Joe Dial will be having a book signing of “The Sky’s the Limit – The Joe Dial Story” at Marlow’s annual 4th of July celebration. He will be at a booth in Redbud Park during the day. Please plan to stop by and say hi and visit with the former World and American Record holder in the pole vault. Hope many of his fans and neighbors can stop by. He also is planning to participate in the big 4th of July parade earlier on the 4th. See you there!
The Track and Field Writers of America recently announced their list of Best Book Selections for 2018. Included on the list is “The Sky’s the Limit – The Joe Dial Story.”
The list consists of the top 15 books on track and field published in 2018. Also included on the list are: “University of Nike”, the story of the University of Oregon’s relationship to one of it most famous graduates, Phil Knight, and Knight’s company; and “The Wizard of Foz: Dick Fosbury’s One-Man High-Jump Revolution,” by Bob Welch and Dick Fosbury.
The 15 nominees will be narrowed down to five finalists on April 15 and the winner will be announced on June 7 at the NCAA Track & Field Championships to held in Austin, texas.
“The Sky’s the Limit- The Joe Dial Story” recently received a nice review from Digital Journal. Here it is:
“Without giving too much away, this is a book that every sports fan should read, especially those that enjoy athletics and the track and field events.”
Overall, Joe Dial’s life story and accomplishments are an inspiration to us all. His book, The Sky’s the Limit: The Joe Dial Story, is absolutely brilliant and easy to read. He takes his readers on a journey with him. It is honest, compelling and a must read for any fans of track and field, especially pole vault athletes. This amazing book garners an A rating.
Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/sports/review-pole-vaulter-joe-dial-brilliant-on-new-book-the-sky-s-the-limit/article/535622#ixzz5W8LKK3Mi
The Sky’s the Limit – The Joe Dial Story is now available at the Full Circle Bookstore in Oklahoma City. The bookstore is located at 1900 NW Expressway in Oklahoma City.
Be sure and check out this neat and unique bookstore. https://fullcirclebooks.com/
The book is also available at Best of Books in Edmond, Oklahoma. It is located at 1313 East Danforth Road in Edmond. The book is also available in the Oklahoma Historical Society Bookstore located at 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive in Oklahoma City, close to the state capital.