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Liam Boylan-Pett is an associate editor at Running Times. He was a culture writer for PolicyMic, and can be found on Twitter at @liam_bp. The Bath, Mich., native was the 315th American to run a sub-four-minute mile. He lives in Clinton, N.J.

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One family has made Liechtenstein, a 38,000-person country, an Olympic skiing powerhouse

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