Reece Whitley A Tall Talent Told In 2016 Fine Words From Karen Crouse In the NYT

Reece Whitley, making heading in the New York Times today - w-ragout from the NYT website

There’s a lot written on swimming in the USA but relatively little of it makes a lasting impression. Karen Crouse’s pieces always do. With her latest focus on swimming, she delivers a gem. In an era when we’re constantly told the readership is as thick as two short planks, can’t work out what the term taper means and finds 300 words a stretch of concentration too far, heartening to read a suitably horological 2016 words of fine writing on swimming in the New York Times.

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There’s a lot written on swimming in the USA but relatively little of it makes a lasting impression. Karen Crouse’s pieces always do. With her latest focus on swimming, she delivers a gem. In an era when we’re constantly told the readership is as thick as two short planks, can’t work out what the term taper means and finds 300 words a stretch of concentration too far, heartening to read a suitably horological 2016 words of fine writing on swimming in the New York Times.

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