The pre-race gear shot is just something a lot of runners do. But why do they do it?
If nothing else, last summer’s perverse bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor proved that a compelling storyline is what sells sporting events.
For the winner of the inaugural women’s Olympic Marathon, watching younger women triumph keeps her inspired.
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.
Like any great race, the NYC Marathon is the sum of its parts.
Others were faster, but nobody was better.
In desperate times, even desperate measures won't suffice.
What we (shouldn't) talk about when we talk about running.
On its website, apparel company Tracksmith describes itself as a "champion for the Running Class." Who belongs in this mysterious demographic?
Earlier this month, Edward Cheserek, a recent University of Oregon graduate and arguably the best collegiate runner in U.S. history, competed for the first time as a professional athlete.
Pro road racing keeps putting too much emphasis on lowering the world record.
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.
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...
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...
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.