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Holding one's head slightly down when racewalking will make breathing more difficult. True False
TRUE. Holding one's head slightly down when racewalking will make breathing more difficult.
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Weegy: TRUE. Holding one's head slightly down when racewalking will make breathing more difficult.
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User: According to the rules of racewalking, your front leg must be bent from the time your heel hits the ground until your body passes over it. True False

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