“Second Wind: The Rise of the Ageless Athlete” is a new book about Masters athletes. It’s written by Lee Berquist, a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and it’s published by Human Kinetics. I saw the book last year, and they asked me to write a blurb, which I did gladly. Anything to support the cause of Masters athletics. The book won’t be available until June, but we do know that among the athletes profiles is Randy Van Zee, a cyclist who held down a full-time job and rode more than 1,000 miles a week to train for the Race Across America. After completing the race, it took his body seven months to heal. That’s some serious cycling.