After hearing these fateful words, "I am sorry, but you have cancer,” young Navy officer David Glover turned to triathlon to prove to himself that although he had cancer, cancer did not have him.
In Full Time & Sub-Nine, David shares his stories about growing up, attending the Naval Academy, his battle with cancer, becoming a triathlete and the winning strategies that earned him his first four overall wins and a sub-nine hour performance at the IRONMAN® distance while working a full-time job and trying to balance his relationships and other commitments.
Whether you’re training to finish a triathlon or just looking for an inspirational story, Full Time & Sub-Nine will help you find the inspiration and passion in your own life.
“Full Time & Sub-Nine is informative, inspirational and enjoyable…Glover doesn’t lecture, he shares. Highly recommended for the triathlete who has to balance high demands and expectations with a full and responsible life.”
- Jef Mallett, Triathlete, Creator of “Frazz” comic strip
“An inspirational hero…Beating cancer and succeeding at Iron distance triathlon are incomprehensible to most, but Glover gives them down-to-earth details we can all start to understand.”
- Jedd Ferris, Senior Editor, Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine
|Publisher:||David B. Glover|
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About the Author
After hearing these fateful words, "I am sorry, but you have cancer," young Navy officer David Glover turned to triathlon to prove to himself that although he had cancer, cancer did not have him. Since his first triathlon in 1995, he's now finished 100+ races including 28 Ironman-distance events. His stories about the Navy, cancer, failed relationships and becoming an elite level triathlete are captured in his autobiographical book: "Full Time and Sub-Nine," first published in 2006 and updated in 2016. David now coaches aspiring endurance athletes, writes and trains in To-Shin Do martial arts. David is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy (with distinction) and has a Master's degrees from both Catholic University and Eastern Michigan University.