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my mileage and practised running above 14,000 feet, but still I'd limped home after aggravating an old Achilles injury. Today I was ready for a charmed third try. I was fit, healthy and confident of a top-10 finish. Maybe I'd even break three hours
10.5 per cent per decade for men and 14.8 per cent among women. But that study yielded encouraging news for runners outside of the lead pack. For the non-elites, the decline was a little lower – and began later. "For these runners, significant age
at the Institute for Physiology and Anatomy in Germany. Leyk recently examined age-related changes in marathon performance among 300,757 runners, and found that among top-10 finishers, running times slowed by about 10.5 per cent per decade for men and 14.8 per cent
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