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Discrimination against atheists doesn’t appear only in the political realm, though it is quite clear there. A poll taken during the 2012 election season found that only 54 percent of Americans would vote for a “well qualified” atheist presidential candidate. While this was the highest total since Gallup began asking the question in 1958, atheism proved the biggest negative influence on a hypothetical candidate’s viability, with fewer respondents saying they would be willing to vote for an atheist than either a gay or a Muslim candidate..
MEYER: Mostly the amount and carbohydrate is the key player here because we store carbohydrate in the muscle as glycogen and that’s really the limiting factor for prolonged exercise, such as cross country skiing, you know, prolonged distances; whereas carbohydrate in a short track can become limiting, especially if they advance. So the longer they skate, they have many, many heats going into semi finals and finals, and so they’re utilizing that carbohydrate, that glycogen, as quick energy and they need to replenish that fast. And so we do a lot of things during the competition to make sure that they don’t run out and they don’t hit the wall.