10 Best Racing Shoes Reviewed & Tested

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Racing footwear must posses attributes which will help to increase and sustain effectiveness. Check out our guide on the best racing shoes.

For racers, ideal footwear needs to be able to provide comfortable support in a lightweight, breathable package. On that is flexible and responsive enough to tackle and endure whatever the road throws at you all the way through to the end. Many companies have branched out over the years, producing footwear that meets the needs of specific activities. This includes running races.

Our Top 3 Picks
Nike Flyknit Racer
  • Nike Flyknit Racer
  • 5 out of 5
    Our rating
  • Conforming Flyknit upper
  • Price: See Here
ASICS GEL - DS Racer
  • ASICS GEL - DS Racer
  • 4 out of 5
    Our rating
  • Duomax support system
  • Price: See Here
Mizuno Wave Sayonara 3
  • Mizuno Wave Sayonara 3
  • 4 out of 5
    Our rating
  • Parallel Wave heel
  • Price: See Here

We have put together this “Top Ten” list, partly based on rankings and many positive and critical reviews from users and valid customers. So, let’s go ahead and dig right into this and take a look at what we came up with, and why.

10 Best Racing Shoes

 

1. Nike Flyknit Racer

As we have seen before, Nike’s Flyknit Racer once again takes first across the finish line. This rather simplistic yet sleek design has quite a bit going for it. There's a lot more to say about these, so open the rest of the review below and check it out.
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Comfort / Stability
Part of the Flyknit family of running shoes, the Racer also has an upper from Nike’s innovative and breathable materials which conform nicely to the wearer’s foot, providing a confident fit. This is extremely important when your goal is to win. Large, loose or clunky footwear is obviously never an ideal choice when you are going for speed and endurance. At first glance you’ll notice that these do not have reinforcing overlays around the upper. The Flyknit construction is done so there are some areas which are sparsely knit to allow airflow, and others sections which are more tightly woven to provide stronger support.

Moving down to the midsole technology, which is made with Nike’s Phylon and Lunarlon foam. This premium lightweight cushioning system provide prolonged comfort to get you through long races, as well as exceptional ground control and responsiveness. In addition to the Lunarlon, These also have something that this company has been been successfully marketing their products around for years. These have an Air Zoom unit located in the forefoot for added cushion, as well as shock absorption.

Finally we come to the shoe’s outsole, which is designed for road racing. The waffleskin material has race specific diamond patterned treads for optimum traction for competitive situations.

Durability / Quality
In all, these offer the right amount of responsive control and lightweight cushioning to get a runner through any type of road race. These probably won’t provide suitable traction for off-road running or rough trails, but that’s not what they’re built for. These are still fairly new, but have already gained a decent following of impressed runners.

Cost or Value
The Flyknit Racer will set you back a bit in terms of cost, but most of us probably don’t expect newer models from this company to be cheap. Overall, They seem to be worth their price tag.
Pros
  • Lightweight & highly breathable
  • Air Zoom unit located in heel for added comfort
  • The diamond treaded outsole offers pretty good traction
  • Balanced combination of cushioning and responsiveness
  • Good flexibility
  • Flywire thread provides good support
  • Great durability
  • Allows for a good amount of spring in your step
  • Works well in different weather conditions (rain, or dry)
Cons
  • Expensive
  • Sizes may run narrow

2. ASICS GEL-DS Racer 11

With a clearly more minimal design, The DS Racer differs a bit from most other models from ASICS. Not only is the upper a little more low profile, but the sole doesn’t appear as thick as some of ASICS’ other running footwear. These are obviously built for speed.
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Comfort / Stability
We will work our way down, starting with the upper of this shoe. The seamless design is constructed of a very lightweight, breathable mesh material. It is reinforced with welded overlays that provide additional support as well as durability and form.

Moving down, the dual density midsole, which is built from the lightweight Solyte material and coupled with their Duomax system to provide added midsole support to meet specific running requirements. And of course, we can’t leave out the patented GEL cushioning that ASICS is known for.

The outsole is not an aggressive one, but does seem to offer plenty of road traction. Also, when you turn the shoe upside down, you’ll find a few ventilation ports under the forefoot to help keep the DS Racers reasonably breathable.

