As the pandemic continues to surge and major races are canceled, we can return to running for its own sake
New lab data from a record-setting 59-year-old offers insights on how we age—and, potentially, how to avoid it
The women's race was about working together, while the men's race was about fighting alone
At the U.S. Olympic Trials, amateur runners have nothing to lose
Argeo Cruz ran the standard. But he had a much tougher obstacle to contend with.
Asia's most prestigious marathon is the latest victim of the coronavirus
If the qualifying standard gets harder, will it dissuade runners from aiming high?
Harold Bennally wanted to run the Boston Marathon in moccasins. So he planned a fundraiser on the Navajo Nation to get there.
Iain Mickle's secret to tackling sub-three-hour marathons late into his fifties? Running buddies.
Track and field's governing body, World Athletics, has prohibited racing in prototypes and issued a limit on stack heights
With over 1,300 feet of climbing, the race will favor "grinders"
At last weekend's California International Marathon, several runners made it by the skin of their teeth
Roberta Groner and Sinead Diver reflect on what it means to be “young in running years”
Following a breakthrough in shoe design, the IAAF might have to start regulating footwear. We asked the best runners in the world for their two cents.
The Olympic Trials are only a few months away, but Des Linden and Jared Ward aren't afraid to hammer the streets of New York
The Swedish company Maurten's hydrogel drink has taken the endurance world by storm over the last two years. Now scientists are testing their claims.
Maggie Guterl became the first woman to win the Big Dog Backyard Ultra, the race with no end
I got a lot done. (OK, a little done.)
Performing under unprecedented pressure, the Kenyan became the first human to run a marathon in under two hours
The two-hour barrier and the women’s marathon world record both fell this weekend. The history makers, Eliud Kipchoge and Brigid Kosgei, have one obvious thing in common.
A new study quantifies the time gained and lost from the geography of the INEOS 1:59 Challenge course, and suggests that you don’t need to sweat the curves
Their coach might have been sanctioned, but Nike Oregon Project runners are slated to compete this weekend
A handful of new products are claiming they can. The jury's still out on whether they deliver enough of an edge to justify the agony.
Distance running’s G.O.A.T. is unpredictable and flawed. Just like the rest of us.
This weekend, the world’s best mountain runner sets his sights on Pikes Peak
A pair of presentations explore the biomechanics of the controversial shoe, and whether it wards off marathon-induced muscle damage