With a little help from technology, Joshua Cheptegei took down the 5,000-meter world record in Monaco last week

The company is upending the traditional athlete contract model, by hiring Mary Cain and Nick Willis as full-time employees

Coogan's was in business for 35 years but fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic

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

From Caster Semenya to the rise and fall of the Oregon Project, it's been an eventful ten years

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.

The IAAF World Championships are happening when the season should already be over

After cruising to victory in Doha, Caster Semenya’s athletic future is up in the air

The Court of Arbitration for Sport has decided in favor of “necessary discrimination”

The IAAF is worried about “losing the next generation of female athletes.” Here's a breakdown of both sides of the debate.

What’s worse than missing a world record by one-hundredth of a second?

If a pro runner gets hurt during competition, should meet organizers foot the bill?

‘The Runner’ features Charles Nkazamyampi​​​​​​​'s return to his home in Burundi to mentor kids in need of support

Jakob Ingebrigtsen became a “professional” runner as a child. Is that a recipe for future success?

After years of being the bad guy, athletics’ international governing body is in a unique position to defend what’s right.

U.S. women runners are on fire right now. Why are most of them coached by men?

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