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The two met in 2011. "She was perfect all the time," says Mr. Kuzu, speaking by Skype from New York. Ms. Kuzu would never have a chance to get to know Mr. Kurata if she hadn't run with him three times in one of the world's toughest competitions, the Tokyo Marathon last month.
In his new book, which is also to be published in English by Alfred A. Knopf, the German writer and a colleague of the Nobel laureate, Sebastian Junger, reveals Mr. Kurata's dark side, and says the marathon's success makes him a "sociopath."
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"She was never into politics or anything serious. That is why she wasn't successful, and that's what makes him so repulsive to me," Mr. Junger says.
As a runner, Mr. Kurata, 44, has never run on a treadmill, but in the book he recounts running more.