Dr Kamal Jabbour
Dr. Kamal Jabbour runs and writes on the hills of Pompey, New York. He started running in May 1989 following an unflattering physical examination. Inspired to race by his mentor and running partner, Kamal turned into a competitive long distance runner, a nationally-ranked indoor miler, and the organizer of two successful relay world records.
From 1997 to 2003, he wrote a weekly column on running in the Syracuse Post-Standard. He established
the Ed Stabler Syracuse Chargers National Distance Running Library. In December 1998, Kamal received Runner's World Bob Rodale Golden Shoe Award for contributions to the running community.
- "The Prophet", Gibran Kahlil Gibran
- "Once A Runner, John L. Parker, Jr.
- "Running and Being", George Sheehan
- "Failure Is Not An Option", Gene Krantz
- "War As I Knew It", George S. Patton, Jr.
- "The Measurement and Equalization of Group Delay Distortion at Audio Frequencies", Kamal Jabbour
Recently Read Books
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- "Black Swan", Nassim Taleb
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