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We all know that runners can be particular about what they eat - especially on race day. Whether it’s part of the set of runners’ strange superstitions, or whether it actually does have a physiological advantage, planned pre-race meals, post workout snacks, and in between race nibbles can be the difference between a great race and an okay one.
Not in his best form? Though Usain Bolt has publicly suggested his fitness isn’t in the same record setting state as in the 08-09 seasons, his field leading first round qualifying time of 10.10 seconds hints at the contrary.
Don't forget to set your alarm to see Usain Bolt race this weekend!
What you eat before, during, and after a race can affect your performance, but there is no one perfect meal that works for everyone. It?s really important to go with what you know and not experiment with new foods the night before a race.
On September 4, 2010, the 100 most ambitious female runners in Germany took on PUMA Athlete, Sabrina Mockenhaupt (Mocki) in a spectacular race between the hare and the hedgehog. 10 relay teams of 10 women raced against Mocki over the distance of 10,000m. Mocki ran the whole 10,000m herself while each member of the relay team ran 1,000m.
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