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How some race organizers are making changes to become more sustainable, and 3 ways you can make a difference.

After 2020, holding the event at all will be a victory in itself

A massive storm led to a record-breaking 60-hour shutdown at Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon last weekend, followed by a day of private skiing exclusively for those already in the area

Signing up for a race right now is a weird mix of optimism and being in denial

On Sunday the gold medalist became the first American to take the eight-day stage race in Italy

There's no better way to celebrate these holidays than by exploring our public lands

Work life got turned upside down this year, and many people are just thankful they have any job at all. But some companies have gone above and beyond to not just survive, but thrive.

What was promoted as an innovative new online event has come to a halt as employees and contractors allege missed payments

How America’s “#1 Runners’ Restaurant” helped bring a community and its police force closer together

On the Dirty Kanza and the cycling world's reckoning with a racist, exclusionary past

Most endurance events are canceled for the summer, but Spartan Race will hold its first event since the pandemic from June 13 to 14 in Florida

Organizers of the popular Grinduro California gravel event wanted to do better than its 15 percent non-male participation rate. So they set aside spots for women, femmes, and trans and nonbinary people, and sold out in four hours.

With the coronavirus bringing global travel to a halt, take this time to pare down your dream destinations to the ones that really matter to you

Instead of figuring out what to do about the 2020 race, organizers should start planning for next year and use the opportunity to finally create a true women's Tour de France. Here's how it could work.

It’s an isolated struggle against an invisible adversary for an indefinite amount of time. Sound familiar?

As the pandemic continues to surge and major races are canceled, we can return to running for its own sake

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