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The Marathon Monks: Stretching the Limits of Human Endurance
There are no running events in the Winter Olympics, currently being staged in Nagano, Japan. One of the most talked about features by CBS however, was the ten-minute piece delivered by Charles Osgood on the &quot;marathon monks,&quot; a group of Buddhists who push the limits of human endurance in search of a higher plane of spirituality.

The Olander Park 24 Hour: Proving It All Night Long
O.k. let's get this disclaimer out of the way right from the start: It's really not smart, sensible, or good for one's health to undertake a 24-hour run. Why, think of all of the other things you could be doing between noon on a fall Saturday and noon on a fall Sunday. You may not have even known they held 24-hour races. Who would run them?

Scientific or Emotional - What Kind of Runner Are You?
In this, the late 20th century, most all of the mysteries regarding how to train for and run your best race have been unearthed. By following a scientific approach and running even splits, you will be able to achieve an optimal performance. If that is the case, why is it that so few of us actually execute such a strategy?

What's Hapenning in the World of Triathlon? An Interview With Race Promoter Rich Havens
To find out what is happening in the world of triathlon, we recently talked with<b> Rich Havens</b>, head of <b>Time-Out Productions</b>, a firm that produces seven races in the Triathlon Tour of New England.

Can't We All Just Get Along?
Can't we all just get along? That seems to be the question posed by Martin Loring in his recent post to the Cool Running Forum. Loring asks &quot; Who thinks that there are two classes of athletes, the 'members' (serious runners) and the 'non-members' ? According to the responses to his post, there are more than a few runners out there who feel that is most definitely the case. Is it really that way? Is running really an elitist sport? If so, does it have to be that way?

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