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The Boston Marathon Was Hot; Here Are 7 Tips For Running In The Heat

Tens of thousands of runners were present at the starting line of today's Boston Marathon, despite temperatures in the high 80s. But as many as 4,300 registered racers dropped out following warnings from officials that, for those who weren't used to running in the heat, the lengthy race could be excessively dangerous. Which doesn't mean it's not possible to run safely when the mercury rises--it just takes a little extra caution (and maybe a shorter distance).
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