Track and Field
After two more star runners have been excluded by World Athletics’ policy, the governing body will have to reap what it has sown
With Rule 40 restrictions looming, this is the time for athletes to tout their sponsors
The multiple American record holder is a huge fan favorite—does that give us a biased view of her case?
Hobbs Kessler is taking the running world by storm
After 2020, holding the event at all will be a victory in itself
Former Princeton runner Russell Dinkins argues that universities should preserve their "most accessible" sport
The company is upending the traditional athlete contract model, by hiring Mary Cain and Nick Willis as full-time employees
You know things are bad when the athletes and USATF are on the same page
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
Crunching the data suggests that distance runners at this year’s track world champs paced more aggressively than ever
For years, the Oregon Project coach pushed the boundaries of what was allowed. Now, it has finally caught up to him.
Is this the end of her career as an 800-meter runner?
The IAAF is worried about “losing the next generation of female athletes.” Here's a breakdown of both sides of the debate.
‘The Runner’ features Charles Nkazamyampi's return to his home in Burundi to mentor kids in need of support
American sprinting, Shelby Houlihan, Caster Semenya. The list goes on.
Elite runners often compete in shoe prototypes. Should the practice be banned?
The pro runner suffered an injury in the middle of the Olympics. Here's how she plotted her comeback.
The recent story about Katelyn Tuohy perpetuates a dangerous narrative: that normal physical development is a hurdle to overcome