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Despite setbacks and injuries, runner Caroline Wolfe is grateful for how the sport has shaped her.
Runners endured 211 laps on the indoor oval and took home bonuses for setting new world bests.
It’s the starting line, not the finish, that matters.
After they figure out the details for the next day’s workout, they give their minds a rest.
Crowds of runners hit the streets in Newton, Massachusetts for a training run steeped in tradition.
Bus carrying boys track team from a meet was struck by 18-wheeler.
Chris Estwanik runs 1:11:36 in half marathon, still looks ready to nail a job interview.
Elon University freshman Molly Offstein is beginning her road to recovery after an accident on March 6.
She is training for the 50- and 100-meter dash at the upcoming Senior Olympics.
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Can’t touch your toes? Don’t worry, neither can we.
Fred Zalokar won the 55–59 division in Tokyo, completing a World Marathon Majors quest that began in 2010.
Now this is how you celebrate a good long run.
Research suggests you may enjoy runs more if you get the tough parts out of the way early.
The pooches, who aren’t born yet, may become training partners for visually-impaired runners.
In between performing wheelchair tricks, Blake Mompher cheers on the middle school runners.
We runners need to be light on our feet.
It depends on how much you’re running and how active you are when you’re not running.
This cross-country runner is on a quest for infinite burritos.