The latest news from the world of Running. Races, the pros, the winners and running shoes.
In her 2nd Badwater 135, Pam Chapman Markle is looking to improve upon her age-group race record from last year.
They have joined forces to create a program that is aimed at providing young runners with new and high-quality running shoes.
The 55-year-old father of professional runner Neely Spence Gracey just ran a mile in 4:55.7 for the 42nd consecutive year.
Bill Thorn will be on the starting line for the 48th annual AJC Peachtree Roadrace 10K on July 4th—the only runner who has run every year.
The Fourth of July is now the second most popular holiday among runners, ranking behind only Thanksgiving.
Runners raced on behalf of over 200 charity organizations to set a new fundraising record—a 12 percent increase—for the 121st edition.
Pete Kostelnick returns to ultra racing with plans to win Badwater 135 and the 24-Hour World Championships.
BOA is partnering with ASICS, New Balance and Under Armour to incorporate their dial lacing system into the brands' running shoes.
Andrea Abel had more than 100 race medals stolen from her while moving, in which 14 were replaced by the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series.
The Los Angeles-area location is no stranger to hosting elite events and was the site of the 1960 U.S. Olympic Team Trials—Track & Field.