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Nadler Meets Olympic Trials Standard — Too Soon

He got the 'B' standard a month early.

Neil Diamond Writes Song Dedicated To Boston Bombings

72-year-old musician will release the song next Tuesday, ahead of the July 4 holiday.

Matt Tegenkamp To Make Marathon Debut In Chicago

The two-time Olympian ran his first long road race last September -- and won.

Inaugural Pittsburgh 10-Mile Race Unveiled

About 3,000 runners are expected in the race's first edition.

New United Race Series For NorCal Runners

The cities of Berkeley, San Jose and Marin will host races.

Running USA’s State Of The Sport

The industry continues to show massive growth.

Should Teen Star Mary Cain Turn Pro?

One of the most-promising American runners could stand to make a lot of money.

Increased Security Planned For Peachtree Race

Organizers are adding more restricted areas at the Atlanta event.

Utah Man Revived At Finish Line After Heart Attack

Carl Gallegos, 57, finished a half-marathon in 1:56 before collapsing when his heart stopped.

Makeshift Boston Memorial To Come Down

The Mayor made the decision after consulting with victims and family members.

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