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One of the best things about running is how accessible it is. You don’t need to spend much money. There’s no need for specialty equipment. And you don’t have to memorize hundreds of rules, each of which has dozens of exceptions.
That doesn’t mean it’s a lawless sport. In fact, there are some running rules you should follow to make sure you’re staying safe and being courteous. We’ll start with the running etiquette basics, then move on to some specific circumstances.
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Did you know you’re 12% more likely to run a marathon at a milestone age? In this guest article, researchers focus on the age distribution of marathon finishers and the patterns in the participants’ age. They analyzed 2,340,118 results of marathon finishers from 148 races. They also interviewed 7 experts and asked for their observations and explanation of the visible trends.
Congratulations! You’re probably reading this because you’ve run a few different race distances and are ready to tackle the 13.1-mile distance. Even if you have completed double-digit distances in the past (say, 10-milers), the extra 3.1 miles of a half marathon can be a completely different ball game. Here’s a short guide on how to train and run your first half marathon race.
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