Ramadan brings fasting dilemma

Methkal Abu Drais competes during the Stockholm MarathonFor Jordanian marathon-runner Methkal Abu Drais, the timing could not be worse. Not only is he preparing for one of the races of his life, he's doing it during Ramadan, the Muslim fasting month.


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