Miami Marathon asks runners to take proper precaution

As Life Time Miami Marathon as well as Half Marathon dragged down on a capacity field on Friday, with 800 of twenty five thousand places still vacant when the day started, athletes and organizers got ready for a real hot but well timed day of running.

Almost all people who prepares for a 26.2 mile run by foot through Miami Beach and Miami ; or even half of that distance; knows that hydrating fully, getting substantial rest and downing carbohydrates are required to get through the run with as less suffering as possible.

Frankie Ruiz, the chief running officer for the Miami Marathon, stated that they were hovering at one of the warmer races, definitely. He advised to be aware and adjust pace and prepare accordingly. You know your body and what you are capable of. You respect the distance, so respect the weather as well.

The event would start with a wheelchair race at 6:05 am in front of AmericanAirlines Arena and it is subject to start in the midst of temperatures in low seventies that rise to close to 80 when it is noon. It is expected that the humidity would start at around ninety percent and fall to around seventy three percent by noon. It would partly clouded, but there would be no rain.

Bryan Sharkey, a talented local racer, ran for Gulliver Prep and Princeton after that, and he still ses himself fighting the elements.


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