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Dathan Ritzenhein Won’t Compete at U.S. Olympic Track Trials

Dathan Ritzenhein has been an American distance-running fixture at the Olympic Games, competing in the 10,000m in 2004 and 2012, and in the

Runner Attacked By Black Bear During Trail Marathon

During the Valles Caldera Runs Marathon this past weekend in New Mexico, a 53-year-old runner was attacked by a black bear at about mile

Your PR Could Earn You $250 at Tracksmith

This summer Tracksmith is motivating you to run your fastest time. The small startup running brand based out of Wellesley, Mass., founded

Ryan Hall is Retired, But He’s Not Done Running

The recently retired Hall talks about his future in running.

Happiness in Motion: Deena Kastor is Chasing New Challenges

Three-time U.S. Olympian and American marathon and half marathon record holder Deena Kastor says her life has been nothing but full since

Will the Adidas Boost Boston Games Change Track & Field As We Know It?

BOSTON, MA — When the adidas Boost Boston Games get underway this evening, the biggest race may not be at Dilboy Stadium in

Mother Breaks Record for Fastest Half Marathon Pushing a Stroller

It’s the year of fast stroller running. The Guinness World Record for fastest half marathon by a female pushing a stroller was broken

Seemingly Ageless Ed Whitlock, 85, Runs World-Record Mile Time

Ed Whitlock isn’t super-human, but he certainly defies his age. For the past 20 years or so, he’s been an inspiration to

Alisha Williams Puts Corporate Career on Hold for Run as a Pro

Alisha Williams might have never pursued her running career in earnest if it hadn’t been for Jim Carrey. “I never intended to become a

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