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Women’s Health and Endurance Running

Women face unique challenges in endurance running and we’ve collected the information below to help you out.

For two excellent background articles on women and endurance running, check out Female Physiology in Endurance Running by Tracy Høeg, MD, PhD and Unlocking Female Performance in Ultramarathons by Corrine Malcolm.

Three article that address more specific aspects health are:

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