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Cait Chock
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.

Some words of wisdom from one of the most consistently excellent marathoners of the past decade

The star runner’s decision to be less public on the app illustrates how pro athletes have to find a tricky balance between privacy and exposure

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.

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.

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Through storytelling, she hopes to share the experience of runners of color and move the running industry toward more authentic inclusivity

The ultrarunning multi-world-record holder talks about sustaining longevity and the biggest thrill of her illustrious career

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

Otherworldly talent has its own irresistible magnetism. We can’t help but be seduced.    

How the Knob Creek bourbon distilling company got 100 bartenders fit by invoking the anti-running, retro culture of jogging

Two-time Olympic medalist Nick Willis credits his longevity to residing in a college town. And not doing too many vomit-inducing workouts.

The 35-year-old made the switch after giving birth to her fourth child. Here’s what we can learn from her experience.

The legendary naturalist-ultrarunner discusses his highs and lows over decades of training, running a 50K at age 81 after a car accident, and what comes next

The unlikely new American record holder in the marathon believes her best racing days are still ahead of her

Jeannie Rice was among headliners in the Age Group World Championships at the London Marathon. She shares how she's faster in her 70s than she was in her 60s.

After a frustrating year, Stinson is training stronger than ever. He and coach Dathan Ritzenhein share his strategy and workouts as he aims for a Boston breakthrough.

After missing the Olympic team for the first time in her career, America’s most-decorated 1500-meter runner is making a leap to the 10 miler on September 12.

1500m Olympic medalist Josh Kerr and his Coach Danny Mackey on the training, psychology and key workouts that led to him to become one of the best middle distance runners in the world.

Meet Bernd Heinrich, naturalist, author, and ultra runner. He lives off the grid, climbs trees with great glee, and can still run hard at 81.

Like all runners, the athletes of the Paralympics overcome obstacles to reach the top — they just have different challenges. 

How one runner and researcher found himself immersed in the culture of those who never, ever take a day off from running, and the patterns he uncovered amongst those in the community.

As a new film comes out about his 1:59 marathon, Kipchoge talks about training, challenges, motivation and running until he's 100.

Two studies analyzed 7 years of training done by Olympic gold medalist Jakob Ingebrigtsen and his two stellar siblings. Here's what the researchers found.

Elise Cranny, 25, won the 5,000 meters at the Olympic Trials to make the Tokyo Games, and has qualified for the finals. She got there by celebrating every step forward.

Hillary Bor, who leads the U.S. team in the steeplechase at the Tokyo Olympics, is one of three world-class running brothers. Their journey to Team USA is fascinating.

After a year of tumultuous changes, the former NCAA champion talks about his switch to the ON Athletics Club ahead of the Tokyo Games, the intensified training he’s undergoing, and his Olympic goals (and beyond).

Emily Sisson and her coach share the training, key workouts, and race strategies that got her ready for her dominant win at the Olympic Trials 10,000m and headed to Tokyo strong and confident.

A look inside the training group of U.S. Olympians Paul Chelimo, Hilary Bor and Benard Keter, plus some of their key workouts on the road to Tokyo.

Abdi shares how he has prepared for the Tokyo Olympic marathon, how he keeps going strong, and how he always manages to bring his best game when it matters.

In Episode 15 of the Endurance Podcast, host Ian Sharman talks with running nutritionist Meredith Terranova about fueling for races, training the gut, various diets and racing weight.

The collegiate champion and Canadian record holder reveals why he’s stronger than ever after a year without racing, how his training has changed, and some go-to workouts.

Running every single day — through illness, injury, and dangerous weather — is not only opposed to nearly any training philosophy, but also kind of crazy. We asked runners on their 4th, 5th and 6th decades why and how they do it.

An international network of clubs and events for queer runners.

Here's how the septuagenarian has trained his body and mind to face the challenges of the WS-100's difficult course and expected blistering heat.

Building a nationwide network for LGBTQ+ runners.

Riley’s training, under coach Lee Troop, is a lot like the marathon: Relentless. Here are 6 training principles and 3 key workouts that got him on the U.S. team and ready to push for the Games.

How the Dathan Ritzenhein-coached On Athletics Club has made huge strides in its first year — and what you can learn from them to apply to your own training.

An extended cross country season may have been an ‘X’ factor that catapulted Notre Dame’s Yared Nuguse to the next level in his running career.

Webb talks with us as he takes aim at Grandma's Marathon, fresh off a 1:13 half marathon after using pandemic time to redefine his physique.

Hocker, Oregon standout and Olympic hopeful, shares training principles and perspectives that every runner can use.

