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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Today's Digest:
1. Secret support: did prescription bras help Lionesses to Euro 2022 glory? 
2. Asics Novablast 3 Review: Watch the Throne
3. Can (and Should) Women Carb Load?
4. The Beginner’s Guide to Running Faster
5. Olympic Hurdler Dalilah Muhammad on Track Shoe Technology, Frequency of World Records for 400-Meter Hurdles
6. Tour de France Femmes proves TV hit as viewing figures released
7. I Stopped Running During Pregnancy—Then I Watched Mothers Compete at the World Championships
8. Ask a cycling coach: ‘Why do I always get out of breath before my legs are tired?’
9. 6 Signs Your Protein Intake Is Too Low
10. Drafting Isn’t Just for Elite Marathoners 
11. How I learnt that fitness is a feminist issue 
12. Training alone or training with others - which is best?
13. Heat chambers, thermometer pills and chocolate milk: How Phil Sesemann prepared for hot Munich marathon
14. High-Fat Diets Still Don’t Boost Endurance 
15. Facts and fallacies in the trans athlete debate, a conversation with Dr Emma Hilton

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