Runner's World Headlines
Where you focus your attention affects your workout performance.
Don’t undermine your efforts by delaying your body’s natural circadian rhythms.
Adam Sandler calls, the bronze gets lost in a bundle of socks, and other stories from America's best distance runners.
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Saucony launches new tool that aims to help you run better.
Rachele Schulist wants runners to know: Thinner doesn’t mean faster—at least not for long.
How Andrea Barber of “Fuller House” fell in love with the sport; getting to the bottom of one runner’s debilitating heel pain.
My visually impaired friend put his faith in me to lead him. It was an incredible gift.
Craig Leon relies on a support team, a weekly meal plan, and a good travel pillow to keep up with his life.
Is it really worth the time and effort? I figured I’d give it a shot.
A pair of Nike’s mythic 1972 “Moon Shoes” is up for auction on eBay.
When temperatures drop, you can still bring the heat with these cold-weather running styles.
Supplementing your protein intake isn’t just for weightlifters. It can be a valuable training tool for runners as well—if you use it correctly.
Catching up with the 1996 U.S. Olympic Trials winner, Bob Kempainen.
Popular chef and runner Mark Bittman shares his favorite ways to prepare them.
Trainers hang from the trees in Terre Haute, Indiana, an arboreal monument to cross-country careers.
Jacob Puzey takes an hour off old mark, unfazed by potato chip malfunction.
10 tips to keep the four races from turning you Grumpy.
No animal products? No problem.
Ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes visits his ancestral homeland for the truth about the original “marathoner.” Think you can handle it?