Generally, the customer reviews of this newer version of the DS Racer are quite positive, there are a few, although a small amount, that suggest that there are some issues with the back of the heel causing uncomfortable rubbing and irritation while running. However, the majority of the customer feedback has been complimentary, giving this on the number two spot on our list.

Durability / Quality
Asics high-abrasion rubber provides great durability and is made with quality materials. This running shoe will last a long time.

Cost or Value
The price of this running shoe runs average to expensive in cost.
Pros
  • Excellent breathability
  • Lightweight
  • Great amount of cushioning for such a low profile build
  • Seamless upper prevents irritation spots around the interior
  • Amazing flexibility
  • DuoSole technology provides great traction
  • Rearfoot gel cushioning system absorbs shock
  • Solyte midsole provides cushioning
  • Perforated sockliner adds comfort
Cons
  • Not the cheapest option
  • Some complaints of comfortability issues with the heel

3. Mizuno Wave Sayonara 3

Like just about all of the manufacturers that have a product represented on this page, Mizuno is a company that has its strength in producing solid footwear for racing and distance running. This is the third version of their Wave Sayonara. This model has been received well among distance runners since its introduction, so the enhancements and improvements to this version should only make it better.
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Comfort / Stability
Mizuno does a great job with breathability in their running footwear. This also remains the case with the Sayonara. The well ventilated mesh upper is reinforced with stitched overlays, providing an extra bit support.

And of course, the shoe’s U4ic midsole rides on top of Mizuno’s Parallel Wave System. This provides additional cushioning as well as optimal heel side shock absorption, which will reduce the felt impact of the road during a race. The outsole has some decent flexibility from the forefoot flex grooves, although some reviews suggest that this version is a little more stiff than the previous one.

In General, the Sayonara 3 has all of the positive attributes that are required of a competition shoe. Despite a few negatives found when searching through customer feedback, the majority of users mostly praise this model.

Durability / Quality
This is a durable and high quality running shoe that will last a long time.

Cost or value
The price of the Mizuno Wave Sayonara 3 runs about average in cost.
Pros
  • High Breathability
  • Lightweight construction
  • Great cushion and shock absorption provided by the Parallel Wave System
  • Middle of the road with regards to price
  • X10 technology provides great durability
  • SmoothRide Engineering technology provides good responsiveness
  • U4ic technology midsole provides comfort
  • Dynamotion Fit technology provides flexibility
Cons
  • May run narrow in size
  • Some users felt the shoe was a bit stiff

4. Inov-8 X-Talon 200

Products from Inov-8 aren’t something that you typically see in mainstream use, unlike brands such as Nike or New Balance. However, their name is a good one among most communities of runners. The X-Talon 200 is a model that is primarily designed for those competing in multi-surface or obstacle races. The grip that this shoe’s tread offers is really the most obvious key attribute at first glance. This model also keeps a low profile and lightweight design, which is something that a lot of trail and obstacle course runners struggle with finding a great balance of.
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Comfort / Stability
As for the upper, The mesh portion over the forefoot has a DWR coating to help keep the feet ventilated and dry. The nearly seamless construction of the upper also has a mesh underlining to prevent irritation while on the move. Also, when you look at top of the shoe, you’ll see that the lacing system is higher and tighter. This helps provide a more secure fit, especially when running through a challenging environment such as an obstacle course.

The midsole offers quite a bit of cushioning and support, with an additional Fascia Band in the midfoot. Now back to the outsole. The deep cleats are a key point of this model that users really seem to like the most. They provide an excellent amount of traction over multiple surface types.

Durability / Quality
While there is some customer feedback which suggests that these may not be as durable under continuous use as you would expect a trail racer to be, those are the minority of the comments. These do earn their rank on this guide accordingly, due to their overall performance.

Cost or Value
The price of this running shoe can vary from average to expensive in price.
Pros
  • Lightweight materials
  • Deep cleated tread provides great traction
  • Breathable upper
  • Not as bulky as other trail runners, making them perfect for racing.
  • Rope-Tec keeps water and mud out of your shoe
  • Water resistant upper
  • Lots of room for toes
  • Toe box provides protection
Cons
  • Few reports of some durability issues under heavy use
  • Sizing may run small

5. Pearl Izumi Road No V2

Looking for a smooth ride while you race? Check out the Pearl Izumi Road NO V2. It will be quite responsive while absorbing shock and has a seamless design that prevents irritation.
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Comfort / Stability
Most runners felt that the Pearl Izumi Road NO V2 was quite comfortable with just a few commenting it needed more cushioning. It has a seamless design that prevents irritation, its Energy Foam absorbs shock, and its Energy Foam heel crash pad absorbs shock when your feet hit the ground too. It has a Motion EVA foam that provides cushioning, it comes with reflective components on the mesh material to allow others to see you more easily, its Dynamic Offset provides responsiveness, and its Ortholite sockliner provides comfort.

