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Our fifteen experts updated their predictions for the outcome of the trials, and both races have big changes at the top.
Going into his final trials at age 40, the three-time Olympian is the fastest qualifier.
He won an Olympic bronze medal in 1952 in the steeplechase.
The best American marathoners toe the line on Saturday in Los Angeles with spots for the summer games in Rio at stake.
He claims he didn’t train, though his time suggests otherwise.
When the hardest day leads to the best gains.
The most popular distance runner in the U.S. is looking to earn a return trip to the Olympics, a quest that seemed highly improbable as little as one year ago.
A review of research finds resistance training has “large, beneficial effect” on runners’ efficiency.
The dynamics of the race will change with a forecast calling for highs in the 70s.
If she makes it, America’s fastest female marathoner says her fourth Olympics may be her last.
Toss in whatever you’re craving for an easy, slightly sweet granola.
Calum Neff surpasses Guinness world record by more than two minutes.
A preview of the latest trail shoe from New Balance.
Run your best on race day, whether you’re dealt a headwind or a tailwind.
Running can mean more when family is on your mind.
Kids’ menus and 2 a.m. snacks keeps this ultrarunner and Olympic Trials qualifier on his feet.
Sarun Limsawaddiwong, 42, a hotel proprietor and avid runner, shares the road with motorists and rickshaws.
Foot Locker cross-country champion runs 3:58.25 indoors in New York.