For a decade, the African nation of Burundi was home to a unique phenomenon: group jogs involving thousands of people who hit the streets to sing, socialize, and sometimes protest the nation’s authoritarian president, Pierre Nkurunziza. In March 2014, he banned the activity. As conflicts threaten to boil over—and the body count continues to rise—runners have become both weapons and victims.
The Texas teenagers are growing up fast and still running strong
Once a contender, now a commentator, the marathon gold-medalist heads back to America's most iconic race. We caught up to hear his thoughts on last year—and predictions for this year's event.
Race Report 2014: Outside Endorsed Women's Races
Race Report 2014: Outside Endorsed Marathons
A guide to winning the Thanksgiving race, by the numbers
Last year, Hurricane Sandy put the kibosh on Gotham's biggest road race. This year the runners are back, and more jubilant than ever.
Because before you get to the finish line before you get to the starting line.
We had a handful of writers running the 117th Boston Marathon on Monday when a series of explosions rocked the city. Here are some of their stories.
What's the best way to get to know a new city? Put on your sneakers and move.
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