With every race canceled, runners face logistical and ethical dilemmas. Some have turned to unusual solutions.
As the pandemic continues to surge and major races are canceled, we can return to running for its own sake
The outlandish-looking trail model is designed to enhance stability. Here's how it stacks up.
A record number of participants took part in the most thrilling marathon on American soil
The women's race was about working together, while the men's race was about fighting alone
At the U.S. Olympic Trials, amateur runners have nothing to lose
Argeo Cruz ran the standard. But he had a much tougher obstacle to contend with.
What the Dave Scott-Thomas and Alberto Salazar scandals have in common
Asia's most prestigious marathon is the latest victim of the coronavirus
If the qualifying standard gets harder, will it dissuade runners from aiming high?
Track and field's governing body, World Athletics, has prohibited racing in prototypes and issued a limit on stack heights
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 sweaty strangers) to find out more.