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 Sugar and runners - It is no secret we have an innate preference for sweet foods, starting with all-natural breast milk. Kids, more than adults, enjoy sweetness. Hungry athletes, in particular, tend to enjoy sweet stuff, too.
 Sarajevo memoirs - Now that the airport is open, and the skies are clear of trails left by NATO jets, and there are no more gut-wrenching sonic booms, there are no excuses - come and tramp the surrounding hills of the city often called "Planet Sarajevo". The town lies some two thousand feet up, cramped between the mountains. If you want some running with a difference, then this is it.
 The first man to run 600 miles in 6 days - With his "bull dog face, short cropped hair and almost deformed stooped shoulders", George Hazael travelled all over the world in pursuit of prize money by competing against others in running races. In early 1882, Hazael did the unthinkable when he became the first man ever to make 600 miles in six consecutive days.
 Carbohydrates and runners - Carbohydrates seem to be a source of confusion for athletes and fitness exercisers alike. Due to trendy diet books, many active people do not know what to eat. They just think they should avoid pasta, bagels, juice, bananas and sugar - even if these foods are non-problematic for them.
 Why former drunks make unstoppable runners - Chronic drinkers and struggling alcoholics are already pre-programmed to chew up the pavement - even tackle a marathon. In fact, they have spent a good chunk of their bleary-eyed, morally dubious days and nights developing the perfect toolbox: single-minded focus; endurance; tolerance for mental and physical distress; prowess at spending time alone; aptitude at navigating embarrassment.


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