Articles by Mario Fraioli

Staff Blog: Why I Run

We all started running for different reasons, even if it's not the same reason we run now.

Boulder Running Company Joins Running Specialty Group

The iconic running store chain has a new set of owners for the first time in its history.

Bernard Koech Blitzes Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego

The 25-year-old Kenyan runs the fastest half-marathon ever on American soil.

Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego: Kastor Leads U.S. Women

The American running legend will run Sunday's half-marathon in southern California.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Race Week Training Tips For Marathon and Half-Marathon

Use these strategies to dial in your race-week routine!

Ultrarunner Faces Two-Year Doping Ban

Russian Natalia Volgina may be stripped of her Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon title.

Post-Boston Marathon Photos: Scenes From The City

RELATED – Boston Tragedy: How Runners Can Help

Peter Vigneron: Tell Them They’re Heroes

I can’t stop thinking about those people. And those strangers, who are heroes. I hope someone is able to tell them they’re heroes.

Mario Fraioli: The Marathon’s Melting Pot Of Emotions

The finish line area of a marathon welcomes all emotions. But not horror. It has no place inside or outside of those fences.

Racing Weight: The 8 Percent Rule

Racing Weight author Matt Fitzgerald says it's okay to gain a little weight--a little--in the off-season.

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