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From Broke Gambler to Director of a Running Nonprofit

Terence Gerchberg went from losing everything he owned to changing his life and others’ through running.

Coach Culpepper: Supplementing Running with Strength Training

Coach Culpepper says there are two key things to think about when making strength training a part of your overall routine.

Video: Lauren Fleshman—From Retiring to Rewiring

Lauren Fleshman has had an incredible running career, winning five NCAA titles while at Stanford and twice winning the U.S. championships

Shoe of the Week: Brooks Ghost 9

The Ghost is one of the premier neutral shoes in the high-mileage everyday trainer category, but it doesn’t come with an inflated price

Video: 86-Year-Old Sprinter Don Cheek is Fast and Inspiring

You’re bound to be inspired by this video from the Fresno Bee about 86-year-old Don Cheek of Clovis, Calif. Not only is he one the

Flashback: Watch Alan Webb’s 3:46.91 American Record in the Mile

On July 21, 2007, Alan Webb broke Steve Scott’s 25-year-old American record in the mile, running a 3:46.91 with help from a few

How Running Surfaces and Speed Influences Your Risk of Injury

Both speed and running surfaces play a part in causing injuries, but it's not what you might commonly think is creating the problem.

Speed Goggles: Alexi Pappas Makes New Running Video Series

Olympic-bound distance runner Alexi Pappas creates releases new five-part video series about the unique lives of runners.

U.S. Olympians to Compete in New TrackTown Summer Series Meet

Seventeen American track and field athletes going to the Rio Olympics will also be racing one another at the first TrackTown Summer Series.

Out There: Just Read the Damn Article

Susan Lacke looks at which running headlines are the most misleading and has a few suggestions herself.

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