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Can an Athlete be Fit But Unhealthy?

A new paper published on May 26 in the scientific journal Sports Medicine takes a look at the topic of how athletes can be both fit and

Olympic Dreams Unfold on and off the Silver Screen for Alexi Pappas

"Tracktown" film set for initial showings on June 4 in Los Angeles and July 5 in Eugene, Ore.

Kara Goucher Won’t Run U.S. Olympic Trials, Focusing on Fall Marathon

She has not mentioned where she'll race yet, but Berlin and New York are both possibilities.

At 52, Colleen De Reuck Prepares for Grueling Comrades Marathon

(c) 2016 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved. Used with permission.  The Comrades Marathon is no stranger to Colleen De Reuck. The

New Made-in-Kenya Running Shoe Brand Launching via Kickstarter

A new running shoe brand called Enda is hoping to generate enough funds through a Kickstarter campaign to be able to manufacture shoes in

Chicago to Offer Free Community Running Races This Summer

The events aim to build communities and encourage active lifestyles through running.

Adidas Opening Shoe Factories Manned by Robots in Germany, U.S.

For decades, almost all running shoes produced in the world were made in factories in Southeast Asia. But adidas announced on May 24 that

New York Mini 10K to be “Mini Olympic Marathon” Preview

Desiree Linden among 18 Olympians competing before Rio.

What to Expect at the REI Outessa Summit for Women

A three-day weekend outdoor retreat, including trail running and other activities, wine, and making lifetime connections.

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