Stress, nerves, time zone changes, unfamiliar surroundings—the week before your race is loaded with sleep saboteurs. Here's how to get some solid shut-eye ahead of your big day.
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Building solid habits in the lead up to bedtime is key to a restful night's sleep—and your success in training and racing.
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If you’re having prolonged sleeping problems, address them before they impact performance.