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  • Somewhere there's a picture

    When I was first reading around MDA, I came across a side-by-side pic of an Olympic marathoner next to an Olympic track sprinter. The difference in physiques could not have been more striking. I want to show this to some skeptical friends of mine and I can't find it. I think it was in one of Mark's postings, but I'm d@mned if I find it.
    Any help appreciated.

    Eamon

  • #2
    take your pick https://www.google.nl/search?q=sprin...w=1119&bih=633

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    • #3
      Impressive! Tells more than words! Long live the sprinters!

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      • #4
        Too bad it is not true.

        Olympic marathoners outlive sprinters by an average of about 6 years. Tour de france cyclists outlive the general poplution by about 8 years.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by twa2w View Post
          Too bad it is not true.

          Olympic marathoners outlive sprinters by an average of about 6 years. Tour de france cyclists outlive the general poplution by about 8 years.
          Does your study include Tour de France cyclists who are on steroids or steroid-free....if such a beat exists? Just wondering...
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