The psychology behind why we get so nervous before a race and strategies for coping with the impending pain
New big-data study digs into hitting the wall in the marathon, revealing who is most likely to crash, when, and how much it will cost you.
Don't just dominate the hills, conquer the whole course by running more strategically and finishing faster.
Rules, rules and more rules. In the Olympics, you have to do more than just run fast to reach the finish line.
Research shows how you address yourself on challenging runs affects your performance.
Many races are coming back in 2021, but don’t expect to pick up right where you left off.
A test to predict what you could run in a mile race today, that doubles as a unique workout.
Jenny Simpson's final race as a college runner was a fascinating example of how the mind can limit the body
How creating adaptable goals can keep us in the focus of Flow during the heat of hard running.
6 Strategies to help you stay focused, dig deep and taste success when racing alone.
Six elite American runners share their training and strategy around a tune-up half marathon six weeks out from the marathon.
How to calculate the right half-marathon pace for your level of race fitness, plus workouts and strategies to ensure that you’re ready to run it.
Running the second half of a race faster than you run the first half is a proven formula for success.
Sara Hall and Jared Ward both focus on: "Run the mile you're in."
Pushing the pace downhill is tempting, but carries a cost that negates any time gains. Here's why.
An elite runner comes to grips with training amid other life priorities and still racing hard even when the goal is to have fun.
Top American marathoners share how they deal with race-week concerns of excess energy, changing schedules and travel worries.
Scheduling two races close together can create rewarding new challenges but requires strategic training and a flexible, positive attitude.
Lessons from Millrose: Grant Fisher and Kate Grace Share Their Strategies for Toeing the Line with Confidence
What do top milers and top marathoners have in common? They both train consistently, year-round, and their fitness lets them race well at any time at almost any distance.