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Discovering Los Angeles Street Art on the Run

BlacklistLA combines late-night running with urban art in the heart of Los Angeles.

Running 453 miles on Oregon’s Pacific Crest Trail in 8 Days for Charity

Three men attempt running 453 miles in a week along the Oregon's Pacific Crest Trail.

Can the Latest Sports Testing Tech Help You Become Faster?

Physiological tests are becoming more affordable, scientifically rigid and specialized for the citizen athlete. But what can a few tests

Ancestral Athletes: American Runners Chase Olympic Dreams for Other Countries

David Torrence vividly remembers sitting on his grandmother’s porch in the Reseda neighborhood of Los Angeles with his sister and

What Is The Fight Over Rule 40 and Why Should You Care?

Athletes are speaking out about the sponsorship injustices associated with competing at the Olympics.

The 1904 Olympic Marathon and the Early Days of Doping

Republished with permission of VeloPress from Spitting in the Soup: Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports by Mark Johnson. Read more

How Nike+ Run Clubs Appeal to “Non-Runners”

Part of a larger industry trend, Nike+ Run Clubs are making running fun, welcoming and appealing for new and novice runners.

New York City’s First Lady of Running

Jessica Zapotechne has been at the epicenter of NYC's run-crew scene for more than a decade and her latest project, Girls Run NYC, brings

How the District Running Collective Grew from a Birthday Celebration to a Weekly Run Club

Washington D.C.'s District Running Collective started an urban movement to promote culture, community and diversity through running and

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