Articles by Brian Metzler

Confident But Cautious, Sambu Ready for Marathon Debut

(c) 2016 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved. Used with permission. The conference room at the Chicago Hilton was noisy as reporters

Sweet Kicks: Fall 2016 Special Edition Running Shoes for Kona, Chicago and New York

Get your favorite pair of shoes in a limited edition print that pays homage to one of these three fall races.

How Long Should Your Longest Run Be for Marathon Training?

There are a lot of ways to vary your long run routine during marathon training.

Shoe Of The Week: Brooks Mazama

A true speed merchant intended for fast racing on the trails.

Legendary Run: Jim Walmsley Crushes Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim Running Record

The 26-year-old completed the 42-mile roundtrip in 5:55:20 on Oct. 4.

Beer & Running: Serving Up Running Shoes and Fresh Microbrews

A glance at the first two U.S. running shops that sell running gear and serve beer, too.

Beer & Running: Ghost Runners Brewing is in it for the Long Run

Ghost Runners Brewery has built a reputation for premium beers and a connection to a healthy, running-based active lifestyle.

Shoe Of The Week: New Balance Fresh Foam Gobi Trail

New Balance has put out great, lightweight trail shoes for a long time. But it’s also found a lot of crossover cred to some of its

Al Hernandez Running His 100th Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series Event in San Jose

In the early 1990s, Al Hernandez was a pretty fast runner, one who was consumed by the clock. He ran a 1:13 half marathon and 2:31

Colorado’s Golden Leaf Race Canceled, But Runners to Get 2nd Chance

What do you do if you’re a race director and bad weather is looming? It’s certainly a tough call, especially if you have 1,000

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