Running For My Life Hardback
One Lost Boy's Journey from the Killing Fields of Sudan to the Olympic Games
by Lopez Lomong;
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Running For My Life
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He was abducted. He was beaten. And he was nearly forced to become a boy solider in his war-torn homeland, Sudan. But he escaped in the night, ran three days, and was taken into a refugee camp in Kenya. He never owned a pair of shoes. He never owned a pen or paper and did schoolwork in the dust with his fingertips.
His boyhood was the daily struggle of an orphan, and each day he would run an eighteen-mile lap around the refugee camp just to play a game of soccer. In his wildest dreams, Lopez Lomong couldnt even conceive that Nike would one day be his official sponsor, that he would graduate from college, and that he would represent his new home and bear the American flag in the Summer Olympics.
'Running for My Life' is Lopez Lomongs harrowing story of loss, overcoming, triumph and redemption. It is the once-in-a-lifetime story of a Sudanese lost boy who became an American citizen and Olympic athlete. His life is a powerful picture of the fact that we can overcome, that what seems out of reach is within our grasp if wed believe and if wed only try.
A story of faith, and a story that captures the best of humanity, Running for My Life will arrest the hearts and inspire the hopes of readers everywhere.
Running For My Life by Lopez Lomong was published by Thomas Nelson in June 2012 and is our 61899th best seller. The ISBN for Running For My Life is 9781595555151.
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Details for Running For My Life
|Page last updated||31st May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Lopez Lomong|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (June 2012)|
|Number of Pages||229|