The University of Arkansas Press has announced additional book signing events for Coach John McDonnell around the state.
Get an opportunity to meet with the coach at the following times and locations:
March 16, 2013
2212 South Walton Blvd, Suite #2
Bentonville, AR, 2:00 pm
March 23, 2013
Go! Running in the Heights
1819 North Grant Street
Little Rock, AR, 12-4pm
May 17, 2013
May 17, 2013
Fort Smith Public Library
3201 Rogers Avenue
Fort Smith, AR, 12:00pm
The biography, coauthored by Andrew Maloney, tells the story of McDonnell's life and legacy, "from his childhood growing up on a farm in 1940's County Mayo, Ireland, to his own running career, to the beginnings of his life as a coach to all the great athletes he mentored along the way."
McDonnell Spent 36 years at the university, piling up 40 national championships- the most by any coach in any sport in NCAA history- and 83 conference championships including 34 consecutive cross-country championships from 1974 to 2008.
From 1984 to 1995, his Razorback teams won twelve consecutive NCAA Indoor Track Championships, the longest streak of national titles by any school in any sport in NCAA history.
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