At the 2019 Los Angeles Marathon, Adam Gorlitsky will set out to become the first American paraplegic to walk 26.2 miles—and bust his British rival's 36-hour time in the process. But his real dream is to bring assisted mobility to people with disabilities.
In an excerpted chapter from his new memoir, '26 Marathons,' the road racing legend recalls the first time he ran America’s most famous race
The new running standards are ridiculously complex. Here's what that means.
A new statistical approach brings sophisticated probability analysis to the future of marathoning
The oldest woman to swim the English Channel wants to continue knocking off marathon swims into her 80s
Want to see more people on bikes? Get over yourself and the rest will follow.
In advance of her marathon debut, we spoke to Sisson about racing, recovery, and what it’s like to have Molly Huddle as a training partner
A detailed analysis of historical Boston results wades into the long-running debate on sex differences in endurance
In the age of specialization, it’s refreshing to see a big name get outside his comfort zone
Keep it simple. Consistency is key. Get out of your own way.
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