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Even in middle age, your best running days may still be ahead of you
Mar 8, 2017 - Washington Post Blogs

Elite road racers make running look effortless. While most of us appear to be in pain, their cadence and form belie any of that misery. But there's good news, middle-of-the-pack runners, because we may have the last laugh: New research shows that while elite runners peak at age 35, the rest of us may not peak until we're 50.

These are the results of a new study that examined 16 years of data from the Chicago, New York and Boston marathons. Researchers set out to determine the age at which

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