With over 1,300 feet of climbing, the race will favor “grinders.”
The Games have always been political. That’s a given. But is the IOC also trying to fix a problem that doesn’t exist?
It's a new year, and the LetsRun message boards are making some adjustments.
It's not easy to make a living as a professional mountain runner, but the globe-trotting Coloradan is doing it on his own terms. We sent our writer on a weeklong bus trip with Gates (and a bunch of...
The experts have spoken on what we will see in the coming year.
From Caster Semenya to the rise and fall of the Oregon Project, it's been an eventful ten years
At last weekend's California International Marathon, several runners made it by the skin of their teeth.
Two new books take opposing views on one of the most contentious issues in sports.
Going into this year’s North Face Endurance Challenge Championship, Clare Gallagher was among the favorites. Unfortunately for Gallagher, it was one of those days.
In Cain’s case, her mistreatment led to athletic decline. But what if it hadn’t?
Roberta Groner and Sinead Diver reflect on what it means to be “young in running years.”
Following a breakthrough in shoe design, the IAAF might have to start regulating footwear. We asked the best runners in the world for their two cents.
The Olympic Trials are only a few months away, but Des Linden and Jared Ward aren't afraid to hammer the streets of New York.
After a career that brought numerous national titles and American records, she will continue on as a professional coach for the Bowerman Track Club
Brigid Kosgei just ran 2:14 in Chicago—but she believes a woman can run sub-2:10.
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