|LC Classifications||GV1063.2.C62 B56 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||2004106491|
“God on the Starting Line is a classic, a tribute to all those who pursue excellence with talent, pride, courage, and the ability to endure. It’s the best sports book I’ve read in years and should be required reading.” —Bud Greenspan, Emmy Award-winning Olympic filmmaker5/5(1). God on the Starting Line is a highly satisfying and inspirational account of a cross-country coach's ability to cross a religious divide and motivate a group of high school runners to achieve what appeared to be impossible. Serious runners will love this book, Pages: God on the Starting Line Reviewed by Diane McManus. archive. The title of Marc Bloom’s book embodies both conflict and resolution, embracing the pain as well as the miracle of this unlikely partnership. God on the Starting Line by Marc Bloom, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(53).
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God on the Starting Line: The Triumph of a Catholic School Running Team and Its Jewish Coach by Marc Bloom (Breakaway Books, ) Marc Bloom Author: Marc Chalufour. “God on the Starting Line is a classic, a tribute to all those who pursue excellence with talent, pride, courage, and the ability to endure. It’s the best sports book I’ve read in years and should be required reading.” When Marc Bloom began coaching boys’ cross-country at a small Catholic high school, 5/5(1). GOD ON THE STARTING LINE: The Triumph of a Catholic School Running Team and Its Jewish Coach. God: I didn't let your car start because there was a drunk driver on your route that would have hit you if you were on the road. Me: (ashamed) God: The first person who made your sandwich today was sick and I didn't want you to catch what they have, I knew you couldn't afford to miss work.