Articles by Mario Fraioli

Roll Recovery Offers To Reimburse Entry Fees For Olympic Trials Marathon Qualifiers

The Boulder-based company doesn't believe qualifiers should have to pay an entry fee to compete at the Olympic Trials.

Letter Reveals Chinese State-Sponsored Doping Program In 1990s

An unpublished letter by athletes from "Ma's Army" could have massive implications on many track and field records.

Resurgent Brett Gotcher Taking The Hard Road To U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon

Despite a series of setbacks, the 31-year-old, 2:10 marathoner believes he has what it takes to be in the mix.

Galen Rupp To Run U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon On Feb. 13

The 29-year-old will make his debut on American marathoning's biggest stage.

Workout of the Week: David Laney’s 5-4-3 Progression Run

This aerobic threshold workout can easily be modified for runners of various ability levels.

Interview: Ryan Hall On Retirement, His Career, Training and More

We caught up with the American half-marathon record holder after his recent retirement announcement.

Why Running a Half Marathon is a Huge Accomplishment

The half marathon had been the fastest growing race distance in the U.S. and here's why.

Ryan Hall Announces Retirement From Professional Running

The 33-year-old set the American record in the half marathon nine years ago this weekend.

New WADA Report Says Corruption ‘Embedded’ In IAAF

The 89-page report reveals evidence of more wrongdoing by IAAF leadership.

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