There's something a little gimmicky about celebrating distance purely for distance's sake.
Yes, televised track and field can be exciting. But don’t take our word for it.
Tailor your training to the race you're going to run.
Yes, it's possible to find helpful training advice online—if you know where to look.
Caster Semenya and Dutee Chand, female athletes with atypically high testosterone levels, are drawing attention to the very messy debate about who counts as a woman in track and field.
The Jamaican sprinter always seemed to be having a great time. We'll miss him.
Yes, he was a shameless self-promoter. Yes, we need more athletes like him.
For the sub-elite running class, it can be hard to decide when those five a.m. 15-milers are no longer worth it.
We all want to trade in the indoor workout for time in nature's gym. But before you do, master these four ground movements to make your training after and more effective.
In an effort to be more inclusive and entice more viewers, the 2020 Games will feature a mixed 4x400.
Another high schooler just went under four. We traced the milestone back to Roger Bannister.
With their new drug testing policy, the race hopes to lead the anti-doping charge across ultrarunning—but the sport still has a long way to go.
It's been more than four decades since his death, and distance running hasn't yet found anyone who can match his bravado.
The Olympic marathon champ—who hopes to become the first woman over 60 to run a sub-3-hour marathon this fall—shares her hard-fought wisdom.
The sport still has a long way to go, but these leaders are pushing for more diversity.