Picking a "best" marathon can be like finding a good piece of chocolate in a sampler box of candies: You either dive in - and conceivably pay the cost for it or you depend on the advice of another person who has eaten a piece previously (or for this situation,
The 2017 BMW Dallas Marathon had an unpredictable ending in the women's' division. Chandler Self won with a timing of 2:53:58 - yet not without the assistance of 17-year-old Ariana Luterman. Ariana Luterman, a high school sprinter at GreenHill Academy, help Chandler to her feet a few times over the last
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Gopi Thonakal created a history by becoming the Indian man to win Asian Marathon Championship. He achieved the feat in 16th edition of the esteemed occasion held at Dongguan in China. He clocked 2:15:48 seconds to secure the gold. Andrey Petrov of Uzbekistan packed away the silver with a planning of 2:15:51 seconds, while Byambalev
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has called for the cancellation of the ‘Airtel Delhi Half Marathon’, to be held on November 19 at 7 a.m., in view of the alarmingly high levels of air pollution in Delhi. IMA President, Dr KK Aggarwal wrote in the letter - "The air quality is particularly poor in the early
Follow these time-tested principles to get to the starting line feeling healthy and strong: Know your limits: Action Plan - Be the Tortoise, not the Hare. Increase your weekly and monthly running totals gradually, as dictated by the plan. But if that’s too aggressive for you, you may need to add more
Everything you need to know to get to the start and finish lines feeling fit and ready to run your best. 1. BUILD SLOWLY The training plan gradually builds weekly mileage and the distance of the long runs.This slow-but-steady buildup allows you to get stronger and go longer, without getting hurt or burned out.