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How failing in training and racing can make you a stronger runner

A Native runner reflects on land acknowledgments before races and in daily life

The murder of Eliza Fletcher highlights the freedoms that women runners are asked to surrender in the name of safety. Why not hold society accountable for violence?

Hawley is lucky that his awkward run didn’t end in injury, writes Zoë Rom

The cut-off time muddles the meaning of qualifying and jerks runners around, taking away much of what makes the experience great.

Further extending the separation of the elite field as its own race, male pros will leave Hopkinton 23 minutes before the masses.

How social media makes feeling good about your running even harder for today’s youth, and 5 ways to move beyond the comparison treadmill.