Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen - Chapters 1-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1-6 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 1

The book began with the author in a hotel looking for a man known as Caballo Blanco. He had been looking for him everywhere, but in each locale that he visited, he had learned the man had just left. At this point of the trip, he was beginning to wonder whether the man really existed or if he was just a legend.

At the hotel, he received good news. Apparently Caballo Blanco always arrived at five o'clock. The author was very relieved until he realized that it was after six o'clock. He sat down on the couch to think about the situation and rest.

There were many wile stories about Caballo Blanco, yet some of the details were always the same. Caballo Blanco had come to Mexico and had gone into the wild, impenetrable Copper Canyons years ago...

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