Our October issue's main story features none other than America's greatest and most recognizable marathoner Meb Keflezighi.
On Nov. 5, Meb Keflezighi will be saying farewell to his professional running career at the New York City Marathon.
Not only did he recover and lose weight—he did it all while deployed overseas.
China has denied the visa of 101-year-old masters runner Man Kaur, which means she cannot compete at the Asian Masters Championships.
A professional obstacle course racer and an ultrarunner share their best advice for injury prevention. Here are a couple tips.
This past Saturday and Sunday, over 20,000 runners from more than 50 countries took part Rock ‘n’ Roll Oasis Montreal race weekend.
The marathon distance never changes, but there are plenty of differences in races when you travel to an international marathon.
Recho Kosgei was leading the women's race at the Warsaw Marathon when she collapsed 800 meters from the finish and no one came to her aid.
A few toilet paper companies have tweeted out that they'll supply the "mad pooper" with toilet paper if she turns herself in.
One year after being hit by a truck, Dean Otto recovered from temporary paralysis and ran a half marathon with the driver and his doctor.