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The Wall Is Predictable — For Some Runners

A mathematical model is designed to help runners pace their marathons appropriately.

“Bacon Station” A Hit At Grandma’s Marathon

The crispy treat is handed out to runners near the end of the 26.2-mile race.

Local Woman Wins Hospital Hill Half Marathon

She ran unopposed the whole way.

Eating Right Before, During, And After A Race

It all comes down to glycogen depletion.

No Beginner’s Luck At The A1A Marathon

Like most marathon debutants, the winner hit "the wall" at the 20-mile mark.

Simon Bairu’s Difficult Debut

One of Canada's best distance runners hit "the wall" at mile 22 on Sunday.

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