Sports medicine & Kinesiology

Marathoners, take your marks... and fluid and salt!

Legend states that after the Greek army defeated the invading Persian forces near the city of Marathon in 490 B.C.E., the courier Pheidippides ran to Athens to report the victory and then immediately dropped dead. The story—and ...

Cardiology

Is long-distance running good for the heart?

As you can tell by all those 26.2-mile bumper stickers popping up around the country, the popularity of marathons and long-distance running continues to grow. But so has the number of studies examining whether consistent ...

Health

Stopwatch set for milestone marathon in 2032

By estimating a statistical model for male and female marathon world record progressions, Dr. Angus also found that 1:58.05 is likely the fastest time that any living human being will be able to run this distance.

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