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The two-time Olympian will be moving back to Boulder, Colo., on Jan. 1.
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4 Eating Habits That Reduce Injury Risk
Use these performance nutrition tips to stay healthy.
Are You Eating Too Much?
Indulging in “hedonic hunger” keeps many people from reaching a healthy weight—and many runners from reaching their racing weight.
Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide
Looking for something to buy for the runner in your life? Here are few options.
The Anchorman Goes Long: Interview With Will Ferrell
America’s funniest actor is an avid runner and three-time marathon finisher.
Photos: The North Face 50-Mile Championship
Awe-inspiring images from the Dec. 7 race through the Marin Headlands north of San Francisco.
Study: Softer Strides Mean Less Injuries
If you're prone to injuries, try shortening your stride and landing softer.
Double Your Fun: Should You Run Twice A Day?
Running doubles has many benefits, but it's not a practice for everyone.
Tempo Workouts The Hansons Way
Internalizing pace is one of the most difficult training components for runners to learn.
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