew that those fantasies were never going to be reality. Oliver Park was a twisted individual.

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