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How to go downhill—fast—without trashing your quads and calves

The real heartbreak in the Boston Marathon isn’t the famous climb in the 21st mile. It’s the steady opening downhill, which lures runners into a flying start that can wreak havoc on their legs. The problem exists no matter how long

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