Martin Fritz Huber

Martin Fritz Huber

We Shouldn't Care Where a Runner Is Born

In October, two-time Olympic medalist Galen Rupp won the Chicago Marathon, becoming the first American man to do so since Khalid Khannouchi broke the tape in Grant Park in 2002.

So Long, Meb!

Others were faster, but nobody was better.

Tracksmith's Unapologetic Elitism

On its website, apparel company Tracksmith describes itself as a "champion for the Running Class." Who belongs in this mysterious demographic?

An Ode to Fall Running

I've always been a sucker for the promise of summer. It's a promise that, of course, will feel unfulfilled by the time Labor Day comes around. Hence, there's always a hint of late-season melancholy.

Yes, Running Clothes Are Hideous

The period immediately following my Thursday night session is one of the psychological high points of my week. There's only one downside: Afterward, sweat-soaked and staggering like someone coming...

Track and Field's Hall of Shame

The 2017 IAAF World Championships came to a close on Sunday in London. As with the 2012 Olympics, which also took place in the English capital, the latest installment of the biennial event appears to...

Are We Being Unfair to Justin Gatlin?

For the majority of spectators on hand for Saturday night’s IAAF World Championships 100-meter final, it was supposed to be the Usain Bolt show—a glorious last hurrah for the fastest human in history.

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