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An Inside Look At How Salomon’s Customizable S/Lab ME:sh Shoes Are Built

We take you through the entire shoe building process, where runners can pick every aspect of Salomon's S/Lab ME:sh.

Your DNA Can Hold The Key To The Perfect Training Strategy

A new program is using your genetic makeup to help you unlock the training and nutrition plan that will work best for your body.

Three-Time Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein Joins Hansons-Brooks

Dathan Ritzenhein has joined the Hansons-Brooks Original Distance project and will be coached by Keith and Kevin Hanson.

The 2024 and 2028 Olympics are Heading to Paris and Los Angeles

It hasn't been decided which city will take what year yet, but it's likely Paris will host the 2024 Olympics, while L.A. takes on 2028.

The Lure Of The Wild And Remote Bears Ears National Monument

Located in Utah, lacing up and exploring the area by foot is the key to unlocking the magic of this remote undeveloped, precious wilderness.

U.S. Runners Are Getting Slower And Health May Be To Blame

A new study analyzed race results from1996 to 2016 and found that American runners of all distances are getting slower.

Drawings To Begin For 2018 Big Sur Marathon Entries

In late July and early August, runners have a chance to enter for entries to the iconic marathon in Big Sur in April 2018.

Lawsuit Between Lululemon And Under Armour Over Patent

Lululemon filed a lawsuit against Under Armour, specifically referencing the Eclipse/Shape Low Impact, On the Move and Printed Strappy bras.

adidas Partners With Female Artists To Design Shoes For Each State

Adidas commissioned female artists to design one-of-a-kind shoes representing each state for their BOOST the Nation collection.

Miles Are Coming—The Best Places To Run In Westeros

To mark the occasion of the new GOT season, we pick out some of our favorite potential running spots in Westeros.

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