The Good Traveler’s Gut

bike mechanical failure or death by mass swim start are real race-day concerns, but many triathletes confess fears akin to a missed PR on account of time spent in a Porta-Potty sidelined with digestive woes. The potential for gastrointestinal distress at a destination race is even more worrisome, given the physical jostling, high stress, lack of sleep, and unfamiliar foods that come with

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