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Put the saltshaker down, America
Record every trip around the block
Cyclist also holds lead in North Star Grand Prix
While big corporations face pressure to post ingredients
Kitting up for your next marathon? Don't forget to bring these basics.
Sometimes you just get sick of roughing it
The multisport athlete wins at the GoPro Mountain Games for the eighth consecutive year
When it comes to big air, this dock dog is a natural
Makes the world a friendlier place, one hormone spritz at a time
Faces 10 years in federal prison
Scott plans 60-day stay on deserted rock
"Carfree" (not Carefree) is the motto
Paramotorist makes history as the first to complete the cross-country flying feat
Shades to be released June 23 go for the "hot nerd" look
If you're in it for the long haul, you might as well haul it in.
Only two cities seriously interested
Fastest kid in the world clocks in at 1:35:02
Tourists ride the wire at St. Maarten beach
Insists "human-caused" consensus is wrong
Why runners need to pay more attention to their hearts
Slowing down during runs will make you stronger and faster, so no more regretting the times you break into a stroll
Why your thoughts go from brilliant to batty on your run
Runners often think they have license to eat anything—and everything. And they're wrong.
Maybe being injured isn’t such a bad thing after all.
Here’s to being—and having—a running buddy worth the distance
If you’re lining up in the marathon corral without having used starting blocks, you’re doing yourself a serious disservice.
Have you ever wondered what your favorite routes say about you?
When you’re running 100-plus-mile races, you don’t experience epic success without epic fails. Dean Karnazes is well acquainted with both.
Run, but not from the law.
As athletes, we are always trying to break walls, but sometime we end up breaking ourselves.
In times of national crisis, America sees a boom in distance running. But why?
The future of fitness tech is here. And it’s dystopian.
Exercise hasn't always been the key to fitness and health. And for good reason—you need movement, not a running regimen to stay healthy.
Buckle up those shoes, pilgrim; it's time for a turkey trot. Do you know which race you're hitting up? We do.