Haile Satayin is the first to admit it: His job hurts. The constant battering of knees and compressing of joints during 26 grueling miles is torturous. It's much worse when you're pushing 50, he jokes.
He and his entourage of two had trotted up a sandy path in the only park in this working-class town in central Israel. Their morning training session was over and we talked under a canopy of eucalyptus. Satayin and his cohorts stretched and I talked.
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