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- Chapter 1 Introduction: Why Running Matters
- Chapter 2 Researching Running: Embodiment, Lifestyle and Identity
- Chapter 3 The Evolution of a Field: A Brief History of Running as Sport in Britain
- Chapter 4 Running the Numbers: Quantitative Insights and a Map of the Field
- Chapter 5 Disciplining Body and Mind: Running as a Technique of the Self
- Chapter 6 The Price and the Meaning of Success: Training, Competition and Performance
- Chapter 7 Running Places: How the Sites of Running Matter
- Chapter 8 Conclusions: Running, Society and Identity