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Triathlons More Risky Than Marathons

Swim-Bike-Run Events Carry Twice the Risk of Sudden Death

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March 31, 2009 (Orlando) -- Ironmen, beware: Triathlons can be downright deadly.

Participants in the swim-bike-run competitions face twice the risk of sudden death as marathoners, according to the first study to look at the issue.

The most risky leg of the events is the swimming...

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In 1949, 13 cardiologists, led by Franz Groedel, MD, MACC and Bruno Kisch, MD, MACC, founded the American College of Cardiology during what is often called "The Golden Age of Cardiology." In his book "American Cardiology: The History of a Specialty and Its College," Bruce Fye, MD, MACC, details how in the period following World War II, factors like the increasing prevalence of...

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