This year again, the Grand Raid medical team together with SAMU 974, PGHM, SDIS and some ambulances of the Red Cross will be in charge of the medical assistance on the Grand Raid, the Trail de Bourbon and the Mascareignes. However, as usual, we believe prevention is better than cure and so, here are some reminders for you to read
Today, many sportsmen seek dietician’s advice to improve their performance. here are some tips on how to feed while training and during the race.
To complete the Grand Raid one must combine mental and physical capacities. Both vary considerably and unexpectedly during the race. There are several reasons for that : dehydration, hypoglycemia, tiredness, cold and even loneliness.
The more you train, the better your time will be, the more chances you have of finishing the race. In a trail that long, surprises are out and the biggest danger is to overestimate one’s capacities.