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Lindsey Hein: Successful Training Means Appreciating the Process

Two years ago I ran an 11-minute personal best time in the marathon. It was nine months after I birthed baby number one. Once I had my son

6 Ways to Carry Gels on Long Runs

A few ways to conveniently carry gels with you on long runs.

Running Tech Buzz: The Athlete’s Activity Tracker

As a workout tracker, fitness monitor and multisport training tool in one, Moov is a seriously versatile device. From its perch on the

Training Plan: 10 Weeks to a Faster 10K

Now’s the perfect time to start fine-tuning your fitness your annual Thanksgiving Turkey Trot or other favorite fall event.

Swiss Athlete Runs ‘5 Peaks in One Day’ Challenge in Remarkable Time

Andreas Steindl, a Swiss alpinist and adidas Outdoor athlete, recently did a remarkable bit of running. He ran more than 19 miles (30.66

Tips For Running A Beer Mile

Elite runners competing in this weekend's Beer Mile World Classic in San Francisco give insight on how to run a fast beer mile.

U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon Will Be Televised Live on NBC

It's the first time the men's and women's marathon will have live coverage.

Trail of the Week: Leadville Trail 100 Course

Get a closer look at the 100-mile journey Leadville runners go on.

Is Running Good For Weight Loss?

When people are asked why they run, an overwhelming majority cite the desire to lose weight. But is it really the best way to shed pounds?

Paula Radcliffe Wary On Publicly Releasing Blood Data

The marathon world-record holder says the data can be easily misunderstood and misinterpreted.

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