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The world’s fastest old man is 71, holds two world records and is aiming for a third

Plenty of people, even when they are at their fastest, never come close to running 400 meters in less than a minute. Allie has been breaking one minute since he was a child and is still doing it.

Running can help you improve your bone health

Human beings need to exercise moderately to maintain bone health. However, those at risk of weaker bones need to take up running rather than non-weight bearing activities like cycling or swimming.

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'Jogging without prior exercise damages knees'

Jogging without any proper prior exercise damage the knee joints, said joint replacement experts.

Advice from the world’s oldest marathoner on eating well and living long

Fauja Singh, 104, on greed, pinni and McDonald’s milkshakes.

4 marathon running tips no one will tell you about

Runners make the biggest mistake of clocking most miles, but the quality of running is poor. Which is why they don't see results.

The core to strengthening your running routine

There are many things to keep in mind when you’re preparing to run on a regular basis. This can be just an intensified version of your morning or evening run, or the aspiration to hit the marathon circles, either way, it’s important to keep yourself fit and inculcate a basic fitness regime so that you’re […]

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Spoonful of sugar before long running kills fatigue

According to researchers, stirring in table sugar from the baking cupboard into a water bottle before a big physical event could be the difference between success and failure.

Get, set, go: Running the smart way

Whether you're a serial marathon runner, you've just taken up running or are thinking about it, there are some basic warm-up exercises and check-list you should keep in mind to stay injury-free.

7 key running advice to help you run your best

Whether you’re starting new or already a runner, these handy tips will help you separate fact from fiction.

Run to stay young

Study finds that running is more effective than walking in reversing aging

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