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The latest news from the world of Running. Races, the pros, the winners and running shoes.

What’s Up With The Jogging Ban In Sierra Leone?

The local police have issued a ban on runners in groups citing criminal activity. But are runners really participating in criminal behavior?

Meet The Mother-Son Duo That Won Our Cover Athlete Contest

Whether she’s pushing her son in a racing chair or out on the trail solo, Cindy Spiva has a newfound love of running.

Meet The Inspiring Finalists From Our Cover Athlete Contest

Inspiration abounds from the runners who round out the top-10 picks for our cover contest. Read on for their personal stories.

Runners Mourn Olympian David Torrence’s Death At 31

On Monday morning, Olympian and American distance runner David Torrence was found dead in a swimming pool in Scottsdale, Ariz.

A Guide To Game Of Thrones Best (And Worst) Running Buddies

We offer some of the best and worst fictitious running partners you can chose from the Seven Kingdoms.

Strava Wants Athletes To Share Their Unfiltered Post-Workout Photos

Strava has launched a new campaign called Athletes Unfiltered in an effort to make social media seem more real.

World Champions To Watch At The New Balance 5th Avenue Mile

There will be four medalists and 17 finalists from August’s IAAF World Championships toeing the line at the 5th Avenue Mile.

New HOKA ONE ONE Video Series Celebrates Women Athletes

The 'Women Who Fly' campaign launched this week and hopes to inspire athletes around the world to use running to excel in life.

Emotional Film Follows Gabe Grunewald’s Track Season While Battling Cancer

A new documentary shows Gabe Grunewald's emotional track season as she tried to qualify for USA Championships while battling cancer.

Shalane Flanagan Upgraded To Silver Medal From 2008 Olympics

Shalane Flanagan has been upgraded to a silver medal for her performance in the 10,000 meters from the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

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