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One of the key factors that might stand out during this edition is the weather, and it’s looking very good – in fact, it’s forecasted to be as high as 30°C on race day! That’s something to celebrate; after all, who doesn’t prefer running under the sun? However, to ensure that the sun remains a pleasure and doesn’t turn into a danger, we need to stay vigilant when engaging in physical activities under scorching sun. To keep that in mind, please consider the following points:

  • Hydrate yourself before, during, and after exercise as regularly as possible. Don’t wait until you’re thirsty; feeling thirsty is a sign that you’re already dehydrated.
  • Stop your physical activity at the first signs of heat exhaustion and seek shade. What are the signs of a dehydration ? Swollen limbs; cramps; profuse sweating; less urine, coloured dark yellow; thirst; dry mouth; irritable, restless; sunken eyes…
  • There is a warm-up area, and it’s especially important, even more so than usual, not to start at full intensity. The warm-up helps the body avoid being caught off guard by a sudden increase in intensity. After completing your activity, allow your body temperature to decrease gradually (keep walking).
  • Adjust your clothing to lightweight, light-colored, breathable materials, and don’t forget a hat, sunglasses, your own water flask and sunscreen.