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Tom and Marty Huberty have 69 Twin Cities Marathon finishes between them—and a family legacy to continue.
Calum Neff surpassed the standing Guinness record by more than 10 minutes.
Simply approaching a problem differently can sometimes change your whole perspective.
Eating at home is usually healthier—but avoid these tempting options.
To the Oregon State Penitentiary inmates who are allowed to run and race, it’s much more than a metaphor.
Heed these signs to ensure that you’re actually ready to run 26.2 on race day.
Fifty years ago, a marathon was 26 miles, 385 yards long. That’s still true today, but just about everything else has changed.
MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki imagines exactly the types of runners Trump and Clinton would be.
The legendary ultrarunner discusses myths and legends of running; why you need take care of yourself after the run ends.
A running program at a Minnesota drug treatment facility yields its first marathoner.
Tony Taddeo’s surgeon challenged him to a 5K, and the lifelong runner had to accept.
Brian Pilcher, 60, runs 2:42:42 in Chicago, but he’s still questioning why he can’t pace himself better.
It’s easier said than done—especially for data nerds—but effort-based pacing ensures you’ll perform your best on the given day.
No matter what your body type, there’s a variation out there that can help you get stronger, fitter, and faster.
New research shows a food/exercise combo results in greater overnight muscle synthesis.
A busy weekend of running in the Windy City with Runner’s World VIP.
This five-mile path on the west end of Manhattan gives runners a respite from busy city life.
The endurance-boosting beverage may also promote the formation of helpful “brown fat.”
The 15-year-old daughter of Olympian Tyson Gay was killed in a shooting in a Lexington parking lot.
For one, running is the best way to experience a new city.