All or Nothing At All by Steve Chilton is the life story of Billy Bland, fellrunner extraordinaire and holder of many records including that of the Bob Graham Round until it was broken by the foreword author of this book, Kilian Jornet. It is also the story of Borrowdale in the English Lake District, describing its people, their character and their lifestyle, into which fellrunning is unmistakably woven.
Filled with stories of competition and rich in northern humour, All or Nothing At All is testimony to the life spent in the fells by one of their greatest champions, Billy Bland.
Publisher: Sandstone Press Ltd
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 314 g
Dimensions: 195 x 130 x 25 mm
A pacy jaunt along those muddy trails where Billy Bland set records few people have approached since. Anyone with a love of running will find this an engrossing and enjoyable read.
Born in the Lake District and moulded by its hills, Billy Bland is a truly fascinating character
A detailed insight into the life of legendary fell runner Billy Bland, a straight talking Cumbrian who thinks as deeply about the environment as he does about running.
This tale of fortitude and formidable athleticism transports readers to the heart of the fell running scene. Billy Bland is undisputed king of the fells.
An engaging look at the life of running legend Billy Bland of Borrowdale, encyclopaedic on his training, his character, and his wider contribution to life in the Dales.
A truly inspirational book that highlights the importance of passion and hard work in achieving goals.
Filled with stories of competition and rich in northern humour. - Cumbria Magazine
This book has inspired me to get my fell running shoes back on... A cracking read that I would recommend to anybody who is passionate about fell running and its history! - Compass Sport
‘An excellent book about an extraordinary fell runner.’ - Old Man in Tights blog
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