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10/17/13 12:41 P

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That sounds fine. The recommendations I've seen say that you can eat a regular lunch as long as you have several hours before the race to digest it (at least 3). You don't want a lot of food sitting in your stomach at race time.

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10/17/13 11:11 A

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taking an 8:30 am train to Amsterdam ... regular breakfast of whole grain bread and café au lair. it's a 3 hour train ride, and then i need basically to get directly to the race, pick up my bib & meet Liz, -- looks like they expect the last corral to start by around 2. so what do i take on the train for my lunch. i was thinking of a spanish tortilla/omelet (eggs, potatoes & a little onion), and maybe an apple. or pasta salad/room temperature leftover pasta, or ?? uncomplicated suggestions wanted. i'm not really used to long runs in the afternoon ... (did one, and it was ok, no digestive problems).
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