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Yet his memoir, Running on Empty, is about more than this one contest, a single sport, or an individual athlete: This deeply personal story explains what drives the extreme athlete , what compels the endurance kings and queens to keep going no matter what. The book reveals unexpected rewards and intense competition , exploring the effects of rivalry, trash-talking, and an uncompromising will to win. It spotlights the history of ultrarunning , showing how this elite sport lays claim to a nearly unmatched egalitarian past.