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Spartan Race Announces Triple Crown Series

The fast-growing race event announced today the formation of the 2014 Spartan Race Triple Crown, a three-race championship with more than

Rejuvenated Goucher Ready To Return To Racing

After two years of injuries and setbacks, Kara Goucher is ready to launch a comeback she hopes will take her to the Olympics.

Photos: Colorado’s Grand Traverse Mountain Run

Mid-August means summertime in the Rockies is at its fleeting apex. But that’s the best time of the year for running in

Photos: 2014 Falmouth Road Race

The 2014 Falmouth Road Race had 11,000 runners on hand, including a strong professional field. Here are photos from the festive day.

Change of Pace: Exclusive Interview With Chris Solinsky

The former American 10,000m record holder talks about getting into collegiate coaching, his own competitive goals and much more.

Frenchman DQ’d For Shirtless Stunt At European Championships

Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad won the men’s steeplechase title but was later stripped of his medal.

2015 Boston Marathon Field Set at 30,000 Runners

The field will be the third-largest in the 119-year history of the event.

Farah Runs To Second 10,000m European Title

British athletes win the men’s and women’s 10K titles at the meet.

The State Of Men’s Marathoning In The U.S.

Who will drape themselves in the American flag at the finish line of the 2016 Trials? At this point, it’s impossible to guess.

Chasing The American Dream From Oslo

Annie Bersagel is proving she is one of America’s top distance runners, albeit while living in Norway.

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