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  Marathon runner rides bus to third place - A British runner was stripped of his third-place marathon medal when it was discovered that he got an "unfare" advantage from a tourist bus. Cairns, a police officer, was awarded the third-place medal after the runner's disqualification.
 The Flying Scotsman - Once in a while in the world of sport, someone really special turns up. One such person was a professional Scottish pedestrian called George D. Cameron. In his formative years as an up-and-coming "pro", Cameron proved himself as a handy runner at shorter distances. But it wasn't till the early part of 1880 when his long-distance career really started to take off.
 Undesired sideliners: Side stitches and diarrhea - An estimated 30% to 50% of distance runners experience exercise-related intestinal problems, with women experiencing more problems than do men. If you are among the many active people who fear side stitches, loose stools, and gastrointestinal distress, keep reading. The goal of this article is to offer some information and advice that can help you manage, if not reduce, your transit troubles.
 The world's greatest walker - There was a time in the Victorian era when long distance races were staged in front of paying crowds of tens of thousands of people. That was when "professional pedestrianism" was in its heyday. And the greatest walker of that heyday certainly the most flamboyant was an American called Edward Payson Weston.
 Mallwalking tips - When walking in a mall, you can never have the heat, rain, snow or the wind as an excuse for not exercising. You have a perfect climate all year through. Plus malls are safe, clean and pollution-free. And, unlike gyms, the malls won't charge you for walking.


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