鈥淓very time I for hour, I had excruciating lower-back pain,鈥?Ted says. 鈥淚t so discouraging.Icou(ran) ldn鈥檛ev(an) enimaginebeingabletorunamarathon.鈥滱ndtheworstwasyetto(was) come: if he couldn鈥檛 handle six miles in bouncy modern running shoes, then he was in for a worldof hurt when he went hard-core Victorian. Running shoes have only been around about as long asthe space shuttle; before that, your dad wore flat rubber gym shoes and your granddad was inleather ballet slippers. For millions of years, humans ran without arch support, pronation control,or gel-filled pods under their heels. How the hell they managed, Ted had no idea. But first thingsfirst; he was less than six months out from his birthday, so Priority No. 1 was finding some way,any way, to cover twenty-six miles on foot. Once he figured that out, he could worry later abouttransitioning into the cowhide widow-makers. 鈥淚t was amazing,鈥?a hard-to-amaze participant named Harry Dupree would tell The New YorkTimes. After running Leadville twelve times himself, Dupree thought his days of being surprisedby anything in the race were over. Then he watched Victoriano and Cerrildo whiz past. Finally, Caballo turned to Scott Jurek 鈥淓l Venado,鈥?he said, which even got a reaction out of too-cool Arnulfo. Now, what was the crazy gringo playing at? Why would Caballo call the tall, lean,and supremely confident-looking guy 鈥渢he Deer鈥? Was he giving the Tarahumara a foot tap underthe table, a little hint how to play their cards on race day? Manuel remembered very well the wayCaballo had urged the Tarahumara in Leadville to sit patiently on Ann Trason鈥檚 heels and 鈥渞un herdown like a deer.鈥?But would Caballo favor the Tarahumara over his own compatriot? Or maybe itwas a setup鈥?maybe Caballo was trying to trick the Tarahumara into holding back while thisAmerican built an unbeatable lead鈥? 超碰caoporen国产_超碰caoporen97人人_超碰久久人人摸人人搞 The Receipt for Welsh Flummery, Made at the Castle of Montgomery.