Articles by Duncan Larkin

The Upside Of Downhill Training

Spend some time going down. Your legs will thank you.

5 Tips For Simplifying Your Running

Going for a run can sometimes get too complex, with GPS watches, heart rate monitors, and music taking over. Here’s how to simplify it.

Atkins, Winslow Win NYC Midnight Run

Amanda Winslow seized the lead early in Central Park and never looked back.

Big Turnaround For U.S. Middle-Distance Running

In just a decade, American runners are now winning major races.

10 Storylines To Watch At Nike XC Nationals

Fayetteville-Manlius has won the girls team title at NXN for seven straight years.

Killer Kilo Planned For Millrose Games

Four top middle-distance runners are gunning for the American 1K record.

New Prize Purse At Gasparilla Half

The pot is $30,000 spread across the top-five Americans.

Big Changes In Store For B.A.A. 5K

The race will take place two days before the Boston Marathon.

NASCAR Driver German Quiroga Ready To Rock Vegas

The 33-year-old will transition from the oval to the open roads on Sunday night at the Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas Marathon.

Mary Cain, 17, Turns Pro After Historic Season

The American standout will continue to be coached by Alberto Salazar.

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