Durability / Quality
There were few to no complaints about the durability of this running shoe. It will last a long time and be quite durable.

Cost or value
The price of this running shoe can be a bit pricey.
Pros

Seamless design prevents irritation

Energy Foam absorbs shock

Energy Foam heel crash pad absorbs shock 

Motion EVA foam provides cushioning

Dynamic Offset provides responsiveness

Blown Rubber outsole has good traction

Reflective components

Ortholite Sockliner provides comfort

Cons

Laces come undone easily

Some thought it could use more cushioning

Can be seen as expensive

6. ASICS GEL Hyper Speed 7

You know, of course, that ASICS is going to have a couple of entries in this guide, being the running shoe giant that they are. The GEL-Hyper Speed, like the name suggests, it meant for speed. Therefore, the overall design of this one is going to be less bulkier than the trainers and many other models from this company.
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Comfort / Stability
The seamless upper is put together with flowing mesh, and is clear of internal irritation points. There are the typical welded overlays, which provide additional support and proper fit. These also have a perforated sockliner that works well with moisture drainage and improved airflow.

The SpEVA combined with the vented Magic Sole midsole allows the shoe to remain lightweight, well cushioned and breathable. The midsole on this model provides a bit firmer of a platform than previously. Although probably obvious, we still can’t forget to mention the ASICS’ GEL system in the rearfoot to reduce the impact of heel strikes.

Durability / Quality
The DuraSponge outsole is wrapped in their AHAR abrasion resistant compound for greater durability throughout continuous use. The traction on these is definitely best suited for road racing. These are probably not the best choice for the trails or obstacle races.

Despite a small amount of negative feedback from a few users, these definitely belong here. ASICS continuously puts out quality products that remain among the top choices with runners of all types.

Cost or Value
The price of the ASICS Gel Hyper Speed 7 is quite affordable.
Pros
  • Improved guidance line enhances efficiency
  • Drainage holes in sole
  • Ideal for long distance runs
  • Lighter weight than previous versions
  • AHAR rubber outsole is quite durable
  • Rearfoot gel cushioning system absorbs impact
  • Seamless designs prevents irritation
  • Highly breathable
Cons
  • Too large of a toe box for some
  • Rocks can collect in the grooves and drainage holes

7. Saucony Mirage 5

Saucony is a wide producer of trainers, although they do make some shoes that are also ideal for running races. The Mirage 5 is a great example of that. Even though these are intended as a daily trainer, they do have the necessary attributes to make them efficient high tempo runners.
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Comfort / Stability
Their upper consists of a moisture wicking sparse mesh that is covered by a tighter woven mesh and durable Flex Film stitchless overlays for additional form and support. The Pro-Lock lacing system ensures a custom fit, as if there were an internal strap securing the foot.

In the midsole you will find Saucony’s PowerGrid system, which absorbs shock and evenly distributes the impact for a more comfortable, responsive run. These also have a layer of soft EVA+ foam for a much better overall experience. In fact, these are even an ideal choice for those with mild overpronation.

Durability / Quality
The blown rubber outsole is strategically covered with the XT-900 durable carbon rubber compound for increased durability and grip. These are quite suitable for race day, especially for those wanting a bit more cushion and impact resistance. Products like this one are an obvious reason why people keep coming back to this brand when it’s time for some new footwear.

Cost or Value
The price of the Saucony Mirage 5 is quite affordable.
Pros
  • PowerGrid provides fantastic shock absorption
  • Pro-Lock lacing locks foot securely in place for a confident fit
  • Seamless design eliminates interior chafing
  • Affordable
  • Highly breathable
  • Full length EVA midsole provides cushioning
Cons
  • The fit runs a bit narrow
  • Some users experienced durability issues with the outsole rubber peeling off
  • Sizes may run small and narrow

8. Brooks Racer ST5

Brooks’ Racer ST5, like most of the others, is a shoe that boasts a lot of its own features which lands it on our list of best choices. At first glance, it just looks like it breathes well.
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Comfort / Stability
The upper portion, beside the sparse mesh, has a pretty secure lacing system and plenty of sewn-in overlays for fit support. The upper really works well with the rest of the shoe to provide exceptional responsiveness to the user.

