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AlterG Treadmill: Not Just For Distance Runners

The revolutionary device, typically favored by distance runners, has found a new user: sprinter Sanya Richards-Ross.

Vision-Impaired Runner Keeps On Going

Rhonda Copeland started losing her vision in the 1990s.

Team USA Announced For BolderBOULDER

Olympic bronze medalist Deena Kastor is on the women's squad.

Vermont Marathon Runners Expect Ideal Weather

Race-day conditions should be perfect for racers.

Mountain Man: 5 Questions With Mike Wolfe

Extra time off and a new approach to strength training has Mike Wolfe fit and ready to race again.

Hopkinton Calls For More Runners In The Boston Marathon

Every year on the third Monday in April, residents of Hopkinton, Mass. have to deal with massive crowds and traffic tie-ups because it

Strong Field Slated To Run The Bowerman Mile

Olympic medalist Leo Manzano leads the charge for the Americans.

Man To Run Marathon After 30-Year Bet

He thinks he can pull it off.

Thousands To Run Boston’s Final Mile

The event is to show solidarity after the tragic bombings last month.

Denver Half-Marathon Course Was Too Short, Says Race Director

Last-minute scrambling led to the mistake, which many runners complained about after the race.

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