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If nothing else, last summer's perverse bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor proved that a compelling storyline is what sells sporting events. [Read More]
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For the winner of the inaugural women's Olympic Marathon, watching younger women triumph keeps her inspired. [Read More]
In October, two-time Olympic medalist Galen Rupp won the Chicago Marathon, becoming the first American man to do so since Khalid Khannouchi broke the tape... [Read More]
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Like any great race, the NYC Marathon is the sum of its parts. [Read More]
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Others were faster, but nobody was better. [Read More]
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In desperate times, even desperate measures won't suffice. [Read More]
What we (shouldn't) talk about when we talk about running. [Read More]
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One morning, in the spring of 2011, I was pool running in Berkeley, California. As I bobbed through the water, I watched the morning light... [Read More]
On its website, apparel company Tracksmith describes itself as a "champion for the Running Class." Who belongs in this mysterious demographic? [Read More]
Earlier this month, Edward Cheserek, a recent University of Oregon graduate and arguably the best collegiate runner in U.S. history, competed for the first time... [Read More]
Pro road racing keeps putting too much emphasis on lowering the world record. [Read More]
I've always been a sucker for the promise of summer. It's a promise that, of course, will feel unfulfilled by the time Labor Day comes... [Read More]
The period immediately following my Thursday night session is one of the psychological high points of my week. There's only one downside: Afterward, sweat-soaked and... [Read More]
The 2017 IAAF World Championships came to a close on Sunday in London. As with the 2012 Olympics, which also took place in the English... [Read More]
For the majority of spectators on hand for Saturday night's IAAF World Championships 100-meter final, it was supposed to be the Usain Bolt show—a glorious... [Read More]
Any (non-doping-related) publicity is good publicity. [Read More]
Joel Cohen hates running more than you do. [Read More]
There's something a little gimmicky about celebrating distance purely for distance's sake. [Read More]
Yes, televised track and field can be exciting. But don't take our word for it. [Read More]
Caster Semenya and Dutee Chand, female athletes with atypically high testosterone levels, are drawing attention to the very messy debate about who counts as a... [Read More]
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