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He'll win anyway, but we should also hope that Eliud Kipchoge runs a world record. [Read More]
Our running columnist is an expert in the track and road running scenes, but the ultra world isn't exactly his beat. He dove in head... [Read More]
This time, the globetrotting ultrarunner is keeping things local... [Read More]
After becoming the first American woman to win the world's biggest marathon in 40 years, Flanagan is coming back to defend her title. [Read More]
With two years until the Tokyo Olympics, organizers are preparing for what could be a brutally warm race. [Read More]
What if you don't do it to stay healthy, but to stay sane? [Read More]
Incorporating a few simple practices can lead to a more meaningful, enjoyable run... [Read More]
American sprinting, Shelby Houlihan, Caster Semenya. The list goes on. [Read More]
South African Caster Semenya will challenge the new rule in court, while the science looks a little shaky... [Read More]
They might seem arbitrary, but benchmarks help define the sport. [Read More]
Living in a city doesn't have to mean giving up running in nature... [Read More]
Elite runners often compete in shoe prototypes. Should the practice be banned? [Read More]
All you really need is to pick a sweet spot and pack a big tent, a thick air mattress, a two-burner stove (one for coffee,... [Read More]
Jim Walmsley's Western States run was remarkable. But how does it stack up against these other ultrarunning feats? [Read More]
In 'Leave No Trace,' a troubled vet tries to raise his daughter off the grid. [Read More]
We asked ex-Olympian, coach, and elite Masters runner John Henwood for his advice... [Read More]
The Speed Project—a six-person relay from Santa Monica to Las Vegas—celebrates the amateur superstar. [Read More]
Sharpening your memory and boosting your creativity are just the start... [Read More]
The recent story about Katelyn Tuohy perpetuates a dangerous narrative: that normal physical development is a hurdle to overcome. [Read More]