U.S. women runners are on fire right now. Why are most of them coached by men?
Because running doesn’t have to be dorky
An in-depth biomechanical analysis of nearly everyone at the world track championships yields unexpected results
American sprinting, Shelby Houlihan, Caster Semenya. The list goes on.
South African Caster Semenya will challenge the new rule in court, while the science looks a little shaky
They might seem arbitrary, but benchmarks help define the sport
Elite runners often compete in shoe prototypes. Should the practice be banned?
The pro runner suffered an injury in the middle of the Olympics. Here's how she plotted her comeback.
The recent story about Katelyn Tuohy perpetuates a dangerous narrative: that normal physical development is a hurdle to overcome
Beer tents, circus acts, and Olympic-caliber performances: the Night of the 10,000 PBs is the future of track and field
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