Fact or fic­tion?

I shouldn’t walk dur­ing a race

Runner's World (UK) - - TRAINING -

FIC­TION Some run­ners find a run-walk strat­egy keeps their legs strong to the end and helps them avoid a slow­down. Some even find walk breaks help them fin­ish faster. There’s also the rule, ‘Never try any­thing new on race day’. If you don’t run con­tin­u­ously in train­ing, don’t do it in a race.

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