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The medals and the damage done

Nature volume 430, pages 604605 (05 August 2004) | Download Citation

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Athletes' punishing schedules push their bodies to the limit. But what happens if they go too far? Jim Giles finds out.

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  1. Jim Giles is a reporter for Nature based in London.

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