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Friday, July 06, 2007

A comprehensive running link

A while back, we did an analysis of the African and American marathon performances, and asked whether the Africans were really 'unbeatable'?

While looking up some of the info for that post, I (Jonathan) came across Jim2's Running page - think running encyclopedia meets chat forum, and you'd have a description of this blog.

He covers every topic from General training, specifics of biomechanics, walking, marathon running, running surfaces - you name it.

So check out Jim2's Running page for some comprehensive running information.

Jonathan and Ross


Amy said...

Thanks for sharing the jim2 link - I enjoyed it as well as your site.