The Willis Avenue Bridge is the gateway to the final miles of the New York City Marathon, where every runner has to dig deep.

This Swiss mountain “race for nobody” should be on every runner’s bucket list for its beauty, challenge and community spirit.

How the Peachtree Road Race, a local 10K in the mid-summer heat of Atlanta, came to be one of the world's largest and most competitive.

Combining traveling and racing can be tricky, but strategic planning and toggling between runner and tourist can allow you to enjoy the best of both.

Have You Ever Considered Running In 13 Countries In One Day? Probably not. But Josh Sanders did. And then he tried it. With 15 friends.

The engineer from Colorado Springs ran a big PR, qualified for the Olympic Trials—and beat half the elite field.

The Boston Marathon's course writes the script. Runners simply enact its strenuous narrative year after year. A brief history of tragedy and triumph.

The science behind those screaming quads and pain brain. Becuase once you're in, the Boston Marathon doesn't make it easy to get that finisher's medal.

You’ve heard of the Newton Hills— Moguls. Heartbreak? A molehill. The big hills of the Boston Marathon go down, and until now, they didn't have names.

The pros who ran Boston's downhills best take us through the course. Expert advice from Des Linden, Ryan Hall and Bill Rodgers.

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