Science FTW - http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/play/snake-oil-supplements/
Also, wash your hands.
There's some interesting stuff on PubMed about this.
This study has some stats - Cardiac arrest during long-distance running races
Cardiac arrest rate is 0.54 per 100,000 participants.
Male marathon runners are at most risk.
Of the 59 cases of cardiac arrest, 42 (71%) were fatal.
The Bath Beat is 26.5 miles - http://www.thebathbeat.co.uk
Can't really see the Yes campaign winning this. If you disagree, get down the bookies and make a killing:
Couldn't care less if a race doesn't have a UKA license, so long as it's well organised.
Many of my race results don't appear on Run Britain, that just makes me less inclined to use Run Britain.
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