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50 Years of Running: Transition time

Forty years after my 1984 engagement as an essentially ‘full-time runner,’ I got interested in triathlon and started competing in Sprint and Olympic distance events. I quickly learned that the most awkward part of triathlons are the transitions, those moments … Continue reading

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How competition can lead you to your best times

By Christopher Cudworth  For 98% of the running population, the word “racing” is a misnomer for what transpires when most people show up at a running event. Racing actually involves trying to aggressively outrun another runner or a group of … Continue reading

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