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9 American Distance Runners To Watch At IAAF World Championships

Any of these talented runners could walk away with a medal at the World Championships.

Here’s How You Can Stay Fit When You Are Injured

If you are injured and worried about losing the fitness you've build up, use these smart strategies to keep up your running fitness.

Why You Shouldn’t Take A Nap Immediately Following A Run

It can be tempting to just crawl right into bed as soon as you've logged your miles, but there is a reason you should wait.

The Case For Going Gadget-Free On Your Runs

Why leaving your watch and headphones home could be the best thing for your training.

Galen Rupp To Prep For Chicago At Rock ‘n’ Roll Philadelphia

The three-time Olympian will be running the AACR Rock 'n' Roll Philadelphia on Sept. 17 as a tune-up race before his debut in Chicago.

How To Watch IAAF World Championships—And Why You Should

Here's your guide on how and where you can watch the 2017 IAAF World Championships, along with a few races you need to catch.

The Secret To Pairing Your Training Shoes And Racing Shoes

Just as you'd pair wine with cheese, you should be pairing your training and racing shoes; one for long mileage and one for speed work.

Puma Created Brand New Spikes For Usain Bolt’s Last Race Ever

Puma created the new Bolt Legacy Spike to commemorate Usain Bolt's last race ever at the IAAF World Championships in London.

The Top 6 Reasons Why Beginners Quit (And Why You Shouldn’t)

Starting a running program is tough. Here are six reasons why new runners tend to quit and what beginners can do to keep going.

Why Runners Need Spectators

Here are some of the top reasons why we need you, complete stranger, to cheer for us!

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