What I Talk About When I Talk About Running - Chapter Six: Nobody Pounded the Table Anymore, Nobody Threw Their Cups Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six: Nobody Pounded the Table Anymore, Nobody Threw Their Cups Summary and Analysis

June 23, 1996, Lake Saroma, Hokkaido

On one occassion, Haruki ran sixty-two miles in one day. Not many people can make that claim. His run went from morning until night. It had a lot of meaning for Haruki as a runner. He gained a deeper understanding of himself with that challenge. The race took place in Saroma in Hokkaido in June which is early summer in the region. The path runs around the shores of the lake which faces the Sea of Okhotsk. Making this run is the first time many people realize just how large the lake is! It is an idyllic setting replete with flower gardens and grazing cattle. There are checkpoints every six miles along the way. If a runner...

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