In the midsole these are equipped with Hydroflow ST, which consists of a viscous fluid cushion that is adaptable to each user. You’ll find this system underneath Brooks’ popular energy returning BioMoGo DNA. Additionally, these have a diagonal rollbar, which actually works well for mild over-pronators.

They use their HPR Green technology in the construction of the outsole, which features skid-resistant, hard rubber lugs, designed for increased traction on the road. Also, the configuration of the pods allows the user more stability, while the optimal flexibility comes from the improved deeper flex grooves.

Though there are a few critical reviews from some customers, they certainly do not outweigh the positives that many have found with this version. A fine combination of comfort and lightweight.

Retroreflective reflects light back so others can see you easily while you run.

Durability / Quality
Aside from the laces, this is a highly durable and quality made running shoe that will last a long time.

Cost or Value
The price of these running shoes is quite affordable.
Pros
  • Affordably priced
  • Road traction is well liked
  • Excellent ground response
  • A good option for those with mild overpronation
  • Ideal choice for both distance and speed
  • Reflective allowing others to see you easily
  • BioMoGo DNA midsole provides comfort
  • Diagonal Rollbar provides support
Cons
  • Some sizing issues with the unisex models
  • Laces are of poor quality
  • Some users found difficulty with comfort in long distances

9. Asics Gel Lyte 33

The Asics Gel Lyte 33 is a comfortable running shoe that allows for good responsiveness, absorbs shock and has an ample amount of cushioning.
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Comfort / Stability
This running shoe is quite comfortable and provides stability. Its FluidAxis allows for good responsiveness, it is lightweight, and its Solyte Midsole provides cushioning. Its seamless design reduces irritation, It is highly breathable, and its Rearfoot GEL® Cushioning System absorbs shock while your run.

Durability / Quality
The upper of the shoe is quite durable and made with quality materials, however there were some reports of the outsole wearing more rapidly than it ought to.

Cost or value
The price of this running shoe can vary from average to expensive in cost.
Pros

FluidAxis allows for good responsiveness

Lightweight

Solyte Midsole provides cushioning

Seamless design reduces irritation

Highly breathable

Rearfoot GEL® Cushioning System absorbs shock

Cons

Some noted the durability was not great

Too soft for some users

Sizes may run small

10. Newton Distance Elite

Known for their five lug outsole design, Newton’s Distance Elite is another one of their models intended to provide outstanding responsiveness and forefoot control.
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Comfort / Stability
With a combination of mesh and a quick drying, breathable material, the seamless upper of the Distance Elite is able to keep feet cool and dry. There are pretty tough overlays on either side which the laces also connect through. These provide additional support, as well as help to maintain the upper form.

Like the overall build of this model, the midsole is also pretty minimalistic in it design. Instead of a ton of thick cushioning, these were created for speed and ground response.However, these still offer plenty of shock absorption and impact protection due to the EVA midsole and Newton’s Action/Reaction lug technology.

Durability / Quality
The forefoot lugs stand out as the most obvious feature that this model possesses. Although not a favorite of everyone, they seem to work quite well. In addition, the lugs produce a good amount of energy return.

For increased durability there is a layer of high-density rubber under the forefoot, and a tougher carbon rubber under the heel.

As innovation is one thing that we tend to look for when searching for the best footwear for specific uses, the unique lug design that Newton uses definitely qualifies as innovative. However, the concept has a kind of love/hate relationship among runners. This particular technology may not be for everyone, but for those who have purchased these, love is probably a suitable descriptive word to use.

Cost or Value
The price of these running shoes can vary from average to expensive in cost.
Pros
  • Really lightweight
  • Seamless upper construction
  • High breathability
  • Good durability
  • Action/Reaction technology absorbs impact
  • Lugs provide good traction
  • Quick dry upper mesh
Cons
  • Fairly expensive price tag
  • Some sizing issues in the toe (too wide)

In this guide we have reviewed products from manufacturers that have implemented their own proprietary systems and technologies in the production of racing footwear, all intended to improve performance and increase the user’s effectiveness. The choices that work best for you rely on many factors such as fit, design, functionality and of course style. Whatever your needs, we hope this list helped with discovering some of the best options available.


