The Un­likely Su­per­star: Paul McCloy

Canadian Running - - JULY & AUGUST 2017 - By Steve Boyd

New­found­land’s Paul McCloy, an overly tall, awk­ward run­ner who trained through bliz­zards in hockey rinks and park­ing garages, be­came a world-beat­ing star. Steve Boyd com­peted against McCloy in the late ’80s and early ’90s, and ex­plores how McCloy be­came per­haps Canada’s most un­likely run­ning star, and one of our great­est.

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