The father-son duo of Dick and Rick Hoyt conquered over 1,100 endurance events worldwide, including more than 70 marathons
Experts break down the ADA laws surrounding service dogs and emotional support animals at races
Kona? Out. St. George? In. Instead of the Big Island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, triathlon’s Big Show will take place in southwestern Utah.
Author Susan Lacke confesses to the social anxiety of joining a group run, and why it is worth overcoming the fear.
How lessons from the marathon legend's master class can make you a faster runner.
How science is bridging the gap between physical and mental health.
Do high-tech prosthetics give runners a competitive advantage?
And the simple solution to keep them active.
Why runners get better together: 7 scientifically-proven reasons you should find a training partner or group.
Step away from the scale and embrace these proven ways to improve speed without worrying about weight loss.
Why should Fido stay home while you have all the fun on race day? With Canicross, both dog and human share in the thrill of chasing a PR (and maybe a few squirrels).
What runners used to believe makes us laugh—and wonder what current “truths” will survive.
A new study shows that even 70 year-olds can build muscles quite effectively, regardless of how much (or how little) you have done before.
Don’t use a poor race result as a weapon to beat yourself up. Use it as a tool to get stronger.
This Swiss mountain “race for nobody” should be on every runner’s bucket list for its beauty, challenge and community spirit.
Caution: Reading this will cause extreme wanderlust.
A running buddy sees your limitless potential, celebrates the best, tolerates the worst, and is always up for a questionable adventure—like a birthday run in the Grand Canyon.
Size does matter, it seems, but neither short feet nor flat arches doom you to the back of the pack.
We investigated whether it's possible to get a healthy and delicious meal in a bottle
Your first ultra will be hard, but these races will make it just a bit easier
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