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DI track and field teams with most NCAA championships

Thirty-five schools have won at least one NCAA track and field championship, whether that be a men's or women's title or an indoor or outdoor title. From those 35, just 19 schools have won multiple NCAA track and field championships in their history. Arkansas leads all schools with 35 total championships, followed by LSU with 32 and Southern California with 30. The latter two programs added to this total with the 2021 outdoor team titles in men's and women's track and field, respectively. Here is a complete breakdown of the schools with the most NCAA track and field team championships across men's and women's track and field in both the indoor and outdoor seasons. Total Championships Here are the schools...

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How to Run Hills Properly | Six Steps to run hills better

If you're one of those runners who dreads running hills, it may be because you're not using the right hill running techniques. Follow these steps for proper hill running and you may actually look forward to inclines during your runs.   Six Steps for Hill Running Don't start thinking that you want to attack the hill. The key to running hills properly is to maintain your effort level (which translates into a slower pace on the uphill), so you don't waste energy and end up out of breath at the top of the hill (that's a common mistake among runners). As you approach an uphill, make sure you have good running form.1 Your arms should be at a 90-degree angle and should...

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Pace Converter

What this tool does: This running pace converter allows you to easily switch between miles and kilometers, both in pace per mile and distance per hour. Why use it: Because metric conversions are never easy. If you’ve run a marathon in the United States, then you likely tell everybody that you raced 26.2 miles. (With extra emphasis on that .2!) If you run a marathon with miles in mind, why do most of the shorter races get talked about in terms of kilometers, like 5K and 10K?   How to use it: Enter in a value for any of the fields and the converter will calculate all other fields for you.  

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