In Inside the Mind of an Ultra-Marathon Runner, Terence Chiew recounts days when he started off merely wanting to pass his fitness physical tests in school, to how he eventually moved on to complete half marathons, marathons, biathlons, triathlons, Ironman and finally a 333 kilometres trail race across the Sahara desert. In this book, Terence reveals how he pulled off these seemingly insurmountable challenges and defied all mental and physical limitations to cross the finishing line and beyond. He shares strategies, practical advice, insights, and most importantly, life anecdotes, as he made change happen and ultimately, altering his destiny. This is a running book that is not just about running, but a story about overcoming the odds and discovery of self.
Currently, Terence is the Singapore Book of Records’ holder for the longest single stage race completed by a Singaporean.