With so much to do and see, you'll forget you have a race to run
From Caster Semenya to the rise and fall of the Oregon Project, it's been an eventful ten years
At last weekend's California International Marathon, several runners made it by the skin of their teeth
The cross-country skiing icon was beginning a new chapter in life when a diagnosis changed everything
Like an old friend, this stick of personal lubricant is always there when you need it, through the good times and the really awkward ones
A new analysis tracks people doing 35 hours of exercise per week for a decade, and finds no evidence of heart risks
After Kirstie Ennis lost her leg, she climbed some of the hardest mountains in the world. And she’s just getting started.
Scientists can forecast marathon performance fairly accurately. But for longer distances, things get complicated.
"Avoid pooping your pants at all costs"
Roberta Groner and Sinead Diver reflect on what it means to be “young in running years”
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