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Lopez Lomong Is No Longer ‘Lost’

The American runner shared his life story last week.

The Secrets To Mo Farah’s Success

A British newspaper hired biomechanics experts to study his recent changes.

Boulder Marathon Postponed Due To Flooding

Wildfires forced the cancellation of the 2010 edition of the race.

Shannon Rowbury To Be Coached By Alberto Salazar

The two-time Olympian will be moving to Portland, Oregon.

Got Cramps? Here’s How To Stop Them

Despite modern science, the true cause of exercise-induced cramps is not known.

USATF Partners With Team Red White & Blue

Volunteers from the veterans organization will be assisting at the .US National Road Championships.

Colm O’Connell Shares His Views On Doping

David Rudisha's coach says they are looking for an "extra edge."

First-Time Marathoner Offers 26 Training Tips

LaTasha Lewis says to start by committing fully to the race.

Running For Clarity Amid The Boulder Floods

Two runners tackle washed-out trails in search of their homes.

Deployed Soliders Running Akron Marathon In Kuwait

Three hundred members are taking part in the "shadow run."

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