Crawl of Fame: Julie Moss and the Fifteen Feet That Created an Ironman Triathlon Legend

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About the Author

Julie Moss is a member of the Ironman Hall of Fame, U.S.A. Triathlon Hall of Fame and a ten-time Ironman competitor. She was the 2012 Triathlon Business International Female Athlete of the Year and was the 2017 Ironman North American Champion in her age group. Julie has served as a commentator for ABC, NBC, CBS, and the Goodwill Games. Julie is a member of the Hoka One One sports team been featured in People, Sports Illustrated, ESPN: The Magazine, The New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times. She lives in San Diego, California.

Robert Yehling has written or co-written twenty books, including Just Add Water, the biography of autistic surf star Clay Marzo and The Champion's Way, with former U.S. Ski Team coach Dr. Steve Victorson. He has won three Sigma Delta Chi Society awards for sports journalism, the Independent Publishers Book Award, and was a finalist for the 2015 Dolly Gray Literature Award. Yehling ran his fifth Boston Marathon in 2017 and lives in San Diego, California.

Armen Keteyian is an eleven-time Emmy Award winner. He is a network television correspondent for CBS News based in New York and longtime contributing correspondent to "60 Minutes." Keteyian has written or co-written eleven books including The System and Tiger Woods.


The greatest show of courage in the history of Wide World of Sports.--ABC's Wide World of Sports host Jim McKay
For pure drama in the essence of sport, and finding yourself somehow, some way, in the most demanding of circumstances . . . there's a reason this has stayed with me for all these years. It is the greatest display of courage I've ever seen in a sports event.--Armen Keteyian, New York Times bestselling author and former Chief Correspondent, CBS Sports and 60 Minutes
More than any other in history, Julie's race in 1982 was a display of indomitable strength in the human body and spirit, and changed the face of triathlon and of Ironman forever. Her story captures the profound and positive impact that ironman and one race can have on someone's entire life, and will undoubtedly inspire and encourage all who read it.--Chrissie Wellington, Four-time Ironman World Champion and author of To the Finish Line and A Life Without Limits
A courageous account of dealing with disappointment as an athlete and an individual, and a powerful testament to the importance of not giving up on oneself.