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New Balance 1080, new numbering system

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GU Chomps new watermelon flavour

GU Chomps new watermelon flavour, launching January 2011 GU Chomps Pure Performance Energy Chews LEARN MORE: + INGREDIENTS & BENEFITS + FLAVORS & NUTRITION + USAGE INSTRUCTIONS + COMPARISON DATA + FAQs GU Chomps offer a change of pace from gels and an answer to that moment in your run, ride, ski, swim, hikeā€¦. when you just gotta have something to chomp on. GU Chomps deliver the premium ingredients and performance benefits you’ve come to […]

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Suunto t6d Black Flame

Suunto t6d Black Flame To mark its co-operation with the ITU (International Triathlon Union), Suunto has introduced its Winning Triathlon Moves special collection including the t6d Black Flame heart rate monitor. The device includes the tried and tested features of its forerunners but now comes with the improved Dual Comfort Belt which monitors heart rate and calories burned and is compatible with most gym cardio equipment. The t6d measures the time interval between heartbeats to […]

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INOV-8 Roclite 285

INOV-8 Roclite 285 INOV-8 dub this all-terrain racing flat as the Ferrari of their trail running range. It’s all about speed with the Roclite 285, which has been upgraded with a sticky rubber sole, light upper, 2 Arrow Shoc-Zone and a TPU lacing system with polymer upper supports which cradle the foot more evenly. The sole has been developed using climbing rubber technology which optimises grip in wet conditions. The trade-off is it wears down […]

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Pricey perspective: are AR entry fees realistic?

Pricey perspective: entry fees Shelling out cold, hard-earned cash to participate in events is a fact of event participation. It is also a factor that limits participation because the entry fee is only part of the equation – there’s travel, food and accommodation to add on top of this.

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