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Some of the best social media posts from a celebration with the POTUS.
Put injuries behind you by working this key—but often neglected—muscle group.
He (obviously) did not get away.
The key to better, injury-free running lies in deep muscles you’re not working—yet.
Want to lose a few pounds? Be wary of conventional weight-loss wisdom.
Anna Young is just one of many women trying to make running and motherhood work. She hopes her race photo will help.
I trained hard for nearly a year for my fall marathon. But then I decided to not run it.
Most runners will never qualify for Boston. A gifted few will make it easily. Then there are those—like me—who, well, eek their way in.
Why do rowers start fast while runners often start slow?
Don’t overdo it with the self-massage tool.
With built-in GPS, the device is finally a runner’s watch.
Next year’s race was slightly easier to get into than this year’s, but 2,957 qualified runners who applied still were shut out.
The results? Well, you can probably guess.
Because it would be boring to live on nothing but steak.
Runner’s World has been keeping Pre’s legend alive for almost 50 years now.
A recent hack of the World Anti-Doping Agency shows which athletes have received therapeutic use exemptions.
Runners in different states lodge complaints against the Half Full Race Series.
The 800-meter U.S. champion changed her diet and began to see improvements that led to her first Olympic Games.
We’ve all seen the scary headlines. Here’s the truth behind the hype.
It is my lifelong passion. But a diagnosis of heart disease threatened to take it away.