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there are no words. andrew starykowicz's UAE horror story from the abu dhabi tri

LOVE: jesse thomas' "bieber zombie mode" at rev3 quassy

kelly williamson on toughing out a rough day at quassy

lastly, quassy from a different perspective: run course lead biker

gem: "pace bunnies"

a day in the life of rinny: part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4

in memory of freeskier sarah burke: the light that will not go out

"the best job": love this mom-focused, olympic-themed P&G commercial

jordan rapp, eloquent as ever

twenty rules of life and triathlon

cool youtube channel by pair of extreme runners

fantastic feature on simon whitfield

another horrible running tragedy- prayers for the family and how to stay safe out there

slate on long-distance running

infographic: TDF doping matrix

that's bananas: bananas > gatorade

crotchfest 2012: HILARIOUS but PSA: do not eat and read this one

high dive: beautiful photography

random but: the lost tributes of the hunger games

the story of sam wiggins, rescued pup

physiology vs psychology in the effects of hot temps

olympic outfits (GBR is my fave of the group)

improving long course bike speed

hilarious craigslist add for used yoga mat

swim strokes: paddle vs. propeller

"I've had to learn through experiences not to be afraid to fail. you don't know what the future holds for you. You can hope your dreams come true, but you have to be fearless. I don't want to look back and think, What if?" - Nastia Lukin

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lauren fleshman: what's harder than winning a championship? defending it.

...and jesse thomas' race report on defending wildflower

how exercise can prime the brain for addiction

day in the life of mirinda carfrae: pt I and pt II

the perfect OWS draft position

train low, compete high (ironically, via powerbar's blog)

coming to DC: Nike women's half-marathon (sign me up!)

hey girl... nice work on those negative splits.

believe in transformation (AMAZING: power of yoga)

break out the skis: warren miller's flow state

training weight versus race weight

how creativity works

old but good: one touch runner at 08 penn relays

You're running on guts. On fumes. Your muscles twitch. You throw up. You're delirious. But you keep running because there's no way out of this hell you're in, because there's no way you're not crossing the finish line. It's a misery that non-runners don't understand. - Martine Costello

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the good side of quantifying everything

macca will not "read inappropriate material during class"

you make me smile on sundays #bikelove

Boston deferment & triathlon elitism

quick chat with garmin extreme ambassadors

staying on top of daily hydration

keeping healthy on the road

the heat at boston

polar bear for a lane mate?

excellent norseman race report (few pages in)

julie dibens on recovery (and her aero crutches)

homemade ice cream (yes please!)

scott jurek and cookie monster at TEDMED

microchipped pills for data tracking

set your priorities (the rest is just sand)

NYT Health asks does exercise make you overeat?

the new medical specialist: the "networkologist"

video: debate on barefoot running

"If you can make your heart and nerve and sinew serve your turn long after they are done, and so hold on when there is nothing in you, expect the will that says to them 'hold on.'" -Rudyard Kipling

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nike free's "i would run to you" commercial

runtastic's pro cycling app currently free on itunes

ballet dancers in slow motion

moving short film "why i run"

good NYT cycling piece, even better corrections

on embracing the elements

a little late but still relevant: off-season focus

the "wetsuit effect" - a cute (and informative!) study

outside mag's "commute this way"

love this: "a dog's purpose"

secret life of swimmers

navy SEAL-style training for residents and med school students?

joe friel: becoming a better fat-burner

"my goal has always been to introduce other people to running. they might accomplish something they never thought they could." - grete waitz

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