Performing under unprecedented pressure, the Kenyan became the first human to run a marathon in under two hours
Their coach might have been sanctioned, but Nike Oregon Project runners are slated to compete this weekend
Don’t let winter cold banish you to the treadmill
For years, the Oregon Project coach pushed the boundaries of what was allowed. Now, it has finally caught up to him.
On Sunday, Kenenisa Bekele shocked the running world by winning the Berlin Marathon in 2:01:41
As John Carlos and Tommie Smith are about to be inducted in the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, others face punishment for similar acts.
It’s a humid, mid-September evening in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The OSR10K is about to be unleashed on this unsuspecting waterfront neighborhood.
The IAAF World Championships are happening when the season should already be over
Unsurprisingly, the implications of this debate ripple far beyond the sport
By offering minimal prize money, the sport’s most prestigious race might be excluding the best runners
Whether Kilian Jornet breaks the Pikes Peak record this weekend is very uncertain
Being older is not necessarily a disadvantage in ultrarunning
Ever since Nike launched the first Vaporfly, of which there have since been two updated versions, there have been debates about whether the shoe—specifically the carbon-plated midsole—should be...
Is this the end of her career as an 800-meter runner?
Following months of uncertainty, the most exciting marathon on U.S. soil has been upgraded to “Gold Label” status. Here’s what that means.