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How Shalane Flanagan Overcame Setbacks And Won The NYC Marathon


Shalane Flanagan: A professional runner is a lifestyle. It’s not your typical 9-5 job. I am “working” seven days a week and making daily decisions that allow me to prepare and recover from my training. A typical day starts at 6 a.m., eat breakfast, run 80 minutes, gym and core work, lunch, nap for an hour, therapy session, then an evening run of 30-60 minutes, dinner and to bed at 9 p.m. (Forbes)

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