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2013-08-30 11:38 AM
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Good article

“Sports don’t build character, they reveal it.”
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General Discussion Triathlon Talk » Why Ultra Runners are Badasses :) Rss Feed  

Why so much hate for Ultra runners?

Started by chicagosurfer
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2011-04-12 10:22 AM zionvier

Ragnar Relay Ultra...need a runner!

Started by swishyskirt
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2010-05-10 6:43 PM morey000

Ultra runner needs INSPIRES!!!

Started by tribullbutter
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2010-03-13 11:13 PM tribullbutter

Ultra runner saves mother, children

Started by davealt
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2009-04-05 2:56 PM trishie

A chance to help an ultra-runner on his journey across the US

Started by fitphd
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2008-08-28 6:22 PM zipp1
date : March 15, 2013
author : writingrunner
comments : 1
The science behind the reasons that triathlons make us feel so good.
date : May 5, 2008
author : TriPainter
comments : 1
I went into the pool area (as this was a pool swim) and got body marked. That's when it hit me that I was there to race - this was not a clinic.
date : September 24, 2007
author : mrakes1
comments : 0
Discussions on salt tablets, AM workout nutrition, coffee, post workout nutrition, whey powder, recovery nutrition, losing weight, Recoverite usage, the necessity of sugars and snack ideas.
date : October 30, 2005
author : chrisandniki
comments : 1
Running doesn’t cause injuries – runners do. Nine out of ten times, running injuries occur because you’re overdoing something. You’re running too far, too fast, or too much.
date : October 2, 2005
author : ChiRunning
comments : 0
In order to improve your running efficiency and enjoy that last leg of every race, there are three important “rules of the road” to follow.
date : July 31, 2005
author : smeeko
comments : 0
No matter what technique you use, running still remains a sport that requires “pain and suffering.” Technique-only training will not make you a fast runner if you don’t practice to be one.
date : July 31, 2005
author : Michael Silva
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I’m a 240lb man, and I run relatively long distances. How would you recommend training for marathon and IM distances as heavy as I am?
date : September 10, 2004
author : steve
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The reason that I wanted to complete a triathlon is because I was watching one on TV and said to myself, "I'll bet I can do one of those".