The new running standards are ridiculously complex. Here's what that means.
Including, but not limited to, films on taxidermists, Olympians, and one very scary night for a park ranger
What’s worse than missing a world record by one-hundredth of a second?
2019 has already been an eventful year in doping news. If the Olympics don’t care about clean athletes, why should we care about the Olympics?
More fat shoes, farewell to Flanagan, and the continued dominance of Kipchoge
How halfpipe skier Cassie Sharpe stays on top after winning Olympic gold
You don't have to be an Olympic-caliber athlete to ski with one
Physiologist Alena Grabowski is studying whether prostheses give athletes a competitive advantage
After years of being the bad guy, athletics’ international governing body is in a unique position to defend what’s right.
With climbing making its debut in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Adam Ondra is training for his first gold medal.
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