With unsanctioned events, OSR offers a slice of vanishing New York City.
After years in the doghouse, the country’s most talented running team seems to be looking to reinvent itself.
If he cheated, he deserved to be disqualified, but the bullying crossed a line.
After spending days in the Arctic wilderness, running 100 miles on trail is a piece of cake.
The elite marathoner reminds us that trail runners deserve our respect.
Now you can pay to take a midday snooze.
An inspiration for many, Grunewald showed that it was okay to struggle.
The history of the oldest women’s-only race is the story of progress, but also of missed opportunities
In 'Running to the Edge,' a new book by New York Times sports editor Matthew Futterman, we learn the fascinating backstory of Bob Larsen, the man who coached Meb to glory.
Switzerland’s supreme court has suspended the IAAF’s testosterone regulations.
When you’re in your fourth decade, you’re still young enough to run a personal best. But it’s also the beginning of the end.
Sir Mo gives his sport some much-needed attitude
Alysia Montaño’s story is yet another reminder of how tough it is for contracted endurance athletes
After vanquishing all his human competition, the world’s best marathoner will again take on the clock
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