Articles by Kristan Dietz

How To Start Running Again After A Short Break In Training

Sometimes life commitments cause us to miss a run—or weeks worth of runs.

Kilian Jornet Wins Hardrock 100 After Dislocating His Shoulder

Jornet completed 87 miles of the course with an injured shoulder and still managed to grab the victory.

5 Reasons Why You Should Run A Race Through Wine Country

The obvious reason—the wine! But there are so many other reasons as well.

Professional Runner Chased By Bears While On A Run In Maine

Moninda Marube encountered an unusual opponent on a trail in Maine. He had to outrun two black bears while on this training run.

How Many Weeks Do You Really Need To Train For A Marathon?

How many weeks do you really need to train for a marathon? Well that depends on if you're a beginner, intermediate or advanced runner.

61-Year-Old Pam Chapman Markle Looks To Set Record At Badwater 135

In her 2nd Badwater 135, Pam Chapman Markle is looking to improve upon her age-group race record from last year.

86-Year-Old Bill Thorn Continues His Peachtree Road Race Streak

Bill Thorn will be on the starting line for the 48th annual AJC Peachtree Roadrace 10K on July 4th—the only runner who has run every year.

Why Running Is Good for Addiction Recovery

Here are some things to consider before starting a plan.

5 Things To Watch At The USATF Outdoor Championships

The races, athletes and stories to watch out for when USATF Outdoor Championships start today. And how to watch all the action.

New Study Found Sexist Coverage Of Female Athletes Increased During 2016 Olympics

A study found that microaggresions against female athletes in the form of sexist or racist statements, increased during the 2016 Olympics.

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