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Addressing The Issues Of The Barefoot Running Argument

Triathlete Magazine senior tech editor Aaron Hersh points out some key oversights in a recent post on the "barefoot vs. shod running"

Solinsky Stands Out In The Crowd

The sub-27 minute man doesn’t have anything in common with his opponents. Written by: Mario Fraioli Put a random spectator in the

25 Sub-2:07 Marathons in 2009

What was once unthinkable and recently rare is now commonplace. Science of Sport website editor Ross Tucker, PhD, has written an

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