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How Numbers Show You’re Probably Starting Your Ultramarathon Too Fast

How to Be a Scientist

It’s a well-accepted approach in sports that the fastest way to a finish line is with negative splits—i.e. to get faster as the race progresses. In the ultrarunning community, this approach more resembles a sacred mantra than a mere guideline.

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One comment on “How Numbers Show You’re Probably Starting Your Ultramarathon Too Fast

  1. wpvandieu
    July 27, 2014

    I did a similar analysis of the top 25 finishers from LeMans 2012 & 2013. Will share the results when I get some time. Very interesting stuff.

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