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Jeff Galloway’s Sprint

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“…enjoy the process of becoming better.”

In 1958, Jeff Galloway was a lazy, 13-year-old Florida kid when his parents moved to Atlanta, enrolling him in a school that had just been cut from a hilly, Nancy Creek pine forest seven years before.

He wanted to take an easy sport, so “lazy” friends suggested “Winter Cross Country because of the coach, Paul Koshewa, a wonderful guy.”

Jeff’s been running, and walking, since: Opening the world’s first running store, winning the first Peachtree Road Race, competing in the 1972 Munich Olympics and writing 25 books – a sprint that began when he first stepped into the woods of Westminster.

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