To Our Readers

THE CROWD IS roaring. The stopwatch is ticking off the last few seconds of the race. The competitors are moving neck and neck toward the finish line. You are not on the track, but you are on the edge of your seat just the same and almost out of breath. When the victory comes, you are on your feet, shouting with the rest of the crowd. It is a special moment. Though you are not the winner, in some way you have experienced the thrill of victory.

Slipping into a pair of running shoes or getting on a sleek racing bike might not be your thing. But experiencing the thrill of victory can still belong to your life.

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