Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Christopher McDougall
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Chapters 1-6

• In Chapter 1, the author was in a hotel looking for a man known as Caballo Blanco.

• There were many wild stories about Caballo Blanco, who had come to Mexico and had gone into the wild, impenetrable Copper Canyons years ago where he lived with the Tarahumara.

• The Tarahumara tribe was known for its health, serenity, and love of running; the people in the tribe kept to themselves and lived high up in the cliffs where no one could see them.

• When the author said that he had been looking for him, Caballo Blanco looked as if he wanted to leave.
• In Chapter 2, it was January of 2001 when the author asked his doctor why his foot hurt.

• The doctor, who was one of the best in the field of sports medicine, told the author that the human body was not designed for the abuse that running offers...

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