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The sport still has a long way to go, but these leaders are pushing for more diversity.
What the sport's best have learned from taking time off and coming back.
A new proposal would scrap all track and field world records set before 2005, all in the name of the war on doping. Will the radical measure do any good?
No matter how your big race went, feeling a little empty after it's finally over is normal.
In its quest to make the audience care about leading man Percy Fawcett, the blockbuster gives us a more sanitized (and boring) version of the real-life explorer
Why it's more upsetting when endurance athletes fail drug tests than when NFL or MLB players do.
After closing in 1996, Boston's Eliot Lounge is coming back—if only for the weekend.
Be good to the runner in your life.
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A new initiative called Run Wild wants to give runners a platform to make their voices heard
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Marathon training can be overwhelming, but some things just aren't worth the stress.
In mid-January, a small village in the Austrian Alps briefly made international headlines when it was in need of a new hermit. Saalfelden, in the state of Salzburg, is one of the only places in...