You Won’t Believe the Pace (and Patience) Needed to Set the Indoor Marathon World Record
This past weekend Malcolm Richards and Lindsey Scherf established new indoor marathon world records, in one of running’s most mentally brutal events.
Here’s What’s Wrong With New Research on Cardio vs. Weight Lifting
Beware of clickbait headlines around new research pinning cardio against strength training
Two Centenarians Steal the Show at USATF Masters Indoor Championships
Julia Hawkins and Orville Rogers may not have had a ton of competition, but their efforts are still incredible.
Ben True Is First American Man to Win NYC Half
He outkicked Dathan Ritzenhein while Buze Diriba took the women’s title.
Four Months After Being Hit By a Car, Houston-Area Runner Returns to Marathons With a Win
Calum Neff makes a remarkable recovery after fracturing his leg.
Pregnant Runners: It’s Okay to Keep Training Through the Summer
Based on current guidelines, moms-to-be are often left wondering whether they can still go out for a run in hot and humid conditions.
Boston Marathon Hopefuls Tune up in NYC on Sunday
A few U.S. contenders will test their fitness on a new NYC Half course that begins in Brooklyn.
Bombing Hero Carlos Arredondo to Run First Boston Marathon for Charity
Five years after the tragedy, the Bostonian will toe the line in Hopkinton.
Altra Footwear Brand Sold to Owners of North Face, Timberland
The Utah-based company was sold for an undisclosed amount to VF Corporation.
Trail Runners Find Abandoned Puppies on Barkley Marathons Course
The five pups were rescued and taken to animal shelter, where one was adopted and named Barkley.
Saucony Wants to Bring Its High-Tech Lab to Your Nearest Running Store
The shoe and apparel company is experimenting with ways to have its stride analysis system find you the perfect shoe.