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 Runaway runner stopped by giant cakes of tofu - It was supposed to be a routine 10-mile point-to-point downhill training run, one that 43-year-old Sedric Sankie, who craved the fast pace, had been doing a couple times a month. His wife Julie would drive him up to the start from their home in town. Then she'd wait for him five miles down the hill where he'd stop for water and a gulp of sport drink. But this time it would be different.
 Running in Europe - Here is a collection of 66 places to run in Europe.
  Duct tape for runners - Known for its durability, strength and versatility, duct tape is reliable in rugged conditions. Whether you are running cross country or around the block, duct tape can offer quick solutions for runners in sticky situations.
 Top 10 running shoe myths - Beware of the "dumb running shoe myth" syndrome, a collection of widely held beliefs that are at best half-truths or, more often, just totally bogus notions. Not running magazines, mind you, but rather that tacky newsstand pulp with model-laden covers that boldly promise to help you look better, feel better and, of course, have a better sex life.
  How to walk on ice - Normally when we walk, our legs' ability to support our weight is split mid-stride. Walking this way on ice forces each leg to support the weight of the body at an angle that is not perpendicular to the surface of the ice, resulting in a nasty fail.


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