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How to get outfitted to start your running life.
With dozens of Olympic hopefuls competing in Eugene, Oregon, this track meet will be one of the best in the United States in years.
Expert tips for getting in a run in the middle of the workday.
Heather Kampf, who has dominated a series of middle distance races on the roads, turns her focus to the track trials.
In New York City’s Fifth Avenue Mile, a middle-aged runner with big ideas wondered if he could hang with the elites. Then the gun went off.
Running is booming in the world’s most populous country; why selling your race bib is a bad idea; how to run a marathon like Desiree Linden.
A new study investigates the different ways we get tired.
He completed 38 Marine Corps Marathons, led studies on blood doping, and helped countless Virginia runners, who will honor him on May 28.
The June 5 race failed to secure permits for its original course and could not come up with a new route in time.
The director of these new races in North Andover, Massachusetts, details what runners can expect this July 15 through 17.
Entrants receive erroneous rejection emails, notifications of exorbitant credit card charges.
Running blasts stress, strengthens your heart, and gives you great legs—but it can have some strange side effects.
Inject some spring into your core routine with this move.
Chris Koch will use a longboard to complete Sunday’s Calgary Marathon.
A broad-spectrum sunscreen with a higher SPF is the best choice for preventing skin damage.
High mileage, high effort training has led to remarkable results.
Pleasing apparel that works before, during, or after your run.
This race, the Jimmie Johnson Foundation 5K, was a little slower than the ones that they’re usually in.
Determined to end her track career on a positive note, Shelby Erdahl finishes race with ruptured Achilles.