Runner's World Headlines
News and notes from the RW Shoe & Gear Editor.
Inventive tortilla fixings—savory or sweet—satisfy every craving and power your running with plenty of nutrients.
The road up Mount Washington is freakishly, unrelentingly uphill. Even cars have a hard time getting to the summit. So why do so many people want to run it?
The Mayor of Running, in his own words; a quiz that reveals your injury risk; plus fast runners from high school—and the centenarian set.
A new study looks beyond body mass index to assess health and heart disease risk.
The 67-year-old is dominant at the 5K distance off of 20 miles of running per week.
Research finds performance benefit from loading up on sack time.
Cindy Petrovits wanted to thank everyone she encountered along the Boston course. While she was tapering, she had a brainstorm.
Derek Murphy, a Cincinnati man who has made a hobby of investigating race results, has already started examining the 2016 field.
Charles Keating IV was an Arizona high school distance star who ran at Indiana University for two years.
Work your core with this move.
Looking to avoid sugary fillers after your run? These fruits, veggies, dairy, and whole grains can provide the nutrients your body needs.
We’ve rounded up 19 great gift ideas for the running mom in your life.
Sisterly love—and a little sibling rivalry—has helped this Cincinnati pair cross hundreds of finish lines together.
The NBA Hall of Famer & TNT sports analyst preps his broadcast while on the run.
Gallbladder surgery derailed Lisa Smith-Batchen’s efforts to break the 36-year-old record for fastest time crossing the country on foot.
Work the smaller glutes to stay injury-free.
Four delicious recipes that use the vitamin- and mineral-packed fruit.
In retirement, the fastest American-born marathoner is driven to be big and strong. Here’s his workout.
Five recipes to help you get your buzz.