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Many Athletes Could Lose World Records Under New Guidelines

New rules proposed to the IAAF to combat doping in track and field could cause many world records set before 2005 to be reset.

2018 Boston Marathon Registration Dates Announced Today

The Boston Marathon's "rolling admission" style registration will open on Monday, Sept. 11, and give priority to the fastest qualifiers.

This Woman Has Run 157 Marathons (And She’s Not Done Yet)

Meet Heather Zeigler, who wanted to run 50 marathons by the time she turned 50 and exceeded her goal with 17 years to spare.

A Runner’s Guide To What Not To Do On Social Media

At some point, Facebook and Twitter became places to vent. Runners, read this before you post.

Gear We Love: April 2017

Our favorite spring gear from transitional throw-ons made for in-between weather to new shoe releases that put a little pep in our step.

Speed Development 101: Should Distance Runners Sprint?

Most runners have one big general goal: to race faster. So why do so few distance runners do speed workouts?

Chasing Adam: Racing History In A Malaysian Paradise

Columnist Adam Chase goes on a running adventure in Malaysia at the inaugural Chapman's Challenge, a 6.2-kilometer run-swim event.

Mizuno Releases Patriotic Limited Edition Shoe For Peachtree Road Race

The design for the Limited Edition Peachtree Wave Rider 20 was inspired by the tradition of the road race taking place on Independence Day.

Mary Keitany Breaks All-Women’s World Record At London Marathon

The 35-year-old Kenyan broke Paula Radcliffe's all-women's world record set in 2005 by 41 seconds.

American Elites Ready For London Marathon Debuts

Only two women, Kellyn Taylor and Laura Thweatt, will be representing the U.S. in the elite field at this Sunday's race.

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