In Episode 14 of the Endurance Podcast, host Ian Sharman talks with ultra-champion Yassine Diboun about the many benefits of group training, physical performance, mental health, learning, and fun.

A race to promote mental health and safety of the LGBTQ+ community.

The Bowerman Track Club rookie reveals some of her favorite workouts (and the toughest ones, too).

Galloway has done more for the sport of running than anyone I ever met, no matter what you think of "Gallowalking."

Four Finnish runners explain the nuanced meanings of "sisu," the legendary trait that epitomizes the essence of great distance runners.

After training in Ethiopia, an elite marathoner starts to learn their success stems as much from how they approach running as from what they do in training.

The former Wired editor, now CEO of The Atlantic, Nicholas Thompson is busier — and faster — than ever at 45. Here's how the new age-group American 50K record-holder does it.

How a headstrong teenager took the Minnesota State High School League to court in the 1970s, setting a precedent for high school girls to compete in sports.

A behind-the-scenes photo essay of Desiree Linden's record-setting 50K run in Oregon.

The unexpected sports expertise of elite runners and why they value their other athletic pursuits.

Training in the African running powerhouse of Ethiopia may look completely different, but their practices reflect universal principles you can use.

Four areas the ultrarunning champion is focused on as she moves further into the master ranks, plus expert advice on how to build your longevity in the sport.

After disappointment at the Olympic Marathon Trials, Emily Sisson took time to examine her weaknesses.

Five individuals, duos, and groups of women spanning the globe fighting for a new era in running defined by equality, belonging, and empowerment. 

Purrier and Coach Mark Coogan explain the strategy and workouts they use to build aerobic power.

The author of Out of Thin Air lived and trained with Ethiopian distance runners for 15 months and gives us an insider look at their lifestyle and culture.

When passion for running becomes a harmful addiction, diversifying a sense of self can help to heal the relationship.

A new book chronicles a 330 mile run in honor of the Navajo Long Walk.

Physiology journal report reveals how lifetime sub 3-hour marathoners declined less than 7 percent per decade.

For over 10 years, Daniels had been plagued by stress fractures along with Achilles and high hamstring injuries. Here's how and why he finally slowed down to build a healthier running foundation.

We spoke with the world record holder for the fastest 100 miles run on a treadmill to learn how to mind-hack our way to a more enjoyable treadmill run.

As athletes, we tend to glorify discipline, but sometimes it’s necessary to move on to new activities and identities.

How becoming less selfish in our running can help us reclaim our sense of self.

Speaking with Native runners about their cultural connections to running, and what we all can learn by welcoming in, listening to, and supporting Native runners.

Child phenom Bria Wetch was expected to burn out. She tells how, after some road bumps, she's still getting better 20 years later.

Martin used modest mileage and impressive lactate-threshold workouts to run the fastest marathon ever for a U.S.-born African American, 2:11:05.

Curiosity, resiliency, and spirituality have propelled Sara Hall to unexpected marathon success in her late thirties. She intends to explore her potential as long as she still loves to run.

Dhani Jones hosts Kionte Storey on Someone Like Me, a series of conversations with outstanding individuals in endurance sports of different backgrounds, including BIPOC, transgender, and adaptive athletes.

Little known before this year, D’Amato, 36, has been setting records since June and tells how she trains and races.

Albertson got faster when he decided that “running is easy.” After placing 7th in the Marathon Trials, he's done some crazy training this fall and now he’s aiming for a 2:09.

We spoke with the former University of Michigan All-American and recent XC Town USA Meet of Champions victor about the highs and lows of his running career, and how he’s built resilience.

Bring your comeback questions to this member Q&A on Dec. 9. What can we learn from top athletic comebacks? And how can you stage a comeback in your own life?

Spence was ready to give up on the marathon. Until he turned his training upside down.

Elite runners train hard, even when they can't run many miles as they come back from an injury. 2:30-marathoner Becky Wade shows how as she details a week of her workouts.

Former elite marathoner Tina Muir discusses her experience with disordered eating, the warning signs for RED-S and what to do about it.

Spangler says a balanced training program with key confidence-building workouts, a more relaxed mental approach, and a “finely tuned taper” carried her to victory in the 1996 Olympic Marathon Trials.

After Sara Hall's second-place finish in the London Marathon, her coach (and husband) Ryan Hall discusses the ups and downs of the last year — indeed, of their entire careers.

Matt Hart talks about writing "Win At All Costs: Inside Nike Running and its Culture of Deception," an indictment of not only Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project, but Nike’s legacy of dubious ethics, sexism, and athlete doping.

Tracy Beth Høeg, accomplished ultra runner, MD and researcher talks about how COVID-19 affects runners, bone health, vision loss and hallucinations during ultras, the menstrual cycle and more.

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