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Nick Willis Wins 5th Avenue Mile

By Rich Sands, @sands (c) 2017 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved NEW YORK (10-Sep) — Experience counts on 5th Avenue. Jenny Simpson and Nick Willis proved that here today with emphatic wins down the famed New York City boulevard. Simpson scored a record sixth title at the New Balance 5th Avenue Mile shortly after… Keep Reading

Women’s Health Magazine Trained With The Australian Olympic Rugby Team And This Is What Happened

As WH Editor Jacqui Mooney and I are driving to the Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation in Narrabeen, where the Aussie 7s train every day, regret starts to kick in. Why on earth did we agree to take part in the training of the Olympic-gold-medal-winning women’s Rugby 7s? It doesn’t help that yesterday we… Keep Reading

Magnesium and Muscle Cramps

Anyone who has suffered from a muscle cramp during or after exercise understands that it’s definitely something worth trying to avoid. For those who have been lucky enough to evade them, a muscle cramp is a sudden, involuntary, painful contraction of a muscle. These symptoms generally ease off within seconds to minutes but are often… Keep Reading

ATHLETES/BLOGS/RUNNING

WATCH: Hydration For Runners

About Elizabeth An NCAA Division 1 distance swimmer and water polo player, Elizabeth transitioned into triathlon after college and is a multiple podium finisher at the Olympic and 70.3 race distance and a USAT National Qualifier at the Olympic distance. Elizabeth has an undergraduate degree in Humanities from UCSB, an MA Education in Health Sciences… Keep Reading

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