#1 McFadden hasnt lost any of those von love520 13.08.2019 08:02

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By now, her backstory is familiar: She was born with spina bifida in the Soviet Union, spent six years in an orphanage where she learned to walk on her hands, was adopted by an American, emigrated, and worked her way to the top of the world in wheelchair racing.In September, two days after her last race in Rio (where she won 6 of her now-16 Paralympic track medals), she shared seven things you may not realize about push-rim marathon racing.I wear 3-D printed gloves.We wear gloves when we race, and the style has changed so much over the years. Now theres 3-D printing, and in Rio I had 3-D printed gloves. You make a mold of your hand. They scan it, make a file, and print gloves out of plastic (with rubber over the plastic where you push). Its really nice because if you lose one, you can just print another pair.I fix my own flats.Ive had flats several times during a marathon. I always keep spare tubes in a little pouch tied to the front of my frame, where the front fork is. You have to stay really relaxed the whole time, because if you can get it changed quick enough you can bounce back, depending on what kind of course it is. I had a flat at the London Paralympics. I fixed the first tire, jumped back in the race, and caught up with the group. Then, sadly, I had another flat and I finished the race second-to-last.Youre allowed to get help; they just cant push you forward.I drink water on the go.I tie a CamelBak to the back of my frame because we dont stop for water. The tubing can be threaded underneath our chairs, between our feet and all the way up so I can just drink from the straw.ddddddddddddMy hardest -- and favorite -- marathon is NYC.I think New York is the hardest [compared to Boston, London, and Chicago] because it has the most climbs and the steepest climbs. But New Yorks also my favorite of those because I love to climb.I do some major mileage.We train anywhere from 2 to 4 hours a day. We do well over 100 miles in a week. Some days well do 30 miles in one day. We can get those 30 miles in different ways: through the morning workout versus the afternoon workout. Its different depending on what training cycle were in. We do taper, a week before the marathon.I used to be fueled by peanut butter fluffIn the past seven years since I started marathon racing, everything for me has changed, actually. Eating habits, for one. I started racing in high school and I would eat peanut butter and [marshmallow] fluff sandwiches or something crazy - not the best lunches for an athlete. I learned so much about food. Im eating much more vegetables now. Im taking proper care of my body more.Im really a sprinter.I race everything from 100 meters and up. My favorite distance? 400 and 800. I like the marathons -- but I love the 4 and the 8. Why? Theyre long enough, but also short enough. My first Paralympic track medals were in sprints: In Athens, in 2004, I got silver in the 100 and bronze in 200. In Beijing, I did 100, 200, 400, 800 -- so still sprinting. It was not til I got to college in 2009, where I really became involved with the [marathon] distance. But Im definitely a sprinter, still. Ive always had those fast-twitch muscles. ' ' '

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