Reborn on the Run

My Journey from Addiction to Ultramarathons

Reborn on the Run

By:  Corbett, Catra
England, Dan

9781510729025
$38.99 Hardback
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2018/05/15
Skyhorse Publishing Inc.

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6.0 X 9.0 in
240 pg



SPORTS & RECREATION / Running & Jogging
SPORTS & RECREATION / Health & Safety
SPORTS & RECREATION / Track & Field
A redemption memoir of a meth addict-turned-record-holding ultrarunner.

"One of greatest adventure stories I ever heard involves a meth addict, an exotic dancer, a Goth hairdresser, and a suicidal jailbird, and the amazing transformation that combined all of them into the joyful, iron-tough athlete known as the "Dirt Diva." I’d heard bits of the Dirt Diva legend for years, but until this book, I never knew her story was so painful, tragic, and heroic. This is a story you’ll love and never forget." —Christopher McDougall, author of bestselling Born to Run and Natural Born Heroes
"Catra Corbett tells a story that left me gasping for breath at times, wondering if she would survive, and then cheering for her as she overcomes obstacles, one after another. She epitomizes determination and exemplifies a truly rare passion for living.” —Charlie Engle, bestselling author of Running Man
"Catra has been a huge inspiration to me to push my own limits and enjoy the process. She’s a living rainbow, full of life and color. Her passion and love for running, others, and her dear dog TruMan shines through every day. She shows us what’s possible with a strong will and a heart of gold! I thank her for sharing her life and journey with us and being an exemplary role model. She epitomizes perseverance and is the one-of-a-kind Dirt Diva." —Camille Heron

"[Catra] she bares her soul to the reader. She allows us an inside look at the struggles she had not only with addiction but with loss of life and love. Her story is truly gripping." -Vegan Cable Guy


Catra Corbett, a former meth addict, is now the first American woman to run one hundred miles or more than one hundred occasions and holds the fastest known time for the John Muir trail of 425 miles, completing it in twelve days, four hours, and fifty-seven minutes. Her story has been covered in SBNation, ESPN W, HBO's Real Sport with Bryant Gumble, Runner's World, Fit and Feminist, the San Francisco Chronicle, and other outlets. She lives with her trail-running dachshund, TruMan, in Fremont, California. - Dan England is a writer and features editor for the Greeley Tribune. He lives and works in Greeley, Colorado.