The Criteria We Used For Our Evaluation Of the Best Racing Shoes:

Running has become such a popular sport. We want you to know which shoes will be best for competitions and racing so we sifted through thousands of customer reviews from experts, runners, and customers on internet sites. Below are the factors we considered when  coming up with our Top 10 racing shoes:

never-stop-runningFlickr: Kevin Dooley

Comfort

Comfort is the top thing we look at when researching the best racing shoes. We want to know that these shoes will be comfortable while you run. Will they cause blisters? Do they have enough cushioning? All of this we let you know what other runners have said.

Style

While, style is definitely a preference it’s still nice to know. Do they have a bit of a personality with some flare? Wild, bright colors? Or are they more neutral? Are they low-cut or high-cut?

Grip

If you’re getting ready to race, you know how important it can be to get a good grip on the road or trails. We sifted through reviews by runners to let you know what kind of traction you can expect from these shoes.

Durability

Typically, runners want shoes that will last more than one or 2 good runs. The average running shoe lasts between 400 and 600 miles. We will let you know if runners felt they lasted longer than this or if they were less durable.

Cost

Are they budget friendly? Or do they run on the expensive side? Cost and efficiency do not always have to go hand in hand. That’s why we made this top 10 list so you can see which shoes are cost efficient.

Support

Some prefer more support than others, but we still investigate so you don’t have to. Will it provide arch, or heel support? Will it fit snugly or does it lack support in certain areas? You will learn all this when you view our top 10 racing shoes.

Flexibility

Most runners agree that flexibility is important. Running with a stiff shoe isn’t very fun. We’ve gone though many reviews by runners to let you know if they felt the shoe allowed them to move naturally while they ran.

Fit

Sizing of different brands of shoes varies. We let you know if you should expect them to be wide, or narrow. We’ll tell you if they run big or small in size so that you can adequately adjust your calculations to the shoe size you need.

Other Important Factors To Consider When Selecting The Best Racing Shoes:

You want to do your best when you race so we’ve found some things you should do before you race, and some things you should avoid. This will help you achieve your goals, do better in competitions and more.

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Things to do BEFORE a Race:

1. Make Sure You Know Where the Race Is:

You don’t want to panic and try to scramble to get where you need to be on the day of the race. Search the website for an address and make sure you plot it in your GPS as well so you can be well prepared, or print it out to be on the safe side.

2. Try some Carbs:

Eating small amounts of complex carbohydrates throughout the day will give you more energy for the race. You’ll want to be careful to not overload on carbs though. Your last full meal should be 48 hours before you run. You’ll want to avoid alcohol and fatty foods too.

3. Set a Goal:

If you don’t set a goal, how will you know what you wish to accomplish during your race? It would be a good idea to have backup goals to, because mother nature cannot always be predictable. You can set pacing goals. You should have a plan for what you intend to do when you become overtired, or the unexpected happens. So if you fall, or your shoes come untied you’ll be well prepared and already quite decisive on what the next step is.

4. Make Sure your Electronic Devices are Charged:

It would be a real bummer to get to the race and then realize those power songs that help you get through your run won’t be available. Make sure whatever electronical devices you plan to use (iPod, Fitness trackers etc.) are charged and ready to go.

5. Pack your Race Day Bag:

You’ll want to do this the night before so you have everything ready. There’s nothing worse than rushing around and causing yourself more panic on race day. Pick everything out that you plan to wear the next, put all your running accessories together, and make sure you have your water bottle ready. This will allow you to have a great start to the day. Include your pre-fuel race items as well.

6. Become Familiar with the Race Course:

If you’ve never run in the race, or even if you have it’s a good idea to check out the race  course so you are familiar with it. Get there early so you can check out the course, walk the course a few days prior to running, or familiarize your self with it via a map or online. Whatever works best for you.

7. Double your Water Intake:

The day before you race you want to double your intake of water. You’ll also want to make sure you drink plenty of fluids in the morning before you race. This will prevent dehydration.

8. Stay off your Feet:

You don’t want to overdo it and compete in back to back races. If you are preparing for a race you’ll want to rest your feet as much as possible without becoming a couch potato.

