PGA golfer Jesper Parnevik marches to his own drum, though that drum does seem out of tune a lot of times. As recapped by Sports Illustrated , Parnevik is a textbook "eccentric" who will try seemingly anything if he thinks it'll help his life or game improve. He's known to wear beeping, flashing sunglasses on airplanes, supposedly to "unite the left side of his brain with the right." For a three-month span, he ate nothing but fruit and volcanic ash, and decided it was cleansing. Another time, he removed the fillings in his teeth and replaced them with porcelain because apparently that's good for his allergies. He wears super-tight pants, so tight he can't always bend over to pick up his golf ball because "they help my swing. They restrict my hip turn."
The situation with the COX-1 inhibitor naproxen (Aleve®, and others) is even less clear. On December 21, 2004, the NIH stopped a study in Alzheimer's patients due to an excessive rate of heart attacks and strokes in patients taking naproxen, a drug that has been used in the US since 1976. How these new data affect the use of NSAIDs in athletes is uncertain. Athletes and others who exercise regularly would seem to be at less risk due to the beneficial effects of exercise on the bloodstream (Rauramaa R, et al. 1986), however, this is pure speculation at this time.
1º Clasificado en el “Ultra Trail del Rincon” de 100 kilómetros.
2º Clasificado en la “Maraton de Javalambre”.
14º Clasificado en el “Ultra Trail del Mont Blanc” de 170 kilometros.
2º Clasificado en “V Liga de la Serranía”.
3º Clasificado en el Duatlon de los “ del Soplao”.
2º Clasificado en el “V Trail CxM Fuentes de Titaguas”.
2º Clasificado en el “III Trail Serranía Predators de Santa Cruz”.
2º Clasificado en el “III Maratón de Montaña de Valencia” – MAMOVA.
2º Clasificado en la “II Carrera de Obstáculos de la Policía de Paiporta”.