The elite marathoner wants you to know that trail runners deserve our respect
The big sole of the Clifton 5 gave testers a cushy, stable ride. At 15.2 ounces, they’re on the heavier side, but Mom’s feet will be happy with the extra cushioning and support.
Rickey Gates ran 1,303 miles on the streets of San Francisco over 46 days, from November through December
The Consumer Product Safety Commission tried to recall strollers it claimed were defective, but the newly appointed chair stopped it
Whether you plan on conquering a 5K, an Ironman, or something in between in 2019, Endure is essential reading. Written by Outside contributor Alex Hutchinson, it blends cutting-edge science and gripping storytelling to prove that the key to succeeding at endurance events is training your mind.
Strap this 1.5-inch-wide band around your ankle for an easy bit of reflectivity that’s more likely to catch a driver’s eye, thanks to the movement of your legs. The hook and loop closure is simple to use, and you can adjust it to be worn on a bare ankle or…
Add a bit of reflectivity to any part of your exposed skin with this wax-based spread, which rolls on like deodorant but glows like a club kid at a rave. It’s made from seven natural ingredients, and you can even apply it to your clothing if you’re running in cold…
The FlipBelt is designed to enable you to carry your phone and keys on a run without any bouncing or chafing. This version adds a neon green reflective stripe to the mix to boost your visibility. It’s stretchy, moisture wicking, and has room to fit a small water bottle.
If it’s truly cold during your night run, you’ll need a layer to keep your ears warm. The Greenlight is a mix of polyester and spandex that wicks moisture, dries fast, and has reflective hits on the front and back for added visibility.
The race is a celebration of the amateur athlete
The two-year-old brand makes some of the most comfortable, best-fitting running kit we've tried
The world’s biggest marathon is more than just a race. It offers the illusion of unity.
After the craziest race in decades, a controversy emerged about prize money. Luckily, this story has a happy ending.
For the winner of the inaugural women’s Olympic marathon, watching younger women triumph keeps her inspired
Caribou Legs, a film from The Solidarity Union, follows Bradley Firth as he runs from 4,600 miles from Vancouver to St. John's. He battles his own inner demons of drug addiction and alcoholism while raising awareness for systemic violence against indigenous women.
Sometimes setting an unreasonable goal is the only way to jump-start your fitness
No runner was made in a day. And for every runner, there is a story of origin; a familiar trail, high school track, or a road. This is that story.
Sure, the fitness app makes training and racing more social, but running is meant to be isolating. The question is: Can we run without it?
Americans ran a lot this year and uploaded to Strava more than ever. Here's how your state stacked up.
Are the Hash House Harriers a nearly century-old orienteering group dash, a drinking club with a running problem, or just Tinder for runners? Our correspondent intended to find out.
A new social media initiative has many prominent endurance athletes publicly speaking out against doping. But in order to affect real change, the initiative has to come from the top down.
A powerhouse trio of American women—Molly Huddle, Gwen Jorgensen, and Kim Conley—all made their marathon debuts this past weekend in New York. Here's what they learned and what they wish they had done differently.
Pete Kostelnick just broke one of the toughest running records in history, logging an average of 72 miles for 42 days straight. He's the latest in a line of runners going back 120 years who have tested their mettle by crossing the country on foot.
Why do the times of some of the best amateur marathoners in America keep getting worse?
'Crossroads' follows the story of King and Greenwood as they run the legendary Comrades Ultra in South Africa.
An independent investigation finds it implausible that the British ultrarunner completed the attempt without outside assistance
We talked to five people leading vastly different lives about how and why they fit running into their busy schedules
What can you learn from looking at the data from over 80 million runs? A lot, actually.
Artistically-inclined future Olympian Alexi Pappas made an indie movie about the thrills of competition, with some autobiography thrown in
Czech running phenomenon Emil Zátopek was unstoppable on the track. Outside of the arena, living in a Soviet satellite state, was where things got complicated.
What can your half-marathon performance say about making the jump to full marathons? We crunch the numbers.
We thought these kicks were an April Fools' prank. Turns out they're real.
For a decade, the African nation of Burundi was home to a unique phenomenon: group jogs involving thousands of people who hit the streets to sing, socialize, and sometimes protest the nation’s authoritarian president, Pierre Nkurunziza. In March 2014, he banned the activity. As conflicts threaten to boil over—and the body count continues to rise—runners have become both weapons and victims.