9. Get a Good Night’s Sleep:

Sleep is so important so your body can function properly. Getting a good night’s sleep the night before is essential, but so is making sure you’re sleeping good that whole week of the race.

10. If Nervous, Do Breathing Exercises:

Often, runners can become anxious or nervous at competitions. If you find yourself becoming anxious you should do some deep breathing exercises to calm yourself. To do this: take a deep breath in through your nose (count to 6 and allow your diaphragm to expand). Breathe out through your mouth (count to 7 and allow all of your breath to leave your chest).  Repeat this 10 times for positive results.

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Things to AVOID Before a Race:

1. Don’t Eat Too Soon Before you Run

You don’t want to cause cramps or other problems so the best thing to do is not to eat 2 hours prior to running.

2. Avoid Static Warm Up

You’ll want to do a dynamic warm up instead. Dynamic warm ups reduce muscle friction and can help you run faster at the start. Warm up exercises like lunges, arm and leg swings, and light jogging are a good choice.

3. Wearing New Running Gear

It most likely won’t be a comfortable run for you if you haven’t worn your running gear before. You need to gradually break in running gear items so that you don’t get blisters or chaffing from these new products.

4. Avoid Sugary Drinks

Drinking sugary drinks will cause your energy level to lower after an initial spike. You may also get dehydrated. You want to make sure you drink water and lots of it, while staying away from sugary drinks.

5. Over-Hydrating

If you drink too much water the day of the race, most likely you will find yourself needing to use the restroom frequently.

6. Don’t Become too Relaxed

You don’t want to sit on the couch all day and rest the day before you race. You’ll want to have a short workout the day before your race to keep tension down and prepare you for the big day.

7. Don’t Skip Breakfast

It’s the most important meal of the day! Make sure you have a good breakfast, but don’t overstuff yourself. Have something with protein and some carbs to fuel your run.

8. Don’t Overload on Carbs

You don’t need to stuff yourself full of carbs the night before you race. In fact, the better thing to do is to graze on carbs throughout the day so that you do not cause any stomach problems. There is an exception to this rule however, if your race will take you more than 90 minutes then you can consider getting 70% of your total calories from carbs.

9. Cut Back on Fiber

Eating too many food that are rich in fiber can cause gas. You should attempt to cut back on foods that contain fiber 3 days before your race.

10. Staying out Late

Getting a good night’s sleep is important for having a successful race time. It’s not just the night before that will affect you. Your sleep during that entire week will take part in providing you energy (or lack of) for your run.

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Flickr: Carolyn Eaton

FAQ

Q. I just got a new pair of running shoes should I wear them for my race?

A. It’s not advisable to wear new running gear of any sort for the first time when you race.

Q. I received some new advice about running should I try it out on my race? 

A. It’s not advisable to try new advice on a race, you should try it while you do your regular run to see if it’s beneficial to you.

Q. What’s the deal with Carbs?

A. The best way to get energy is through carbs. You should graze on them throughout the day for best results during your race.

Q. What do you do if your shoelaces come untied during the race?

A. You can look up techniques on how to tie your shoes so they never come undone, or use locks for your laces, but you should always have a plan for what you will do if they come undone. Make sure you move to the side so you don’t get injured or injure others when you have to stop and tie them.

Q. When should your last full meal be before a race?

A. Typically, your last full meal should be 48 hours before the race. You can graze on foods such as carbohydrates to keep your energy up.

Q. I read that I should stay off my feet the day before the race, is this true?

A. While you do want to try and relax before the big day, you don’t want to become a complete couch potato. Make sure you get some exercise the day before.


Here are some sources we used while conducting our Research:

Sources

  1. Active, 5 Pre-Race Nutrition Mistakes to Avoid, Staying active site,
  2. Healthshare Health Solutions, Four Things To Avoid Before A Race, Healthcare information site, May 21, 2014
  3. The CLYMB, 8 Things To Do (and Not Do) The Day Before A Big Race, Outdoor site information,
  4. WikiHow, How to Prepare For a Race the Day Before, Informational site,
  5. Run Eat Repeat, 10 Things to Do Before Your Race, Running informational site, Oct 16, 2013
  6. Realbuzz, 5 Worst Things to do Before you Run. What to avoid doing before a run, Informational site,
  7. Huffington Post, 10 Things Not To Do Before Your Next Race, Online Newspaper article, Sep 20, 2014
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