5 ways runners can beat the heat
Katherine Hopper writes: I experienced an unfortunate case of exertional heat stroke at the 2014 Boston Marathon. After running the marathon in 3 hours and 40 minutes, five minutes off my goal time, my body temperature was 106.8 degrees when they checked it in the finish line medical tent. This body temperature could have been lethal if the medical personnel hadn’t immediately submerged me in a giant ice bath.
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