Prevalence of (endurance) runners at the start of running events was described using an epidemiological approach performed by the following items: nationality, age, sex, body weight, height, BMICALC. [World Health Organization (WHO)]; training behavior (weekly/daily time spend in running/day), period of time to prepare for the main running event; aim of taking part in a running race (performance vs. joyful/enjoyment approach); participation in running events, distance/s that have been successfully completed (<21 KM, HM, M, UM), number of specific distance/s completed, individual best time over HM and/or M distance/s;

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