Pedestrianism | KCET
Today football and baseball pack them in... but back in the 1800s watching people walk was America's favorite spectator sport. Best-selling author Matthew Algeo takes us on a journey back in time to when hundreds of thousands cheered on the next Pedestrian Champion of the World!
Music: "Love Gun Shy (Instr.)" by Matt Van Winkle Band, "Gimme the Money Honey" by RT n' the 44s
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