Articles by Mario Fraioli

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

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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.

2013 Boston Marathon Preview: Don’t Count Out The Americans

Can Shalane Flanagan become the first U.S. female to win since 1985?

Dejen Gebremeskel 3-peats At Carlsbad 5000

Geleta Burka wins a tight women's race in 15:26.

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