How To Run The Fastest Marathon Possible, According To Science

The world’s fastest marathon was run in 2:02:57 by Dennis Kimetto in 2014. But human physiology expert Mike Joyner says that’s not even close to what is humanly possible. By examining the human threshold for oxygen uptake and lactic acid build up, the fastest marathon a human could ever run is 1:57:58.

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