Ultrarunning: Who Needs Toenails?

Oct 22, 2009
Outside Magazine

Some ultrarunners are now choosing to have their toenails surgically removed, says a recent New York Times article. Supporters of the procedure point out that after running 50-100 miles, toenails often fall off anyway, or break and become extremely painful. Why not just get rid of them?

You can read the full article at The New York Times' website

--Dave Costello

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