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The Secret to Running: Not Running

September 19, 2012

By Scott Cacciola, The Wall Street Journal

After Bernard Lagat competes Saturday in the Fifth Avenue Mile, he plans to do something that would feel completely foreign to many elite runners: He will toss his sneakers in a closet and pig out for the next five weeks. No running. No sit-ups. No...

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Alan Webb’s Race Against Time

June 26, 2012

Alan Webb, who broke the four-minute-mile barrier in high school, failed to qualify for this year’s Olympics.

By Scott Cacciola, The Wall Street Journal

Alan Webb caught himself looking at a list not long ago. It was a list of Americans who had run four-minute miles, and he noticed that it...

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