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comment During a race, how often should I drink water?
Cerainly hyponatremia is a big concern, thus my suggestion to not just wing it, but to do a sweat test. I think I would turn it around - the problem with hyponatremia in athletic events is not drinking too much water, it's drinking too much water in relation to the amount of electrolytes ingested. That being said, there are two things in play here...I think the number of people who drink too little overwhelmingly dwarfs the number who over-drink in long races. But point well taken, over drinking without minding your electrolytes can lead to a life threatening situation.
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