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Photo of the Week: The Leading Pack

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Notice the difference between form and attire for the leaders versus the ones on the other side of the road? Does what you wear make a difference in your performance?

Thanks go to Wit, for this photo, which is part of his Oxford set on Flickr. Wit shared his photo with the Complete Running Network Community Photos on Flickr. You too can be discovered by sharing your photos on our Flickr site.

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For several years the only running I did was to run the annual 10k race in the spring. I got my best time when I ran hungover on only a few hours sleep. Finally one year I decided maybe I should really pick up running again on a regular basis and attended a running clinic. After finishing the 10k that year I continued to train and ran my first half marathon. That was in 2002. Later in 2002 I moved to Calgary where my running friends nick-named me Pink Lady, Pinko, Pinky and finally Pink Chick simply because I almost always wore pink when I ran. Truth be known I wear it almost all the time. I ran, well mostly walked, my first marathon in 2003. Since then I've run a ton of shorter 5/10k races, 9 half marathons and I added a second marathon in 2007 when I ran the San Diego RnR Marathon. Today I still run. I'm slow but I'm still out there and lovin' it. Someday I hope to join the Triathlon world.



2 Comments
  1. kch on June 10th at 6:25 pm

    It does make a difference – you’re going to be a lot more comfortable in something that wicks rather than cotton – which means you’re bound to run at least a little bit better.

    kch’s last blog post..Does Commuting on a Bike Count as Cross Training?

  2. RunColo on June 19th at 7:50 am

    At the margin it makes little difference. I guarantee you could have those runners switch outfits and the results would be the same. Thus, attire is correlated but it does mean causation.

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