In light of the foam renaissance, I tested three different running shoes that all make bold claims about their respective cushioning systems.
Non-elites on the podium. Crazy clothes. Mid-course pandemonium. The race gave running a much needed shake-up, if only for a day.
As Boston looms, so do the fears that haunt every marathoner.
Hopdash aims to help you meet up with local running teams while on the road.
At 43, the five-time Olympian seems indestructible.
It's too easy for runners to get disqualified.
This weekend in New York City, a group of runners braved 211 laps around the track in pursuit of a niche world record.
A running-obsessed owner. Tons of track memorabilia. What's not to love?
The latest iteration of running for a cause.
They crushed at Sunday’s Tokyo Marathon. Here’s why.
Sports psychologists weigh in on the challenges of being among the best in the world.
There isn’t one, of course. But what would it take?
Last November, Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge gave an address at the Oxford Union Society, a 200-year-old institution that touts itself as the "most famous debating society in the world."
One aspect of elite-level marathoning has always struck me as unfair, and detrimental to world class marathoning: the use of pacers.
On Tuesday, the International Association of Athletics Federations published a press release on the future of cross-country.
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