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 In the Land of a Thousand Hills - Rwanda, known as the "Land of a Thousand Hills", is a fabulous place to run. The capital city of Kigali is perched 4,800 feet above sea level and is knit together by a network of well-paved roads. There are dirt paths everywhere, soft and forgiving on the knees, radiating into the surrounding countryside.
 Proteins and runners - Protein is a popular topic among both casual exercisers and competitive athletes, many of whom are confused about how much protein they need, when they should eat it, and the best kinds of protein to choose. This article answers some of the questions active people commonly ask about protein in a sports diet.
 Black Dan - Very few people know about Frank Hart who became one of the most successful black athletes the sport has ever known. Frank's real name was Fred Hichborn, but as an aspiring young professional athlete at the time, he changed his name because it had more appeal.
 Top 10 excuses for not running - Someone once said "The miracle isn't that I finished, the miracle is that I had the courage to start". From "My dog did not want to go out today" to "I could not find my running shoes" here are the top ten best (worst?) excuses to skip running.
  Bandit runner wins marathon - The Cowtown Marathon featured the gathering of thousands of registered participants Sunday on the grounds of Will Rogers Memorial Center. And two men's marathon winners because of one who was not registered. The situation with the bib in the men's race was much, if not exactly, like the storyline in 2003, when Greg Floyd won the marathon after Augustine Hernandez was disqualified for the same offense.


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