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125 YEARS OF EVOLUTION OF THE MEN´S MARATHON INTERNATIONAL SCENE

The marathon as such was brought back to life in the first Olympics of modern times, in Athens 1896. On April 10 Spiridon Louis won for Greece the first Olympic… Read more »

SEX-SPECIFIC RUNNING INJURIES

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Photo by Quino Al (Unsplash) Running, as sports in general, is associated with many benefits for prevention and rehabilitation of health issues, although it also carries an injury risk. Among… Read more »

ENERGY COST OF THE GALLOWAY (RUN:WALK) MARATHON PACING METHOD

Photo by Pasja100 (Pixabay) The pacing strategy alternating periods of walking and running is known as the Galloway Method, after Jeff Galloway, the former US Olympic runner who popularized it…. Read more »

VITAMINS C AND E ON EXERCISE PERFORMANCE

Photo by Massimo Sartirana (Pixabay) According to the American College of Sports Medicine up to 50% of athletes use nutritional supplements. Among the most popular supplements nowadays are antioxidants, used… Read more »

WOMEN IN ULTRA-ENDURANCE SPORTS: CLOSING THE GAP WITH THE MEN?

Photo by Quino AI (Unsplash) During the 1990s some studies calculated that women would overtake men performance in the marathon event, because of their steeper increase in running velocity over… Read more »

MARATHON OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS (XXX) – Athens 2004: MIZUKI NOGUCHI (1978-)

Mizuki Noguchi winning the 2004 Olympic marathon “I want to keep running until my legs break down for good.” Mizuki Noguchi The 2004 Summer Olympics saw the Olympic Games go… Read more »