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Media Coverage of this Article

Posted by PLOS_ONE_Group on 29 Jun 2013 at 00:50 GMT

The following articles represent some of the media coverage that has occurred for this paper:

Publication: Counsel & Heal
Title: “Running Longer Distances May Have Protective Effects, Ultra-Marathon Study”

Publication: EurekAlert press release
Title: “Sleep deprivation, pacing protect runners' muscles in 200-mile long mountain race”

Publication: Los Angeles Times Science Now
Title: “Running 100 miles? It may be easier on your body to go 200”

Publication: Medical News Today
Title: “Sleep Deprivation Protects Runners' Muscles In 200-Mile Race”

Publication: National Geographic Daily News
Title: “Runners Show Less Fatigue After 200 Miles Than 100 Miles”

Publication: NPR Shots Health Blog
Title: “Ultramarathoners: Faster, Higher, Stronger And Sleepier”

Publication: Outside
Title: “A Study Finds Longer Runs Cause Less Inflammation and Damage Than Shorter Runs”

Publication: Popular Mechanics
Title: “When Running 200 Miles Is Easier on Your Body Than Running 100”

Publication: Runner's World
Title: “Want Less Muscle Fatigue? Run 200 Miles”

Publication: Science AAAS
Title: “'Ultramarathons' Cause Less Damage Than Shorter Races”

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