The Tely 10 – A History of Newfoundland’s Premier Road Race 1922-2000

Author: Joe Ryan
Genre: Non-Fiction
Dimensions: 12 × 8 × 2 in
Weight: 1 kg
Published: June 12, 2002
ISBN: 1-55081-191-6
EAN: 978-1-55081-191-9

First run in 1922, The Telegram 10 mile road race initiated by The Evening Telegram has become Newfoundland’s most popular long-distance road race.


“Joe Ryan’s enthusiasm for the Tely 10 shines through in this history of one of Newfoundland’s premier sporting events. Classic Tely champions like Pat Kelly, George Hillier, Paul McCloy and Nicola Will all take a bow in a book bursting with running personalities and race anecdotes.”

– Bretton Loney, managing editor of The Telegram.

“Spirited, concise, alive with vivid descriptions. The ultimate Tely 10 reference book which chronicles the many individual stories of this popular race.”

– Mike Boyle, long-time Tely 10 participant and former Race Director.

“…an outstanding contribution to the road-running community in Newfoundland.”

– George Stanoev, Technical Director NLAA

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