Quote Of The Day
“Marathon training’s biggest hurdle has been staying injury free. There are more days I wake up and limp than days I wake up and feel good. My longest run pre-marathon training was 16 miles, and now I’m running over 18 every long run.”
– Olympic triathlon champion turned distance runner, Gwen Jorgensen, talking about the hardest part of switching from triathlon to marathon training.
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