Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen - Chapters 31-32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-32 Summary and Analysis

On the morning of the race, the racers were eating breakfast and they noticed the East Coast team was missing. Caballo was getting stressed and the author and Caballo went to find the team. He left the eating area to find the street decorated, the entire town assembled, and a mariachi band on the ready. It was thirty minutes until race time.

Jenn and Billy almost missed the start, and they made it to the startup with seconds to spare. The Urique Tarahumara cheated and were disqualified. The author felt better than ever before, then was startled by a coral snake that sent him over the cliff where he had to claw his way back up.

Jenn had to fend off Tarahumara funners who kept boxing her in. She found her strength in the downhills where they dropped behind...

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