Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen - Chapters 7-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7-12 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 7

Caballo Blanco looked as if he was going to bolt out of the hotel. The author started shooting names at him, showing that he knew people from the tribe. When he mentioned Manuel's name, the man acknowledged him, asking who he was.

They decided to get something to eat. Throughout the entire evening, the author couldn't figure out what Caballo Blanco thought about what he was saying. As Caballo Blanco ate, the author realized how hungry the man was. That's why he seemed so angry at the hotel.

Caballo Blanco mentioned that the author had picked him out because he didn't know if he was related to any of the drug nastiness in the area. As they ate, he began to tell his own story and some of the stories related to running and the tribe. He began...

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