Eat, drink and finish strong
You train for 5 months for the big day. You've done 23 long runs, worn out the inside lane on your local track, spent a small fortune on massage and new shoes. You are the fittest that you have ever been. The gun fires and you feel great. You are on personal best pace for 18 miles. Then something starts to go wrong. You feel progressively more sluggish. By 22 miles, you've slowed down to the old familiar death trot. Guess you need to train harder next time....
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