Sharon Gayter’s closely monitored world record reveals insights on marathon fueling, pacing, and strategy
In an excerpt from his new book, ‘Do Hard Things,’ Steve Magness explains a clever tactic to combat anxiety and free yourself to perform
To make the World Athletics Championships team, American athletes must finish in the top three at one of the most competitive meets ever held
Eighteen years ago, I was one of the best runners in the country, then a mysterious fatigue took that away. Now I’m learning to appreciate the running I still can do.
A new study compares active and passive interval recoveries, but physiology isn’t the only factor to consider
Between the charming small town and countless wineries, there is great trail running to be found in Walla Walla, Washington
How does a brand improve on the world’s fastest marathon shoe? It makes it more suitable for the masses, not just the best of the best.
Choose wisely to take care of your skin and the planet at the same time
How to train your proprioception to more effectively control body movements and improve power, speed, agility, and durability
The algorithms used to estimate your training load have some fundamental flaws, scientists say
Set yourself up for sleep success with these important tips
Perfect for the on-the-go adventurer, these portable products make sunscreen application—and reapplication—easy
These shoes may not be traditional, but they’ll fit your lifestyle like a glove
The new foundation is supported by Scott Sports
Being metabolically flexible helps performance, but do you need an app to track it?
A skateboarder, business owner, husband, and friend, DJ Stewart was just getting started
Pro trail runner Abby Hall shares lessons that can help other runners achieve their goals, whether they’re just starting out or training for an ultra
Get an all-access pass to the San Francisco sights, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, and Haight Street. With views both known and new, this bucket list event is waiting for you!
The Swiss Alps are home to an incredible new hut-to-hut runners’ route called the Via Valais. It’s a little demanding—150 miles, nine stages, and 42,000 feet of elevation gain—but if you can take it on, you’re guaranteed one of the most spectacular adventures of your life.
Like the two-hour marathon chase, next month’s assault on the seven- and eight-hour Ironman barriers will require some rule-bending
Celebrate your miles all summer long with a crisp and refreshing nonalcoholic beer that won’t undo your hard work
INOV-8's newest shoe is built to help you push your limits
After an extended break from competition, the masters champ has already broken a world record on the track this year. Here are four strategies she uses to run forever.
Professional athletes and everyday recreationalist swear by active recovery with OOFOS
Scientists studying mice found that their competitive efforts depended on their social ranking rather than their strength or speed
For some pro runners, having the freedom to choose their footwear is worth more than a contract
Five years ago, Thomas “Rivs” Puzey competed in the famed marathon’s elite field. This year, he was happy to be among the last to cross the finish line.
The brand took its time entering the super-shoe race, but its new, responsive model for marathoners was worth the wait
Through storytelling, she hopes to share the experience of runners of color and move the running industry toward more authentic inclusivity
The elite athlete opens up about the pressures to be light and fast—and her journey toward a healthier relationship with her body and performance
You can’t run fast without using your arms—or can you?
Take your gardening indoors with houseplants. Use these tips to place them in proper sunlight, water them correctly, and feed them so they survive and thrive.
The Bowerman Track Club failed its own athletes by not being transparent about its relationship with the suspended star
In their recent release, Molly Huddle and Sara Slattery push back against conditions that curtail the running careers of young women, with stories from 50 who’ve made it
In this excerpt from his new book ‘Running Throughout Time: the Greatest Running Stories Ever Told,’ Roger Robinson surfaces an incredible bit of sports history: the Great Marathon Derby of 1909.
Despite years of research, the athletic potential of Montmorency cherries isn’t as sweet as it sounds
The ultrarunning multi-world-record holder talks about sustaining longevity and the biggest thrill of her illustrious career
Can two and a half minutes of instruction turn you into a better athlete? Givego thinks so.
Recipes and advice from the women behind one of Alaska's most conscious salmon purveyors
Australian gearmaker 2XU is beloved by everyone from new moms to Olympic athletes. Now they are looking to create a fitter, healthier world.
An analysis of pro cycling data finds that altitude-born South American riders race better at high altitudes than their lowland-born rivals
This trail shoe was designed to provide comfort, stability, and speed no matter what terrain you’re tackling
Thanks to a number of world-class races, a community-focused running culture, historical landmarks, and accessible wooded trails, the nation’s capital is one of the best urban running environments in the country
What motivates someone to run more than 3,000 miles around a block in Queens, New York? Transcendence.
And why we’re already stoked for next season
Eating right looks different for athletes, and following vague nutrition maxims can have a surprisingly negative impact
With input from its elite athletes, Under Armour built a new kind of trainer—without a rubber outsole—that blurs the line between speed and comfort
New findings suggest that results from large training studies can’t be generalized to individuals
The fell runner from the UK came to the sport relatively late, but she seems to be making up for lost time
Cultivate consistency, stay motivated year-round, and improve your speed and strength with these lessons—and staple fartlek workout—from On Athletics Club’s head coach
Drew Petersen seemed like just another free-spirited mountain dude. But the pain he was hiding nearly destroyed him.
Whether they want to or not, organizations like World Athletics and the International Olympic Committee have shed the mantle of neutrality
Critiques about body size and type can not only cause physical and mental harm but also reinforce implicit gatekeeping in sports
Most studies on sports performance don’t include women. The team behind Stanford’s FASTR program is creating a new approach—and building a healthier culture for female athletes.
New research explores how physical and mental factors affect how athletes raise their game when it counts