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Despite Moving Away, Peggy Ridley’s Carlsbad 5000 Streak Keeps Going

She no longer lives near Carlsbad, but she's always there at the starting line.

Bib No. 100: Joe Harris Ready for Milestone Rock ‘n’ Roll Race

His first race came at the age of 54—and it was the start of something big.

Marathon Meb: Revisit Your Roots

It's important not to lose sight of the progress you've made in running.

Q&A: Steve Scott Talks the Mile, Carlsbad 5000 and Coaching

The track great shares his thoughts on a variety of topics.

Bonafide Hustler: Dylan Bowman Making Things Happen On The Trails

Hard work and a more structured training regimen are paying big dividends for the 28-year-old ultrarunner.

A Mother-of-Five’s Couch to Half Marathon Story

Run a half marathon? Kelli Stanley’s doubts and insecurities wracked her mind with countless reasons why covering 13.1 miles on foot

The World’s Most Famous Spring Marathons

These spring marathons have developed worldwide appeal.

Chamonix, France: The Culture of Hard-Core Trail Running

Chamonix, France, is ground zero for mountain running—and its vibe is spreading around the world.

New ‘Boston Strong’ Book Looks Back on 2013 Marathon

The new book chronicles the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and the aftermath.

Hood River, Oregon: A Perfect Pacific Northwest Getaway for Runners

It’s impossible to dread the hour-long journey between Portland to small-town Hood River, Ore. As the road gracefully follows the

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