Every four years, the Olympic Games bring chaos to schools, workplaces, grocery stores and anywhere else around the world people gather.
One morning last week, for example, work in the Navarre Press newsroom ground to a halt while staff debated the finer points of race walking.
Race walking! Walking makes sense; a leisurely stroll can calm the mind and build the body. And racing was a survival instinct long before it became one of mankind’s earliest forms of athletic competition. But race walking?
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