Is your heart rate high, even on easy runs? Aerobic Deficiency Syndrome might explain why. Here’s how to fix it.
The psychology behind why we get so nervous before a race and strategies for coping with the impending pain
45,000 runners are expected to run this year’s Memorial Day 10K on May 29
Got your eye on an FKT? The MTL Skyfire 2 can take you there.
After running faster than Khalid Khannouchi and Galen Rupp, Canada’s fastest marathoner is riding the wave to the Paris 2024 Olympics
Real-time video coverage of ultrarunning events is becoming increasingly sophisticated. Is that a good thing?
Despite the proliferation of destination marathons, some runners are making a conscientious decision to stay closer to home. But they wouldn’t judge you.
Here are a handful of stellar eco-forward innovations that trail runners and race directors can add to their tool belts
The waste that comes from athletic gear and apparel is a structural problem, but individual actions still matter
Reflecting on key moments from the biggest weekend in running
Scott Fauble finished seventh in Boston for the third time
Pre-race favorite Eliud Kipchoge falters, fades to sixth place
The Lakota advocate will be running in prayer while making a new film about her experience as an Indigenous leader in the climate justice movement
The longtime race director has run Boston for half a century, and he doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon
The first woman to run the Boston Marathon creates art inspired by strength and movement
Here’s what organizers of the world's oldest annual marathon are doing to limit its carbon footprint, and how athletes can do the same
World champion Gotytom Gebreslase of Ethiopia headlines a stellar women's field that could take a shot at the course record in Boston in 2023
Gloria Ratti dedicated her career to lifting up female runners through her work at the Boston Athletic Association.
Des Linden, 2018 Boston Marathon champion reveals how her greatest moment almost never was in her new memoir.
Expert strength running coach Jason Fitzgerald wants us to keep our easy runs easy, but not forget the importance of workouts
The American ultrarunner set a new women’s world record on Saturday after logging 270.505 miles at the Sri Chinmoy 48-Hour Festival in Canberra, Australia
Since Linden began her career, there’s been a dramatic shift in how professional runners promote and present themselves to the world. We caught up with her about her new podcast, the expansion of running media, and how she decides whether to fire off a spicy tweet.
Chloe Abbott is an elite sprinter and Olympic-hopeful who trains under coach renowned Bobby Kersee.
Run the world’s largest night race and you’re bound to have one of the most unusual experiences of your life
Women Take The Lead Retreat is creating space for women of color in the running industry to network, learn, and connect with tools to advance their careers
Growing up as an immigrant had her believing that she had to be stronger than everybody else just to get by. When she started trail running, she was physically tested in ways she found thrilling.
A former elite runner finds her creative stride by designing activewear that tells the story of her family history in the French West Indies
With all the performative “empowerment” of women runners on this day, let this be a moment where we demand real change, real structural transformation, and real joy
We’re going the extra mile with 261 Fearless, our nonprofit partner that empowers women through running
The kindness of a stranger helped the organizer for the Boston Marathon overcome tragedy. Now she wants to pass the gift along, every day.
Relentless dedication and strength training are some of the keys to his success
Seventy years after his first cross-country race and 46 years after competing as an elite runner, the author competes—and triumphs—on a tough Australian course
Olympian and veteran elite coach Mark Coogan’s central advice on making the most of your miles
The Wings of America Boston Pursuit program provides a life-changing opportunity for high schoolers to learn about college and experience a wider world
American Yared Nuguse scorches the track en route to winning the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games, and other news from the track.
A physical therapist details what usually brings runners into his office and lays out strategies to keep you injury-free
Run a marathon. Recover mid-flight to another continent. Run a marathon. Rinse. Repeat.
The application period opens February 8 for the world’s largest marathon. Here’s the essential information you need to know.