Right after Usain Bolt’s decisive victory in the men’s 200-meter final of the IAAF World Championships on Thursday, a cameraman riding a Segway lost control of his vehicle and plowed into Bolt from...
Are Road Runners Better Than Trail Runners?
Three highlights from the opening weekend at the IAAF World Championships
To celebrate the IAAF World Championships–and to prove that running on a track isn’t the dull, dreary affair that you think it is–we’ve amassed a list of the best looking tracks in the country.
The track star’s name is everywhere these days, but what’s the big deal?
Dispatches from the longest foot race in the world.
Our favorite titanic throw downs from the last half century.
Allie Ostrander is about to take the world by storm
For metric milers, there must have been something in the Mediterranean air last Friday night at Monaco’s annual Herculis track meet.
Ditch your trainers on race day. We promise, you’ll go faster.
With the Hardrock 100 underway in the San Juan Mountains of Western Colorado, it seems that all eyes are on last year’s winner and current record holder, Kilian Jornet Burgada.
This past weekend, at the Peachtree Road Race in Atlanta, Georgia, Great Britain’s Scott Overall narrowly defeated American runner Ben Payne by a mere nine one hundredths of a second.
It’s officially summer and time to address a longstanding topic in warm weather running etiquette: going shirtless.
There is an American runner worth rooting for, one who has demonstrated an ability to win against some of the best East African runners: Ben True.
According to runningusa.org, around 20 million people participate in “running events” in the U.S. every year.