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Katie Morse: 6 Ways to Celebrate After the Chicago Marathon

You trained, you ran and you crossed the finish line—now it’s time to celebrate! Read on for some of the best ways to celebrate in

Jessica Hofheimer: Flex Your Mental Muscles With a Mantra

No matter how well you train your legs and your heart to run 26.2 miles, you can literally prevent yourself from having a good race if you

Trail of the Week: Sal Hollow Trail, Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave in Kentucky has beauty above-ground, too

Coach Culpepper: Evaluating a Race

Culpepper explains how evaluating a race, good or bad, helps us in training and future performances.

8 Race-Day Gear Upgrades

Be prepared for this fall's racing season with brand new gear.

Out There: The Beginning of the End

After years of pursuing pain in endurance sports, it's time for Susan Lacke's friend to seek comfort.

Ultrarunners Plan to Run From Chicago Marathon to New York City Marathon

The two will run more than 40 miles a day for three weeks.

The Physiological Differences Between Male and Female Runners

It's important to tailor nutrition, training and recovery to suit the needs of an athlete.

Brooklyn Welcomes the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

The inaugural race will have 17,500 runners.

Miki Suwa Gorman, Legendary Women’s Marathoner, Dies at 80

The women's marathon pioneer battled cancer for five years.

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